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Complete List of Dog Parks in Collin County
and Fun Things to Do with Your Furry Friend

Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Wylie

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Dog Parks, Allen

Canine Commons Dog Park


This off-leash, tree-shaded dog park is located in the Village of Allen, just north of Pet Smart. It features include Canine Kids at Canine Commons, an area for small dogs, as well as a large dog park open to dogs of all sizes. The park features water fountains for dogs and humans, benches and tables, and plenty of bag stations available for your use. Special feature: large trees, shading the entire park.
190 E. Stacy Road, Allen

Dog Parks, Frisco

Ruff Range Frisco Dog Park
Off-leash two-acre dog park divided into two sections, under 35 pounds and 36 pounds and more. Drinking fountains for pets and humans. Special feature: hills and trees, wide open spaces.
5335 4th Army Memorial Drive, Frisco

Dog Parks, McKinney

Dog Park at Bonnie Wenk Park
This is a beautiful two-acre, fenced, off-leash park, well-lit for night time play There are separate areas for large and small dogs, a shaded pavilion and human restrooms nearby. Special feature: a splash pad for dogs!
2996 Virginia Pkwy, McKinney

Dog Parks, Plano

Dog Park at Bonnie Wenk Park
Two-acre fenced in area with separate sections for large and small dogs. Shade shelters, watering stations for humans and dogs, and a rinse station near the parking lot. Special feature: a creek for water-loving dogs!
2601 Pleasant Valley Drive, Plano

Dog Parks, Richardson

Bush Central Barkway
This six-acre site is under and along the President George Bush Turnpike west of US 75 and is lit for night time dog play. Separate areas for large, small, and sedentary dogs. Shade structures, drinking fountains for canines and people, and people restrooms available.
3851 N. Central Expressway, Richardson

Movie Theatre for Dogs

K9 Cinemas
Yup, that's right, it's okay to bring your dog to this movie theatre--as long as he's up-to-date on his vaccinations and on a leash. You must review the rules and fill out a waiver before attending.
1192 Greenway Dr, Plano

Pet Events

Frisco RoughRiders Bark in the Park
Fans have the opportunity to bring their canine companion to the ballpark and also enjoy many other dog-related giveaways and activities!
7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco

Great Global Greyhound Walk
Annual dog-walking event that brings together greyhounds, lurchers, other sighthounds and their owners to raise awareness of the breeds and show the public just what wonderful pets they make.
801 E Spring Creek Parkway Plano (Oak Point Preserve)

Pet License Requirements

Each city sets its own ordinances and requirements for licensing your pet. Please check your city's website and search for "ordinance".

Barking or Aggressive Dogs and Pet Nuisance

In addition to checking your city ordinances for what to do about a barking, aggressive, or nuisance pets, check the governing documents for your homeowners association (HOA). (Your HOA management company may not be familiar with your documents, so it is best you check before calling to file a complaint.)

Updated June 29, 2019
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