Following is a list of states with dog parks. For those with more than 30 listings, or for more detailed information, see sources on the following page for a full listing.
Alabama: Auburn, Birmingham, Huntsville
Alaska: Auburn, Anchorage
Arizona: Amado, Avondale, Chandler, Flagstaff, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Kingman, Lake Lavau City, Mesa, Oro Valley, Payson, Phoenix, Prescott, Scottsdale, Show Low, Surprise, Tempe, Tucson
Arkansas: Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Jacksonville, Little Rock, Maumelle, North Little Rock, Rogers
California: Fifty-eight California counties have dog parks.
Colorado: More than 30 towns have dog parks.
Connecticut: Avon/Simsbury, Branford, Bristol, Easton, Essex, Fairfield, Granby, Greenwich, Weston, Groton, Handen, Milford, New Caanan, New Haven, Norwalk, Norwich, Ridgefield, Rowayton, Southbury, Southington, Westhaven, Weathersfield
Delaware: Bear, Lewes, Pike Creek, Wilmington
Florida: More than 60 towns offer dog parks.
Georgia: Acworth, Alpharetta, Athens, Atlanta, Cumming, Decatur, Dunwoody, Gainesville, Hampton, Lawrenceville, Macon, Marietta, Norcross, Peachtree City, Roswell, Savannah , Smyrna, Snellville, Stone Mountain, Tifton, Tybee Island
Hawaii: Honolulu and Oahu.
Idaho: Boise, Moscow, Salmon, Stateline
Illinois: More than 60 towns have dog parks.
Indiana: Bloomington, Crown Point, Elkhart, Fishers, Fort Wayne, Greenwood, Hammond, Highland, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Lawrence, Madison, Muncie, Terre Haute, Valparaiso, Westfield, Westville
Iowa: Bettendorf, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapid, Clinton, Davenport, Indianola, Iowa City, Marion, Runnells, Sioux City, Washington, West Des Moines
Kansas: Desoto, Emporia, Kansas City, Lawrence, Olathe, Overland Park, Salina, Topeka
Kentucky: Burlington, Covington, Fort Thomas, Frankfort, Kenton, Lexington, Louisville, Paris