6794 Webster St
Dayton, OH, US
Dayton, OH, US
Montgomery County Bark Park Overview
Hours: Dawn to dusk.Recently expanded, the Montgomery County Bark Park is an easy to find park with several acres of fenced exercise areas and plenty of water on site. Right next door to Animal Resource Center. Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated.
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Average Rating:Montgomery County Bark Park in Dayton, OH, US has an average rating of 4.4 based on 9 member reviews.
Amber in Beavercreek
This park is amazing. great group of people. nice walking path for you and your dogs. lots of acreage
Rover in Ohio
I haven't been here yet but from the looks of the reviews were going soon.
HELEN HOKE in DAYTON
We take our Dog on Sundays and he loves it. There has been some 'bad dogs' and not caring masters but they are few and far between. It's a really nice place.
Lots of Room to Run
Kirk in Vandalia
My labs love the Bark Park, nice mix of dogs, very large paved walking path, and well maintained.
Carin in Jackson, Mi
I love taking my dog here...alot of room to run. Always good "dog people" to chat with . Always experienced well behaved dogs....Well kept. You will not be disappointed
Ashley in Dayton
My dogs love this place!
The Moots in Dayton
We love this park, go often and have a great time. The paths can be steep, and because it was a landfill there is a lack of shade tress, but we make due with it as the people there have been the best around.
Patty in Cleveland
The park is on a hill so it is a good work out for us too!!!!!! We visit every time we pass through Dayton.
Please curb your dog
Amy in Dayton
The big hill closed on November 11th (for the season). This was our first time. There is an agility area separate from another dog park space. There were four other people there when we arrived. They were nice. Their dogs were nice. I walked around the perimeter and noticed a ton of feces (old and new). The grass around the benches by the entrance is gone, so it can get muddy. My dog laid by my feet. She's a Newf, so when she got up, I noticed she had dog poop on her coat. I was livid. I rinsed her off at the fountain. The fountain is outside of the fenced area, which makes it tricky if there are other dogs at the fountain to (hard to not get leashes tangled). Thankfully, it wasn't a busy day and I managed to rinse her off. The only reason I didn't get it one bone was because the people we met were nice and their dogs, too.