Las Vegas isn’t just for gamblers. It’s surprisingly dog-friendly, too! From urban playgrounds to high desert wilderness, we’ve rounded up the best parks to visit in Las Vegas with your dog.
Click on the parks in the map below for more info on the parks, and scroll down for Instagram photos of each park!
Top Dog Parks in Las Vegas
- Woofter Family Park
- Clark County Dog Fancier’s Park
- Sunset Dog Park
- Barkin Basin
- Kellog Zaher Dog Park
1. Woofter Family Park
1600 Rock Springs Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89128
- Large park with lots of room to roam
- Separate areas for large and small dogs
- Remember to bring your own water and poop bags!
2. Clark County Dog Fancier’s Park
5800 E. Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89122
- Five fully-enclosed areas, four of which are reserveable for training and agility practice
- Each area has a water source. Bring a bowl!
- Open 24 hours, with lights staying on until 11pm. Great option for nighttime exercise when the desert heat is too much during the day!
3. Sunset Dog Park
- Located inside a huge public park with playgrounds, lawns, a small lake for boating, and more
- Fenced-in dog park has two huge areas (one dedicated to large dogs and one dedicated to small dogs)
- Can get crowded! Aim for early morning or later evening hours if your dog needs more space.
4. Barkin Basin Park
7351 W Alexander Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89129
- 7.75 acres of doggy recreation
- Three separate fenced spaces for dogs of all sizes and energy levels
- Water fountains for dogs and humans alike
- Plenty of shady seating
5. Kellogg Zaher Dog Park
7901 W Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89128
- Two sizable spaces for large and small dogs
- Plenty of poop bags (but it never hurts to bring your own)
- Nice group of locals make for a friendly, social atmosphere
Ready to hit the strip in Vegas, but need someone to look after your dog? Hire a local sitter or dog walker to help exercise your pooch while you’re out on the town.