Lexington Paw Park
The Town of Lexington Paw Park is the newest quality of life feature and the first dedicated to our four-legged friends. The 3-acre park will provide dogs and their owners a wonderful atmosphere to play, socialize and interact.
Rules and Regulations
The Town of Lexington Dog Park is the newest quality of life feature and the first dedicated to our four-legged friends. The 3-acre park will provide dogs and their owners a wonderful atmosphere to play, socialize and interact.
-- ONLY spayed and neutered dogs allowed on park grounds - Must provide documentation
-- ALL dogs must be current on rabies and other vaccines as required by law - Must provide documentation
-- ALL dogs must be supervised at all times. DO NOT leave your dog unattended at the park.
-- Owners are 100% responsible for the actions of their dogs.
-- Aggressive dogs are NOT allowed inside the park. If your dog starts to act aggressively towards others, you must remove the dog from the park.
-- ONLY registered dogs and their owners (18+) are permitted within the park. Children 10 and under are NOT allowed inside the park.
-- Puppies less than 4 months of age are not allowed in the park for their own protection.
-- Do not leave the dog park gates open. Watch for other dogs entering and leaving the park so that none can run away.
-- Inside the park, dogs must be off leash but under voice control.
-- Inside the park, all dogs will have a collar with the appropriate tags (rabies, park entrance etc.).
-- ONLY training treats allowed inside the park. NO human food allowed.
-- Do not bring a sick dog to the park.
-- Outside the park, all dogs must be on a leash.
-- Dogs are not allowed to chase people.
-- Shoes must be worn by humans while on park grounds.
-- No glass containers on park grounds.
-- No smoking on park grounds.
-- Do not touch or feed a dog that does not belong to you without first asking permission from its owner.
-- Do not allow your dog to mount another dog even in play.
-- No digging is allowed and any damage must be rectified by the owner.
-- Owners are responsible for disposal of their dog's waste - PLEASE use the receptacles provided
-- Each dog is required to be registered - 3 dogs per household (maximum)
just started bringing our Frenchie, he had a great time with well mannered dogs and their owners.
My dogs have a great time every time they go to the Paw Park! Lots of space to run and great toys to play with.
Nice dog park but ITS PRIVATE. You need a fob to get in. This should be mentioned here before people spend time driving there, piling animals out of the car, just to get to the gate and are locked out
Ample space and good fun for dogs (and humans!). Great place to provide more excercise and socialization for your pooches, and there's even physical and mental stimulation with toys and basic agility equipment. So far, I've been satisfied.
Visited from out of town over Christmas, stayed in a hotel with our pups and after finding the dog park, thought this would be a great way to get the pups out of the room to play for a bit. Didn't know until after we got there that you had to be registered to use the parking ( it's on the VERY bottom of the website and with the holidays obviously the proper facilities to contact were closed). To top it all off, the only sidewalk to walk to pups is marked "No Pets beyond this point" because it goes right through the soccer fields. Great way of making out of state/out of town guests feel the real southername style welcome. P.s most of the dog parks we've gone to out of town require cash deposits for out of town guests if anything at all and a signed release that can be placed in a box at the park...