21 Dog Runs in Singapore Where Your Dog Can Run Free (2020)

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Dog runs are basically fenced up areas where dogs can run unleashed.

Walking your dog on a leash every day is needed, but sometimes, you also want a safe space for your dogs to run and socialise with other dog friends. Dog runs are where you can do that. In Singapore, we have a total of 21 dog runs peppered all around the island.

We have rounded them up in one nifty listicle right here for you. TL;DR? We’ve also prepared a map where you can use to see which one is the nearest to you as well (last section).


Contents 

  1. Dog parks in the East (8)
  2. Dog parks in the West (4)
  3. Dog parks in the North/Northeast (8)
  4. Dog parks in the South (1) 


Dog parks in the East 

1. Katong Park Dog Run

Katong Park Dog Run is one of the more well-known ones in Singapore. Besides a large fenced up area for your dog to socialise with other dogs, there is also a public toilet and a water point.

Despite its name, Katong Park is not within the vicinity of i12 Katong, but it is at Fort Road, the nearest MRT being Mountbatten.

The park is nicely connected to East Coast Parkway, which means that the beach is only around 15 minutes by foot. You could even go the other direction and walk to Gardens By The Bay in about 20 minutes.

As of 28 November 2019, a part of the dog run at Katong Park is closed as there are some PUB works ongoing. Katong Park Dog Run should be fully open by 30 June 2020.

Address: 59 Fort Road, S439105

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2. Koon Seng Park (Joo Chiat Dog Run)

Nestled in a small corner at the junction of Tembeling Road and Koon Seng Road is a small neighbourhood dog run that is quite popular among east-siders.

Small to medium sized dogs can really enjoy a good run here, and pawrents can also hit up famous food spots in the Joo Chiat area like Dunman Food Centre, Song Kee Fishball Noodle and Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata.

There’s not a lot of shade here and no water points, so we recommend that you go in the late afternoon to evening.

Address: Near the junction of Tembeling Road and Koon Seng road. Opposite 30 Koon Seng Road S426975

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3. Tampines Central Park Dog Run

The Tampines Central Park Dog Run is located right behind Our Tampines Hub. Unlike the newly minted integrated development, however, Tampines Central has been around for a much longer time. The Watermelon Playground and other cement playground structures are testament to that fact.

Here the dog run is smaller in size on flat ground. If you own a dog AND you play Pokemon, you’d also be happy to hear that the Tampines Central Park Dog Run is a great Pokemon Go raid spot.

Address: Tampines Central Park, near Block 856 Tampines Street 82, Singapore 520856

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4. Simpang Bedok (Jalan Pari Burong) Dog Run

The dog run at Simpang Bedok is definitely one of the smallest ones, but there are a few benches within the dog run, which is sufficient for your dog to tire itself out and you to rest.

It’s in the neighbourhood near Simpang Bedok, famed for good food options such as Selegie Soya Bean, Jln Tua Kong Mee Pok, Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh and a ton of seafood and grill houses.

Address: At the corner junction of Jalan Pari Burong and Upper Changi Road

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5. Bedok Town Park Dog Run

Near to Bedok Reservoir there is a small strip of park called Bedok Town Park and in this park, you’ll find a spacious dog run that’s surrounded by greenery.

It’s a quiet park, but there are also several fitness facilities dotted around this park. If you want to work up a sweat on a trip to the dog run, you can too.

If you walk down Bedok North Avenue 3, you will hit Bedok Reservoir, which can make for a nice waterfront walk.

Address: Bedok North Avenue 3

 

6. Mariam Way Changi

This is he most eastern dog run in Singapore, located along Loyang Avenue.

Mariam Way is actually a residential estate lined with landed houses. The dog run is quite cosy and due to its far flung location, it is frequented by easties who stay in Pasir Ris/Simei areas.

There’s a regular community who is really friendly. If you have children, you can also bring them to the sandy Mariam Way Playground next to the dog run.

Address: Mariam Way Playground, Mariam Way

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7. Interim Park Dog Run (Kembangan)

Unless you have googled it or you live in Kembangan, you probably will never know of this little quaint dog run.

This interim park just recently established some fences to make a cosy dog run. It’s quiet with sloped terrains, just a 5-minute walk from Kembangan MRT.

Address: Near 9 Jalan Enam, 486132

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8. Pasir Ris Dog Run (Next to Block 550)

Situated between Tampines Eco Green and Pasir Ris Town Park, it’s actually a great place to go jogging with your pooch.  You can end it with a free run for your dog here.

Some reviews mention that the fence is a little low, so if you have a large dog, you might want to pay extra attention.

Address: Near Blk 550 Pasir Ris Street 51

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Dog parks in the West 

9. West Coast Dog Run

The East may have the most number of dog runs, but the west has the biggest — West Coast Dog Run.

