Off-Leash Dog Parks

The City of Regina offers two year-round off-leash dog parks and five seasonal off-leash areas.

Year-round locations

These parks are dedicated for off-leash use all year long from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

Cathy Lauritsen Memorial Off-Leash Dog Park
2110 Forget Street

This park is partially fenced and bordered by Wascana Creek. Parking is available on-site or on 13th Avenue.

Ross Industrial Off-Leash Dog Park
624 Solomon Crescent

This park is fully fenced.
On-street parking is available.

Dog Map

Off-leash Dog Park Guidelines

  • Use at your own risk
  • Pick up dog waste immediately
  • Owners/handlers are responsible for any injuries or damages caused by their dog(s)
  • Owners/handlers must supervise and have voice control of their dog(s) at all times
  • Owners/handlers should be aware that this is a natural area and other wildlife may be present.
  • Dogs must have a current license and be vaccinated
  • Dogs and their humans only – no other pets allowed
  • Dogs must be at least four months old
  • Dogs must be leashed while entering and exiting the park
  • Dogs should not bark excessively
  • Dogs must not display any signs of aggressive behaviour
  • Non-sterilized female dogs in heat are prohibited from entering the park
  • Dangerous animals are prohibited in the park
  • Dispose of all litter in the garbage bin
  • Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult

The Regina Animal Bylaw 2009-44 applies to all off-leash areas.

You are responsible for your dog’s actions. Failure to obey could result in fines.