Dog Parks

Give your canine friend a little space to run around! Off-leash dog parks are great places to safely let your dog get the exercise that he or she needs.

Dog park users are reminded to read all posted signs and to pick-up after their dogs in order to maintain a clean area. No smoking allowed, and no children under the age of 12 are permitted inside the fenced area.

Knowledge Park Drive Dog Park

This two-acre, off-leash facility is completely fenced in and features separate areas for large and small dogs. Benches, garbage cans, clean-up bags, and water access provided.

Located at Scotiabank Park South next to the Grant•Harvey Centre, 600 Knowledge Park Dr.

Cityview Dog Park

Fredericton’s first off-leash Dog Park is a completely fenced-in facility on 3/4 of an acre, with a separate area for large and small dogs, and benches and garbage cans provided. Recent upgrades include the installation of a sun shelter (sponsored by the Main Street Veterinary Hospital) as well as dusk-to-dawn lighting.

Located on Cityview Avenue, off of Main Street on Fredericton’s Northside

Friends of Fredericton Dog Parks

The Friends of Fredericton Dog Parks is a community-based group working in partnership with the City of Fredericton. They believe that to be good canine citizens, dogs need off-leash time to exercise and to play with other dogs.