Information on:

Bark Park Dog Park

Prospect Ridge Road

- Fully fenced in dog playing area

- Supported by ROAR (Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue)

- Separate areas for small dogs and all dogs

- Water, benches, and built-in toys



Reviews

Eva Henneberg

Rating:
Saturday, June 23, 2018
This is a great place to visit - for dogs and humans! Two, large fenced in areas. One for small dogs and the other for large. (If your small dog is an escape artist, keep a watchful eye for freshly made, "liberation holes," which periodically appear.) While most human visitors try to be conscientious about cleaning up after their dogs, needless to say, not all are. However, there are always plastic bags and trash cans readily available to help you out. There are a total of three taps for cool water and water bowls. (For canines only.) Every time I've gone to the park there have been tennis balls a-plenty and other toys as well. Lots of free parking available. Benches are scattered about and 1/2 of them are in the shade. For the humans there us a portable toilet, but it is a bit if a walk. Since the park is a wide, open area - there is almost always a mild breeze. Nice in the warmer months. Not as nice in the cooler ones. For those who like to walk in the dog park, there's lots of grassy area for critters and a brick path for their humans. Enjoy!

Melanie Turza

Rating:
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
This is such a nice dog park for locals in the area! It's very clean, and all the people and dogs are very friendly. There are 4 fenced in areas for the dogs to play in. There are water bowls, leash holders, and benches for both the owners' and pets' comfort.

Rick Pereira

Rating:
Sunday, March 4, 2018
You can park here for the morning HARTransit buses to Katonah.

Leigh Ann Hunter

Rating:
Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017
Great park but my 51/2 lb Pomeranian can get under the gate.

Wessel Boshoff

Rating:
Thursday, Sep. 7, 2017
Large separate fenced off areas for different sized dogs. A great place to meet friendly fellow dog owners.

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