Dog Friendly Brighton & Hove Parks

Brighton has some brilliant green spaces and parks for you and your dog.

Here are a few of Bone Idol's favourites!

Withdean Park

Bordered to the north and east by beautiful woodland, Withdean Park is a large green space with fabulous views of the South Downs and parking availability nearby.

Preston Park

Preston Park is the largest park in the city centre. Alongside your dog walk, whether you want to take part in sports or sit and enjoy a picnic on a summer’s day, Preston Park is the perfect place to go.

Hove Park

Dog Walking is very popular in Hove Park . The park features a mix of large areas of open grass, mature trees, flower beds and recreational facilities including a miniature railway and cafe.

St Ann's Well Gardens

St Ann's Well Gardens is 5 minutes from Hove seafront and is a real treat for the tree-lover. There is a wide range of native and exotic trees giving the gardens their unique character and providing shelter and tranquillity for wildlife and a dog friendly cafe within the park.

Queens Park

Set in a sheltered valley, Queens Park is perfect if you want to take a short stroll and relax with your dog. There is a wildlife garden planted by a local herbalist and a pond at its centre.

Blakers Park

Blakers Park is a well-loved and well-used community space in the Fiveways area of Brighton. Whilst a smaller in size it has a large number of features including a small friendly café, tennis courts and a recently renovated playground.

Hollingbury Park & Wood

Placed along the Ditchling Road, Hollingbury Park has a large green area and woodland walkway for those who enjoy dog walks in a country setting. There is also a large playground with picnic tables with gorgeous views.

South Downs National Park

From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breathtaking views and hidden gems. Beautiful farmland, ancient woodlands and lowland heaths & picture perfect villages make this perfect for a beautiful dog walk.

Stoneham Park

Stoneham Park features a children’s playground, sporting facilities and a community run café. The TalkShop support centre is also based in the park and provides the local area with an important community resource for pet parents and dog walkers.

Wild Park

Wild Park is Brighton & Hove's largest Local Nature Reserve and has extensive woodland walks and spectacular views over the city, which make for a perfect dog walk. Wild Park borders the Southdowns National Park, which you can read about above.

Stanmer Park

With its beautiful woodland walks and extensive open lands, Stanmer is just as perfect for a dog walk, picnic, kick about with your friends or a bracing walk over the Downs.