The 8 Best Dog Parks in Fort Worth

Written by Jeremiah Wright
Published: May 27, 2022
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Whether you’re living in Fort Worth or you’ve stopped here for a few days, we’re sure you’re looking for the perfect place to take your dog! No worries, we’ve done the hard work and made a list of the 8 best dog parks in Fort Worth, Texas. Your dog will have enough space to run around as much as it wants, will find plenty of new furry friends, and, later on, will thank you for the amazing days spent outdoors!

1. Fort Woof Dog Park

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Fort Woof Dog Park is the first park established in Fort Worth where dogs can have fun off-leash.

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Fort Woof Dog Park
Location751 Beach St., Fort Worth, TX 76111
Hours5 AM-11:30 PM
PriceFree

Fort Woof Dog Park is the first park established in Fort Worth where dogs can have fun off-leash. It features two large enclosed areas – one for bigger dogs and the other for smaller dogs. So if you have a small breed, you can rest assured that it will be safe and sound.

There are also picnic tables, but the park does not allow visitors to bring any kind of food. They are just for taking a break or chatting with other dog owners. Both humans and dogs can get water from the watering station on site. You don’t have to bring plastic bags with you, as there are lots of them at the several poop-disposal facilities. 

2. ZBonz Dog Park

Zbonz Dog Park
Location6950 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116
Hours5 AM-11:30 PM, closed on Mondays
PriceFree

This is another perfect fun location for both large and small dog breeds! Zbonz Dog Park has two separate areas for dogs depending on their size, two shelters, water fountains, and agility items. Imagine having 10 acres of open space for your dog to run around, play, and socialize with other dogs. A dream! Also, this is one of the most popular dog parks in Fort Worth!

Make sure you don’t plan your visit on a Monday since this day is reserved for maintenance. Sometimes the park is closed after rainfall as well. Moreover, we recommend checking the park rules here to ensure you and your dog meet the requirements. 

3. Bark Park at First Flight

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Bark Park is a fenced space measuring around 3,200 square feet and is located inside First Flight Park.

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Bark Park at First Flight
Location2700 Mercedes Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107
HoursOpen 24 hours
PriceFree

Bark Park is a fenced space measuring around 3,200 square feet and is located inside First Flight Park. One important thing to note is that this park is only suitable for small dog breeds or puppies because there’s not enough space for larger breeds. The park is recommended only for dogs weighing no more than 20 pounds.

There is no entrance fee, but all pets must be licensed and vaccinated for rabies. When entering and leaving the park, you must keep your pet leashed. There’s a lot of noise around entry and exit points, including other pets, so your furry companion might get startled and run away.

4. North Z Boaz Park

North Z Boaz Dog Park
Location3200 Lackland Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76116
Hours6 AM–9 PM
PriceFree

North Z Boaz Dog Park is a 10-acre area where your puppy will have the best time of its life! There are swimming holes, obstacle courses, and lots of buddies to exchange experiences with! 

You’ll have a great time since the park is located on a former golf course site. Why? Because you’ll be able to go for some quiet walks on the natural trails the area offers, enjoying the nature and the scenery. These trails take you through beautiful hills and grasslands. So if you’re planning to get a day off from the city and reconnect with nature, North Z Boaz Dog Park will not disappoint you!

5. Golden Triangle Dog Park

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Golden Triangle Dog Park has two separate enclosed areas for small and large dogs.

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Golden Triangle dog Park
Location1929 Golden Heights Rd #1300, Fort Worth, TX 76177
Hours6 AM-10 PM
Pricefree

Just like other dog parks in Fort Worth. Golden Triangle Dog Park has two separate enclosed areas for small and large dogs. It is near Golden Triangle Business Park and Paddock Place Office Suites and features benches for dog owners and water fountains for their furry friends. 

There’s plenty of room for your dog to run around, so we’re sure it will thank you for a day full of fun! 

6. Calhoun Dog Park

Calhoun Dog Park
Location405 E Annie St, Fort Worth – TX 76104
Hours5 AM – 11:30 PM
Pricefree

Calhoun Dog Park is located near the South Main Area within Calhoun Park. Since there are few dog parks in this area, your dog will appreciate you taking it to Calhoun Dog Park! It’s worth mentioning that there’s no separate space for small dogs, so if you’re worried, keep an eye on your puppy. 

We recommend bringing toys and water along, as there aren’t any. Still, we’re sure this little urban park will make for a well-spent evening!

7. Trinity Park

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You can bring your pet to Trinity Park on a leash and enjoy the beautiful natural walking trails.

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Trinity Park
Location2401 University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Hours5 AM-11:30 PM
PriceFree

Although it’s not a designated dog park, Trinity Park is dog friendly. You can bring your pet on a leash and enjoy the beautiful natural walking trails. It has designated picnic areas where you can meet other dog owners and enjoy an evening together. Moreover, the benches are located in the most beautiful spots, so you can take a break from walking and enjoy nature’s beauty!

One important thing to consider is to keep an eye on your furry friend, as you may stumble upon wild animals, such as raccoons

8. MUTTS Canine Cantina

MUTTS Canine Cantina
Location5317 Clearfork Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76109
HoursMonday – Friday: 3 PM – 10 PM Saturday and Sunday: 11 AM – 10 PM

Now, this is a feast for your dog! A restaurant where you can take your furry friend along – isn’t that a dream? There are two parks where you can let your pet off-leash! Eating, running along, socializing, playing fetch, enjoying their time with their furry friends and family – that’s all your companion will delight in! 

You’ll also have the most incredible time, especially if you take other friends with you! Besides this, you can regularly check the park’s official website so that you don’t miss any events for you and your puppy!


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