Top 20 Dog Parks In America

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Top 20 Dog Parks

Number 20: Freedom Bark Dog Park, Medford, NJ
Large park that has lots of things to smell, see and do!

Number 19: Jackson Bark Park, Chicago, IL
Very cool street sign park.  Using old tires, street signs, and construction
material they turned this old tennis court into a very cool dog park.

Number 18: Viking County Dog Park, Stoughton, WI
Large fenced dog park with two large lakes, lots of ducks and chipmunks to hunt

Number 17: Alimagnet Dog Park, Burnsville, MN 
                Water, Water, Water

Number 16: Beau’s Beneful Dream Dog Park, Lancaster, PA
Very cool turf dog park with an automatic ball throwing tree, splash pad and
lots of comfy Adirondack chairs for the humans.

Number 15: Prairie Wolf Dog Park, Lake Forest, IL
This park is very large, with LOTS of water and woods and tons of smells.

Number 14: Lums Pond State Park, Bear,DE
We have a theme!  Dog parks that are large, with water and wooded areas make
our top list!!!  Make sure you click the links so you can see pictures from our
travels!

Number 13: Heritage Trails Dog Park, Columbus, OH
This is a really cool park with built in tunnels into the ground, a splash pad
area, and more agility to try out.

Number 12: Bloomington Dog Park, Bloomington MO
Large area with lake for swimming, and a swing for human comfort!

Number 11: James Island Dog Park, Charleston, SC
                  Water!

Number 10: Macon Co. Dog Park, Macon, GA
Very unique dog park, nice beautiful bridge with a babbling brook, agility area
& gazebo.

Number 9: Grindstone Nature Off Leash Area, Columbia, MO
                  This very cool park is a nature area that allows dogs to run off leash, following
the river leads you to some beautiful sights.

Number 8: Brommelsiek Dog Park, St. Louis, MI
                 Dog park with it all. Agility, lake for swimming, lots of shade and sitting for
humans.

Number 7: Minnehaha Dog Park, Minneapolis, MO
                 This park is made up of two areas, a normal dog park (on a hill) and then it
opens to a larger area near the river side.  It is perfect for the hikers!!!  Hike off
leash.

Number 6: Blue Springs Dog Park, Blue Springs, MO
This dog park has the triple threat.  It has agility equipment, water for swimming and a wood area for sniffing.  Its easy accessible, and is a great place to chill with your dog.

Number 5: Cahaba Beach Dog Park, Birimingham, AL
This is a private dog park, that anyone can join for a membership.  You can go
for a day, week, or year!  Your dog does go through a temperament test before
they can enter the dog park.  Cahaba is pretty cool, in its like a resort.  There are
signs to areas that make you think your in your own little dog town.  There is a
cute little (cold) tub-looks like a hot tub but is not hot because no dog likes that!
Cahaba knows how to make a dog park.

Number 4: Newtown Dream Dog Park, Johns Creek, GA 
One of our favorites, mainly turf dog park has a splash pad, bridge and tunnels.

Number 3: Battle Creek Off Leash Dog Park
                  What a park, its very very large, lots of lakes, tons of wooded area and hiking
trails.  You could spend all day here.

Number 2: Wags Park, Cincinnati, OH
                 Wags Park is another private dog park, where temperament tests are
mandatory.  Whats cool about WagsPark is there is paid staff that walk through
the park helping keep the piece.  Agility area, picnic area, man made lake, cash
bar, LARGE outside tv screen that shows movies and sports games.

Number 1: Concord Dog Park, Knoxville, TN
                Our NUMBER ONE dog park in America is Concord Dog Park.  This is presented
by Petsafe which houses their headquarters in Knoxville.  They outdid their
selves with this dog park.  It has it all, its compact, which allows you to sit and
relax if that is what you want, it has water access (with a dock), a hiking area.
Its the ideal dog park we believe.

 

We know there are some great dog parks out there, we’ve traveled to over 250 dog parks  and these are our top 20.

We’d love to hear your top dog parks you’ve traveled.

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