The park is currently: CLOSED 
How does someone get banned?

How does someone get banned?

The CDA is not responsible for banning people from the Park. The park is on town land, and as such, falls under the jurisdiction of the town management. In order for the town to ban a dog/owner from the park, there must typically be a record of multiple incidents.

How do I report someone?

How do I report someone?

If a dog in the park is acting aggressively or dangerously toward humans or other dogs, or a human in the park is being belligerent, acting dangerously or breaking the rules (even after a reminder/request or two) - this can and should be escalated to the Chelmsford Police by calling (978) 256-0754.

What is the surface at the Chelmsford Dog Park?

What is the surface at the Chelmsford Dog Park?

The primary surface is grass. There is an asphalt path around the main area and the small dog area and there is also a mulch-covered hill in the main area.

Why Grass?

Why Grass?

This question gets asked quite frequently. The biggest concern that people seem to have is that grass requires upkeep (mowing, occasional replanting, etc) While this is true, the choice of ground cover was considered very carefully and was chosen after a significant amount of research.

Are there Age Restrictions?

Are there Age Restrictions?

Yes, the dog park has age restrictions on both dogs and humans. Puppies under the age of 4 months are not allowed in the park. Human children under the age of 6 are not allowed in the park.

Where is the Park?

Where is the Park?

The Chelmsford Dog Park is located at 52 Richardson Road, North Chelmsford, MA 01863

Rules & Regulations

Rules & Regulations

Rules and Regulations for Chelmsford Dog Park

What can I do?

What can I do?

We depend on individuals to volunteer and donate. We have many needs, and opportunities. Anything you can do is greatly appreciated! Contact us, either in person at the park, or via one of the contact forms in the menu above.

Dog Park Etiquette

Dog Park Etiquette

We all want the dog park to be the fun time for our dogs. A little understanding of dog behavior and an alert eye is all it takes for good dog interaction. A little personal responsibility for the park is all it takes for the park to stay nice and clean.