Exercise is a fantastic way to show your dog you care, but why not mix in a little class, socialization and fun too. These dog parks were built precisely for that. Take a look and let us know what you think!
1. Millie Bush Bark Park, Houston, Texas – This park features 13 acres,and takes fun to the next level for your pet. It features three ponds (two for big dogs, one for puppies), It also has many washing stations for after-fun clean-up, so you won’t need to leave with a smelly wet pet. There are lots of shady areas, benches, scattered trees, and water fountains. The park is open seven days a week from dusk until dawn.
2. Beneful Dream Park, Alabaster, Alabama – The park of your dog’s dreams. This awesome dog park features splash pads, miniature football field, a walking course, off-leash play areas for a variety of sizes, and synthetic turf. This recently-opened dog dream features the best of dog entertainment. The rubberized mulch path, shady areas, and senior dog hill for lounging and chilling are so amazing, your pup will never want to leave.
3. Fort Woof, Forth Worth, Texas – Five beautiful acres, hydrants galore, and obstacles and agility equipment. Fort Woof has two large fenced areas for dogs to roam, a “large dog” side for dogs 40 pounds and more and a “small dog” side for dogs weighing less than 40 pounds. Each has picnic tables for human socialization and park benches, a watering station for both humans and dogs, and multiple poop-disposal locations, each with a supply of plastic bags. This is surely a drool-worthy destination for your dog.
4. Dog Wood Park, Jacksonville, Florida – Here, dogs can enjoy 42 impressive acres and even walk around Barkham woods, which are located within Dog Wood park. The woods include over 10 miles of trails, and a fantastic, two-acre swimming lake that the dogs go crazy for. The park also includes an agility course, puppy playschool, obedience and agility training opportunities, and self-serve dog bathing facilities. It’s apparent that any dog would have a fantastic time here.
5. Pilgrim Bark Park, Provincetown, Massachusetts – This cool park can also be described as the most “artistic” dog park. Featuring a section for dogs under 25 pounds and a section for all dogs in general, the artsy town’s influence is seen all over in the parks structures, sculptures, and benches spread throughout this beautiful acre of land. Provincetown is noted for being extremely pet-friendly, as even some of the restaurants in town allow dogs. Now you can take your dog to dinner after he plays.
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