There are free water points, sheltered tables and a dog wash machine. Yes, it is what it sounds like, you put your dog there and the machine will spew shampoo and water for you to wash down your dog.

Address: 1 West Coast Park, 127711

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10. Clementi Woods Dog Run

The Clementi Woods Dog Run is a small cosy one that is situated mostly on a sloped terrain.

It’s actually behind West Coast Plaza and you can access the dog park from the mall by a bridge near Blk 613 Clementi West.

It’s usually quiet on the weekdays, but during the weekends, it could get crowded.

Address: Clementi Woods Park, West Coast Rd, near Kent Vale Block F

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11. Jurong Lake Gardens Dog Run

The newly refurbished Jurong Lake Gardens Dog Run is a beautiful place to relax and hang out thanks to a large water body.

The dog run here is incredibly spacious at 2,200 sqm with grass mounds to serve as natural challenges.

Address: 104 Yuan Ching Road, S618665

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12. Sunny Heights Dog Park (Turf Club)

Sunny Heights operates a swimming pool and a dog park with mini obstacles. It’s not open to all dogs, however. The dog park is only for their own daycare doggies.

Address: 110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000

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Dog parks in North/Northeast part of Singapore

13. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park Dog Run

Bishan Park is a large green area and its dog run is well-known by most dog owners. The precise location of the dog park is opposite Ang Mo Kio ActiveSG Swimming Complex.

Within the park, there is a McDonald’s and restaurant Canopy Garden Dining.

There are 2 pens, one larger one for large dogs to sprint and run, and a smaller one for small-sized dogs.

Address: Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, opposite Ang Mo Kio swimming complex

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14. Teck Ghee Neighbourhood Park Dog Run

Dog owners living in Ang Mo Kio are lucky. If Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park’s dog run gets crowded and chaotic, they can go to another dog run a little up north at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10.

Surrounded by HDB blocks, the Teck Ghee Neighbourhood Park Dog Run is a small-sized one that is probably better suited for small to medium sized dogs.

Address: Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10

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15. Our Space, Tai Gin Road (Balestier)

Our Space at Tai Gin is at Balestier. It used to be barren plot under Toa Payoh South Flyover but the government has created a community space with a dog run park and 2 multi-purpose hard-floor courts.

So you can imagine that it’s pretty small, but it has benches and water points. The space is also frequently used as a venue for pet-related events.

Address: 16 Tai Gin Rd

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16. Potong Pasir Avenue 1 Dog Run

Potong Pasir Avenue 1 Dog Run is very spacious with well-maintained grass patches.

Humans like the many footpaths that criss cross the dog park so that it is safe for them and they won’t step on poop landmines that inconsiderate owners leave behind.

There is a water point and several benches.

Address: Potong Pasir Avenue 1

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17. K9 Park at NEX

On the rooftop of NEX shopping centre at Level 4R is an obstacle course dog park. There’s a special elevator for dogs to access the park, and there is also a Pet Lovers Centre in the mall in case you need to pick up any supplies.

Address: Level 4R #04-03 & #04-71, NEX mall, 23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083

Opening hours:  10.30AM – 10.30PM daily

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18. Yishun Avenue 11

The Yishun Avenue 11 dog run is iconic for its triangle shaped space. It’s situated within a mini jungle and there are many other facilities such as a playground, jogging trails.

The dog run is opposite Adora Green flats and faces Yishun Pond.

Address: Yishun Avenue 11, S761347. Opposite Adora Green Block 348B

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19. Sembawang Park Dog Run

Sembawang Park’s Dog Run is the second biggest in Singapore (can you still remember which is the biggest?).

It’s next to a ship-themed playground and has a sloped terrain. There are water points and washrooms nearby.

Address: Sembawang Park, Sembawang Road (Near the Ship Playground)

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20. Punggol Park Dog Park

There’s a small dog run at Punggol Park that has recently been opened up. While it states “Punggol Park”, it’s actually nearer to Hougang than it is to Waterway Point, so it’s really great for dog pawrents who live in the general Northeast Area.

After your workout, you can also head to Five &2 for some food and drinks.

Address: Punggol Park, Hougang Ave 10, Singapore 538768

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Dog parks in the South  

21. Tiong Bahru Sit Wah Dog Run

One of the more centrally located dog run near the city centre is Tiong Bahru’s Sit Wah Dog Run.

There’s lots of shade throughout the day and after you’ve tired out your dog babies, you can go over to have a cup of coffee at Tiong Bahru’s famed cafes.

Address: 3A Sit Wah Road (behind Block 82 Tiong Poh Road).

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Just want to go to a dog run nearest to you?

We’ve put together a map just for you: https://goo.gl/maps/fSaRtZtFPmkDmMh66

 

Which dog run is your favourite? Share with us in the comments below! 

If there are any inaccuracies in this article, email us at [email protected] so we can correct them immediately. 

 

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