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Dog Areas in Lexington, KY

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Known as the dog park with the nicest amenities of any dog park in Lexington, Masterson Station Dog Park makes every other park in the city put its tail between its legs. This 24-hour, admission-free dog park provides doggie booties at the gate and is a sought-after destination for a variety of dog-themed events. Masterson Station Dog Park also has several benches, shade trees, a water fountain, a porta-potty, and swings to make sure both dogs and their owners have a fun and comfortable time.

If you’re looking for a dog park that’s not quite as crowded as Master Station tends to be, consider Coldstream Dog Park on McGrathiana Parkway. Open from sunrise to sunset, this 12-acre dog park is admission-free and divided into three sections. One section is for large breeds, another section is for small breeds and puppies, and the remaining section is left un-mowed so dogs can pretend they’re hunting in the brush. Coldstream Dog Park has two benches, a porta-potty, and bags to pick up doggie waste.

Located on Iron Works Parkway, Kentucky Horse Park is Kentucky’s largest state-owned tourist attraction. Enjoy seeing different horse breeds working, playing, and competing all in one convenient location. Pets are invited to partake on the adventure as long as they are in their carriers or on their leashes, but they are not allowed in the museums or the restaurant. The park is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and costs $8 per child and $16 per adult.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lexington, KY

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    Population Density 364/sq mi

    #1 East Lexington


    Home to one of the best dog parks in the area, East Lexington is nothing short of picturesque. It is in East Lexington that you will find the Masterson Station Dog Park. This huge dog park has plenty of areas where your dog can run and play. It is also a very pawpular park, making it an ideal place for your dog to socialize and make new furry friends. In addition, the park has plenty of amenities for dogs and their owners. There is no shortage of of shade, water and places to sit. You will definitely have a pawtastic time at the Masterson Station Dog Park!

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    Population Density 4,325/sq mi

    #2 North Lexington


    Although Central Lexington does not have any dog parks, there are still parks where you can spend time with your dog. Head to McConnell Springs where you will find one of the most beautiful parks in Kentucky. McConnell Springs is nothing short of exquisite. It has plenty of beautiful natural views, trees and flowers. Many Lexington residents frequent this park on weekend mornings where they often see other animals such as deer. Unfortunately, this is not an off-leash park so you will have to take a leash while you walk around the park. You are guaranteed to have a pawsome time!

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    Population Density 3,234/sq mi

    #3 Central Lexington


    Central Lexington is home to not one, but two locations where you can take your dog. First, head to the Legacy Trail. This no-frills location is one of the best places to take your dog for a walk or run. This park is basically a long, beautiful and scenic trail where you and your dog can get plenty of exercise. After that, head to the Botanical Gardens of Kentucky, also called the University of Kentucky Arboretum. Unlike other botanical gardens in other cities, the Kentucky Botanical Gardens allow dogs on leashes to explore. This makes it the pawfect place to walk your dog. Trust us, you will have a furtastic time with your dog at the botanical gardens.

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    Population Density 3,234/sq mi

    #4 South Lexington


    South Lexington is home to one of the best dog parks in all of Kentucky: Wellington Dog Park. This park has more than enough of room for dogs to play, run and relax. The park is divided into zones: one for big dogs and the other for small dogs. It also has plenty of seating for doggie owners so you can relax, read a book or enjoy some snacks while your most loyal companion makes some new furry friends. When you’re done at Wellington Dog Park, head to Kirklevington Park. This is not an off-leash park but it is a wonderfur place to walk your dog.

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    Population Density 866/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Lexington


    Sometimes all you need is a no-nonsense dog park. Southwest Lexington is home to Jacobson Dog Park. It is an extremely impressive dog park with two gigantic areas: one for small dogs and one for big dogs. Furthermore, the park is very well-maintained and the lush green grass is always kept manicured. The park also has lots of places for pet owners to sit and relax. Your dog will not be the only one that will make friends at the Jacobson Dog Park. Lastly, feel free to leave the leash at home as you will not need it at Jacobson Dog Park!

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