Being a pet sitter and dog walker gives me a reason to celebrate every day. Part of my job is to make pets happy and they kindly return the favor! A great place to see happy dogs is the dog park (when everyone is behaving). One thing Gwinnett has plenty of is dog parks. If you follow the rules and keep an eye on your dog, what a fun place they can be! I’ve composed a list of the off leash dog parks that I know of. If I miss any, feel free to leave them in the comments and I’ll add to them.

Off Leash Dog Parks in Gwinnett:

Chattapoochee Dog Park at Rogers Bridge Park: Duluth: This looks like a cool park, and I’ll be checking it out soon! From what I’m reading, there are two off leash dog areas, a spacious big dog area and a smaller little dog area. There are water features like splash pads and water fountains in each area, but they don’t always work, so (as always), make sure to bring water and a bowl. The park is kept very clean and the people and dogs are friendly. There are several grassy areas around the dog park and also walk in access to the Chattahoochee River. 4291 Rogers Bridge Rd, Duluth, GA 30097

Graves Park Dog Park: Norcross: I’ve never been to this park, but it gets some pretty mixed reviews. It’s not my favorite part of Gwinnett, so I doubt I’ll be checking it out. From what I can find online, there are 3 fenced in off leash areas. Could be a nice park! Let me know if you have any details on this one! 1540 Graves Rd, Norcross, GA 30093

Lenora Church Park Dog Park: It’s been a long time since I’ve been to this park, but I do remember the big dog area was very open, but had little shade. My dog loved playing some ball in there. We were there in the early afternoon and there were only about 4 other dogs there. There is a nice 1.5 mile walking path and it’s a lovely park! 4515 Lenora Church Rd, Snellville, GA 30039

Pinckneyville Park Dog Park: Norcross: I’ve been to this park several times and in my experience, it’s been hit or miss. I’ve seen aggressive dogs who probably shouldn’t have been there on some days, and other days it was smooth playing and sniffing. What I like about this park is how huge the big dog side is! This park gets good reviews online, so maybe I just got unlucky a few times. There are some nice walking paths here. 4758 S Old Peachtree Rd, Norcross, GA 30071

Rabbit Hill Park: Dacula: Rabbit Hill is a beautiful park. The two dog park areas are open and large. The big dog area has gotten a bit rowdy for my dogs, but I’ve seen the dogs who can take it having a great time! This park also has a really nice 1.5 mile walking path. 400 Rabbit Hill Road, Dacula 30019

Ronald Reagan Park: Lawrenceville: I really like this park and go there pretty frequently. My dogs are old and just want to pee on things, so I go at non-peak hours. They have 3 large fenced areas and are always improving drainage and upkeep. It also has a nice, mostly wooded .75 walking path. 2777 Five Forks Trickum Road, Lawrenceville 30044

Settles Bridge Dog Park: Suwanee: Settles Bridge has a nice, big dog park and the few people I’ve come across and their dogs have been friendly and courteous. This park is pretty darn big and has a ton of trails. One is paved and then there are 7 blazed unpaved trails. 380 Johnson Rd, Suwanee, GA 30024

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Valerie Hahn

Valerie Hahn

Professional pet sitter and animal lover in Lawrenceville, GA. I live with my dog, Gizmo and my cat, Buffy. I love and respect all animals.
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