It’s going to be a great weekend to get out and explore Dayton and it’s many area parks. Get your best friend in on the action too and check out these highly rated Miami Valley dog parks!
Sandhill Dog Park
Happy National Dog Day! 🐾🐶
Did you know we have a Dog Park in Fairborn? Well if you didn’t, now you do! The Dog Park…
Fairborn’s Sandhill Dog Park, or the ‘Wag Pad’ as it’s also known, is a recent addition over the past few years to the Miami Valley. With a fenced off area suitable for both small and large dogs, it’s certainly worth checking out with your pup.
Huber Heights Dog Park
Huber Heights Dog Park, also called Kitty Hawk / Menlo Park, is a great stop to bring your furry friend. Featuring amenities like walking tracks, benches, and water, this dog park located on Sabra Avenue is a hit with residents.
Creager Field Dog Park
At the intersection of Shafor Boulevard and Irving Avenue sits the City of Oakwood’s Creager Field Dog Park. A fun spot for little and big dogs alike, this park features an agility course sure to tire out even the most energized of dogs.
Montgomery County Bark Park
The Montgomery County Bark Park is located at 6794 Webster Street in Dayton, Ohio. It is 10 acres of land that is open to the public. All dogs entering the Bark Park must display a current year’s dog license. The Bark Park is open from dawn until dusk and it is right behind the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center. Visit www.mcohio.org/animalshelter for more information.
Posted by Montgomery County Animal Resource Center on Friday, August 2, 2013
Have you checked out the Bark Park? At over six acres large, this is a fantastic dog park to bring your dog with current dog license which is required to use the park. Open from dawn to dusk, this park also includes canine agility equipment for your adventured four-legged friend.