Falmouth Dog Park

257 Brick Kiln Road Falmouth, MA Phone: 508-331-2929

This off-leash park is completely fenced, with a large area for all dogs, a separate fenced area for dogs who need a “time out” or to get acclimated to the surroundings and a third fenced area for small dogs. It has two water fountains for the dogs and one for humans, useable except during the winter months. The park is open to everyone, residents and visitors. Email: falmouthdogpark@gmail.com.
Hours: Dawn to 8 p.m.
Fresh Pond Dog Park

On Route 134 South, between traffic lights at Upper County Road and Route 28 South Dennis, MA Phone:

This addition to Dennis’s dog-friendly recreational areas boasts two fenced enclosures, a fresh water swimming area for dogs, and a walking trail through the woods. All dogs are required to be under immediate voice control of a responsible owner or keeper.
Pilgrim Bark Park - Provincetown, MA
Pilgrim Bark Park and Provincetown Beaches

Route 6 and Shank Painter Road Provincetown, MA, 02657 Phone: 508-487-1212

Hours: Dawn to dusk.
This park is on an acre of land enclosed with a tall fence and double entry gates. There are separate sections for larger and smaller dogs. Parking and main entrance access are from Route 6 headed east.
Dog Rules: Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated and wear tags on their collars at all times. Dogs must be spayed or neutered.
Prohibited: Dogs less than 4 months old; sick dogs; food, drink, glass containers, and smoking
People Rules: Be present with your dog at all times in the park. Clean up after your dog. Limit of 3 dogs per person. Keep your dogs leashed until you are in the dog park. Repair any holes your dog digs. Children under age 16 must be supervised by an adult.
Provincetown allows dogs on its beaches from Memorial Day to November 1 off-leash from 6-9 a.m. and from 6 p.m.-6 a.m. Dogs are allowed on the beaches on-leash at all times.