Louisville is a haven for dog lovers.

Pet Wants supply store in J-Town.

Louisville’s area dog parks are managed by the Louisville Dog Run Association. Search for parks in your area.
(502) 876-9416
Top Dog Parks:
The “Barklands” of Floyds Fork 
This off-leash dog park is adjacent to the Egg Lawn in Beckley Creek Park and open to members of the Louisville Dog Run Association.
1411 Beckley Creek Pkwy, Louisville
(502) 584-0350
Cherokee Park
Cochran Hill Dog Run is a dog-friendly, members-only park located within Cherokee Park. You may also walk your pup on the Scenic Loop, but don’t forget to bring water!
745 Cochran Hill Road
(502) 424-7181
E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
Sawyer State Park is a 554-acre oasis offering rolling fields and some of the finest indoor/outdoor recreation facilities in Kentucky, including a dog park.
3000 Freys Hill Rd, Louisville
(502) 429-7270
Club K9 Dog Park Bar
An entertainment venue featuring a temperature-controlled, off-leash dog park.
9316 Taylorsville Rd
(502) 653-7834
PG&J’s Dog Park Bar
This indoor/outdoor off-leash dog park is a great time for both owner and dog.
800 Baxter Avenue
(502) 385-8147
Third Turn Oldham Gardens
Third Turn Brewery in Crestwood is a beautiful garden featuring local brews and music. Four-legged companions are always welcome.
6300 Old Lagrange Road
(502) 482-3373
Dog Days at the Park
Louisville Slugger Field has designated “Dog Days” that encourages baseball fans to bring their pooches, with proceeds benefitting the Kentucky Humane Society.
401 E Main Street
Kentucky Humane Society’s Waggin’ Tail on the Waterfront –
More than 1,500 animal lovers and dogs will attend this annual festival, featuring live music, food trucks, pop-up bars, vendors, adoptable pups, games and more. Proceeds benefit homeless cats, dogs and horses in our community.
Waterfront Park’s Festival Plaza
231 Witherspoon Street

LOCAL TIP: A lot of local pools host a doggie swim day, before they drain the pool at the end of summer.