Welcome to our guide to the best places for dogs in or near Campbelltown, Adelaide.
Campbelltown dogs get one of the best dog parks in Adelaide, excellent river walks, and an enormous off leash park at Felixstow Reserve, plus two popular pet food suppliers.
Dog Parks in the Region
Four Paws Park
Campbelltown City Council’s only dog park is one of the most popular among our clients.
Denis Morrissey Park is on the corner of Montacute & St Bernards Roads, behind the petrol station at Hectorville. Entry to the car park is off St Bernards Road.
The Dog Park is a good size, well-fenced, and has a variety of dog exercise equipment, a dog drinking fountain and benches for seating set among the landscape of Fourth Creek. There are also public toilets and a children’s playground.
Bentley Reserve Dog Playground
Access via Aurama St or Bentley Drive, Holden Hill
This dog park is an impressive development with two fully fenced areas: one for small dogs and puppies and one for large/ adult dogs. Double gates add security, and the large/all dog area has a large mound. Both areas are of good size for running.
Shelters, seating, footpaths and dual use drink fountains are also provided.
Local Off-leash areas
Felixstow reserve is a huge flat grassed area bordering Riverside Drive and Langman Grove. The whole area is designated off-leash but the other side of the walking path close to the river is not included.
Adelaide Dog Parks
The Campbelltown section of the River Torrens Linear Path is always a great dog walk. There are kilometres of trail here, which also join up with the reserves detailed above.
Where To Buy Dog Bones
Campbelltown Centre Meat (butcher)
Campbelltown Shopping Centre, 610 Lower N E Rd
Pet Cafe Campbelltown (frozen marrowbones)
617-621 Lower North East Rd
See our full list of where to buy bones in Adelaide here.
Dog Registration and local councils
Campbelltown is within the Campbelltown City Council www.campbelltown.sa.gov.au. Campbelltown vet care is available at Walkerville Vet.
To get to us, drive to North East Road either via Portrush or Darley Road and turn left towards the city. Once you pass us on the right after Hampstead Road, find a suitable u-turn. Getting back is even simpler.