A Few Of Cape Town’s Best Dog Parks

Summer time will soon be upon us and with that comes beautiful sunny days. Why not take your dog to a few new spots they haven’t encountered before. Dog parks are a great way to socialise your dog with other pooches and they love to have outings, so why not take them to one of these pawsome doggy hot spots.

De Waal Park, Oranjezicht

With a fantastic Victorian fountain at the entrance, there’s plenty of fun to be had in this park and whats more, there’s tons of trees for your four-legged friends to pee on too. Located in the heart of the City, this park is a delight to be in and known to be a place where dogs, owners and children can happily interact. Dogs have to be under the supervision of their owners at all times.


Green Point Urban Park

Situated right by the stadium, this little piece of green within the built up urban area, known as Green Point, is a real leafy gem. It showcases a beautifully curated garden, home to over 25,000 indigenous plants, shrubs, trees and ground covers. You’ll find soft green grass and shady settings, just the perfect setting to hang out with your furry friends.

Newlands Forest

Want to walk in the woods? Located on the east slopes of Table Mountain, Newlands Forest is a little piece of heaven, well loved by the locals. Owned and operated by Table Mountain National Parks, there are loads of nooks and crannies to explore with your furry guys. There are lots of walking trails to discover and one could get lost in the beautiful forest surroundings. Dogs are welcome, however they need to have a My Activity Level 1 Permit to gain entrance.


Alphen Trail, Constantia Green Belt

The Alphen Trail is one of the most popular walks. You can walk alongside the Diep River and towards the Constantiaberg Mountain. There’s tons of bridges, trees and lush grass for your pooch to explore.  A beautiful walk.


Noordhoek Common

Situated in the heart of leafy Noordhoek, is the common. A popular walking choice for pooches and their servants. Lots of trees and water to explore. It can get very muddy, but that just adds to the fun. Horses also share this land, so be sure your dog is okay with them.


Wooftastic news…After a wonderful walk in the woods, you can relax knowing that your car seats are protected by our pawsome blankets.


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