Bucks County Dog Parks
Bucks County is home to a handful of fun, friendly and inviting dog parks for you and your dog to enjoy. Check out the list below to find your nearest dog park!
The Bucks County Off-Leash Dog Area at Core Creek Park
Tollgate Road Entrance of Core Creek Park
To apply for an access card, you must go to the park office, located at 901 E. Bridgetown Pike, Langhorne, PA 19047. The dog area at Core Creek Park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and is open from 7am to sunset, 7 days a week. All dogs are required to have a valid license and current rabies shots. Click here for the full list of rules & regulations.
Doylestown Dog Park
Almshouse Road between 611 & Turk Rd.
The Doylestown Dog Park was a 3.5 year process that was started and completed by a volunteer group of community members. They designed, raised funds and built the park, which is now run by Doylestown Township. The township is always looks for new volunteers who are interested in getting involved.
Morrisville Dog Park
Intersection of South Delmorr and East Philadelphia Avenues
The Friends of Morrisville Dog Park has two areas, one for small dogs that are 35lbs and under, as well as an area for large dogs that are 36 pounds and up. The park is open daily, from dawn until dusk. The FMDP is free of charge and relies on the support from local business and area residents.
Perkasie Dog Park
Tom Bancroft Field in Lenape Park
555 Constitution Ave.
The Perkasie Dog Park is approximately one acre of fenced-in land, divided into two sections. There is a small dog section for dogs 30 pounds and under, as well as a larger section for dogs of any size. The park also features dog fountains to keep your pet hydrated and happy.
Warminster Township Bark Park
Warminster Community Park
300 Veterans Way
The Warminster Township Bark Park is a fenced-in, off-leash dog park for all dogs to enjoy. If you’d like to become a member of the park you are required to attend one FREE workshop. The workshop is there to provide information to the member about their responsibilities.