Anderson Parks

Kellogg Park Dog Field: Info

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Dogs must have a current permit to enter the dog field.  Click here for more information.

The Kellogg Park Dog Field is a fun place to meet new friends, socialize your dog(s) with other dogs, and exercise, all in a secured setting. This 4-acre, off leash facility includes an entrance access system, fencing, a frost-free dog drinking fountain, and now features a beautiful new mural from the talented ArtWorks artists. Come see for yourself!


Dog Field Mural Dedication
November 10, 2012, ArtWorks and the Anderson Township Park District invited the Dog Field users and their dogs for the mural dedication.

Lead Artist Elizabeth Hatchett worked with Teaching Artist, Laura McNeel, and a team of eight ArtWorks Apprentice Artists to create this colorful tribute to the furry friends that frequent the dog field!

Help to support the Dog Field!
Click here for brick, bench orders, or for general donations.

6701 Kellogg Avenue (In the back of the park) Cincinnati, Ohio 45230

The Dog Field is open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year, excluding special events.

Since there may be times when we need to close the Dog Field for unforeseen reasons, please call the Park Hotline number 513.357.6629 ext. 2 before going to the Field.  If there is no mention of the Dog Field's status on the Hotline, the Dog Field is open. 

Approximately 4 acres

Opening Date
August 14, 2004 

In January 2003, a committee of interested citizens asked the Board of Park Commissioners for an area where they could recreate off-leash with their pets.

The committee agreed to raise the funds since development and maintenance funds were not in the district’s budget. The ATPD agreed to dedicate a portion of Kellogg Park along with ATPD expertise, labor, equipment and management skills to organize the combined efforts of staff and volunteers. After many fundraisers, the Dog Field opened less than two years after the committee first petitioned the ATPD. The Dog Field at Kellogg Park has used no capital funding. Everything has been funded through the efforts of the volunteer citizen committee.

This 4 acre pooch playground features an area for all-sized dogs and another designed for small pooches. A pavestone walkway leads to a gated transfer paddock which allows for a safe exit and entrance point. An 8 foot fence surrounds a large, open space for running and a natural grove filled will tall trees. There is plenty of room to run and there are places to relax in the shade or on the benches scattered throughout the Field. Water is currently available in a nearby concession/restroom building and at a fountain along the path leading to the Field.