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35610 89th St
Twin Lakes, WI, US 53181
(262) 857-1869
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Warren Close Bark Park at KD Park Overview
Hours: Daily 7:00am - 10:00pm
Cost: See description
This park is 1 of 3 Kenosha County Dog parks. Please visit the website for additional locations and information. All fees are used to maintain and improve the dog parks. A daily fee of $2 for Kenosha County residents and $5 for non-residents can be paid at each dog park. Daily fee envelopes and collection boxes can be found at the entrance of each dog park; visitors are expected to keep a tear-off tab from the envelope on their person while using the dog parks. Yearly Dog tags are also available: $20 for Kenosha County residents (anyone owning property and paying taxes in Kenosha County is considered a resident) $25 for non-residents $10 for seniors 60 and older and disabled individuals who are residents of Kenosha For homes with multiple dogs, there is an additional $5 for per dog, up to three dogs per applicant. There is a $5 replacement fee for misplaced dog tags. Upon purchase, a dog tag will be issued that should be worn on the dog?s collar while in the dog parks.
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Warren Close Bark Park at KD Park in Twin Lakes, WI, US has an average rating of 3.5 based on 2 member reviews.
Great park for big and small dogs
MJ in Richmond
Clean park where owners are responsible and friendly. I have 3 large dogs who LOVE coming here. The separate areas for large and small dogs is perfect. The hill makes for more exercise for my active girls.
huge huge bark park
cee lindsay in mineral city, ohio
We spotted this dog park after a long day of driving. An Oasis! It is basically an empty field on a hill, with a poop bag dispenser and a small shelterhouse up the hill. A very old or handicapped person would have a hard time climbing up there. No trees or other shade, no water fountain or anything. No restrooms. The park at first glance seems huge. At the crest of the hill you see it is twice the size! The small dog park next to it is just as big. $5 a rather steep price.
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