Amity Dog Park
General InformationNampa's Amity Dog Park provides a safe place for people and their dogs to exercise and socialize. The six-acre park opened in 2009 and offers off-leash play areas for dogs of all sizes. Separate areas are available for large and small or older dogs.
Amity Dog Park presents the perfect occasion for people and dogs to interact with others. Handlers and their dogs will enjoy this fully-fenced park with its expansive grassy areas, walking trails, and a swimming pond for dogs.
The park provides ample space for dogs to run around and expend built up energy. While the dogs play, owners will have the opportunity to meet new people and build friendships with others who share common interests. At the Amity Dog Park, you and your dog will have fun and stay fit together! You may also want to visit Huckleberry Dog Park
- Drinking Fountains (for Dogs and Humans)
- Open Play Areas
- Shade Shelters
- Separate Small/Senior Dog Area
- Swimming Pond for Dogs
- Walking Trails
Official Dog Park Rules
For the safety of all, park visitors must comply with the posted rules (PDF). Following these rules will benefit all park users.
The success of the dog park is directly related to the efforts of all park users. While using the park, please remember to:
- Have fun
- Leave the park cleaner than you found it
- Respect other patrons
- Watch your dog
Support the Park
Thank you to the generous individuals and businesses that participate in the Nampa Dog Park volunteer and fundraising efforts! Our dog parks would not exist without your contributions.
The City of Nampa provided the initial financial capital to construct Amity Dog Park, while businesses and private citizens have contributed their time and creativity to fund-raise in support of this project. We need your help to maintain and continue to improve Nampa's Amity Dog Park. You can make a donation here.
Annual Pooch Party Stroll and SplashLast Saturday in August
Food Truck Rally Goes to the DogsSaturday closest to St. Patrick's Day
Contact UsTo report facility issues or learn about volunteer or sponsorship opportunities, email Nampa Parks and Recreation or call 208-468-5858.
For animal-related incidents that affect the use of this facility call Animal Control at 208-465-2257.
Check Out Huckleberry Dog Park