Dog parks

Lexington is home to six great dog parks.

Locations

Coldstream Park
*temporarily closed 

1850 Pisacano Drive

  • 12 acres divided into two paddocks
  • Separate paddock for small dogs
  • Water hydrant available
  • Benches

 

Jacobson Park
4001 Athens-Boonesboro Road

  • 8 acres divided into two paddocks
  • Shaded areas
  • Water hydrant available
  • Benches

 

Masterson Station Park
3051 Leestown Road

  • 13.5 acres divided into two paddocks
  • Shaded areas with mature trees
  • Water hydrant available in each paddock
  • Benches

 

Phoenix Park
100 E Main Street

  • .1 acres in central downtown location (*dog pad, not a dog park)
  • Pilot urban dog park in cooperation with Anderson Communities

 

Pleasant Ridge Park
1350 Pleasant Ridge Park

  • .5 acres (*dog pad, not a dog park)
  • Water is available at the shelter/restroom building adjacent to the parking lot

 

Wellington Park
565 Wellington Way

  • 7 acres divided into two paddocks
  • Shaded areas with mature trees
  • Water hydrant available outside the dog park

      Rules for dog park use

      • Owners are legally responsible for the actions of their dog(s).
      • Dog waste must be cleaned up by owners.
      • “Off-leash” does not mean unsupervised. Owners must be within the park and within view of their dog(s) at all times.
      • Aggressive dogs must be leashed and removed immediately. Dog owners must have a leash available at all times.
      • All children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
      • Small children must be kept under strict supervision by an adult.
      • Dogs must be leashed while entering and exiting the dog park.
      • Female dogs in heat are prohibited.
      • Owners must fill any holes dogs dig.
      • All dogs must have proof of appropriate licensing and vaccinations.
      • Please do not bring food for yourself or your dog inside the dog park.
      • ALL DOG OWNERS THAT FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THESE RULES CAN BE ASKED TO LEAVE BY PARKS PERSONNEL OR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.

      Note: If you observe aggressive dog behavior or have animal care concerns, please call Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control at (859) 255-9033 during their normal business hours, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Please leave a voice message for after-hours questions. 

      Visit www.lfacc.org for additional information on animal care and control in Fayette County.

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