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Central Bark Dog Park

2222 West Warrior Trail

Central Bark, the first dog park in Grand Prairie, features three exercise areas designated for dogs. Each of the fenced areas - one for small dogs, one for large dogs and one reserved for rotating to preserve the turf - include shade structures with benches and water fountains for both the dogs and people. A sidewalk runs from the 40-space parking lot to the dog park entrance, and accessible paving extends into each of the off-leash areas. The fenced areas are accessed through a one-way gate system to prevent accidental passage of dogs from one area to another. Landscape, including trees, turf, sandstone boulders and adaptive grasses create natural, unmowed zones within each off-leash area.

This dog park is dedicated to honor those thousands of dogs and dog handlers that have served and given their lives for America in times of war and peace.


alina zarate

Sunday, July 22, 2018
Good space for dogs. Very open and had a couple of toys for the dogs. Has bags and water.


Friday, Feb. 9, 2018
There was dog poop all over because apparently every dog owner either can’t read or has no common sense when it comes to cleaning up after their dog or dogs. Not to mention when I brought my dog in the other dogs were to aggressive for her and kept pinning her to the ground or running her over and It clearly states no aggressive animals. Yet the owners just sat there and did nothing. But water was provided for all the dogs that was nice. People need to quit spending so much time bullshitting with each other specially the old people that going there I have nothing better to do and play with their dogs and keep a better ion their dogs and Stan letting their dogs being mean to other people‘s dogs.

David Robledo

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Big and spacious for dogs to roam. It is sectionalized to separate the big dogs from the little dogs, as well as for the more rambunctious dogs.

Ryan Santorum

Saturday, March 24, 2018
We love taking our dog here and he loves coming even more. All the other dog owners are friendly and respectful. Great community, great people, great dogs.

Dwayne Cockerham

Sunday, March 4, 2018
This park could be VERY nice, but unfortunately it’s not maintained. It requires ALL dog owners to pick up after their own dog or for people bringing their dogs to bring it to other owners attention to pick up after their dog(s) *Even though it SHOULD be common sense* This place also needs to be treated for ants. I’m seeing tons of ant piles and I would hate for anyone or their dogs to be bitten!

Central Bark Dog Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media