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Happy Tails Dog Park

Happy Tails Dog Park is located within Kohl Memorial Park in Lower Paxton Township. The dog park is built on almost two acres and features two separate pet areas for larger and smaller dogs. The park is surrounded by 5-ft. fencing with double-gate entrances for the safety of your dogs. It's a great spot for dog owners to meet and allow their pets to play and socialize with other dogs. Park rules are posted and must be adhered to at all times.
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BringFido Guest Rating

Happy Tails Dog Park has received a rating of 2.4 out of 5 bones by 7 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Alexa
    Jul. 26, 2020
    Travelers Beware

    The reviews aren’t kidding! We are only in town a few days to visit Hershey so we figured any dog park will do. We’ve never had poor experiences at home or while traveling before.

    Our very first visit on our very first day we had an aggressive dog (it was a pit mix but I fully attribute the aggression to the owner) come at our two lab mixes. My bigger dog actually had to protect his sister from the other dog while the owner stood idly by. Mind you it was only our two dogs and the other dog in the entire park so we were 1/1. If my very first experience was negative, I cannot imagine the odds of a good visit happening.

    Also noteworthy is how small the dog areas are. I have been to bigger dog areas in downtown LA and Chicago so if your pets are used to big open areas this is not the spot for you.

  • Tiffermutt
    Jan. 9, 2020
    open to everyone & travelers

    A bit of walk from parking lot to dog park. Spacious for the large dog side. Has small pup area too. Not the cleanest, careful where you step!! Has lots of patio chairs for seating. Mostly sunny. Supplies waste bags but bring you own water for your pup. I didnt see a bathroom but Im not to say they dont have one. I posted few pic below

  • Michael
    Sep. 1, 2018
    Aggressive dogs, lazy owners.

    There is no control at this park. A lot of adult dogs that have not been neutered or spayed. Our dog was one of three dogs attacked by a large boxer. The boxer attacked all with in 10 minutes of arriving. I had to threaten the owner to finally get him to remove his dog, which multiple owners thanked me for doing. My dog was approached by two Huskies and bitten by one when he was just standing and looking the other way. The owner did not even acknowledge it when I approached her about it. I found out this owners Huskies, 3 in total have bitten other dogs at the park. One she actually brings to and from the park in a muzzle, but removes in the park. So watch out for the 3 Huskies with the colored mesh harnesses if you go at all. Actually one lady came in with 2 kids under the posted age limit and a baby in Large stroller. Let multiple dogs out because her kids left both gates open, which she never apologized or even cared. She then, in the middle of the park, ignored her dogs and kids while she breast fed her baby as all the dogs ran around her. Very unsafe if a large dog would run into her. I really have no idea why she would put her baby in that situation not to mention it's not the most hygienic place to breast feed. Lastly one night I went in with my dog and ladies were sitting there with a six pack drinking and completely ignoring there dogs. Do your dog a favor and don't go here.

  • Sarah
    More than a year ago
    Hit or miss

    I have been to this dog park several times over the last several months. I have a new puppy with alot of energy. I thought this would be a great place...the first few visits went off with out a hitch...however, after that i started noticing owners who would rather talk and be on their phones vs watching and controlling their dogs. People bring dogs that absolutely should not be there...i saw 4 dogs gang up on one chocolate lab while the owner was trying to fend them off no one helped...i ran to help and thank goodness my puppy is scared of the fighting noises hes stayed away, but other owners got up to help. Tonight my dog was the victim and he is so submissive that i had to yank this dog off my pup by the collar and asked who owned thw dog....I have been to lower allen park and my pup loves it...it is a drive but if thats what it takes tp keep him safe I'll do it...sad tp say, I will not be going back to kohl park

  • Travis
    More than a year ago
    Some good, some bad

    This place is a mixed bag. I've met some really amazing people with very friendly dogs, and I've met some awful people with aggressive animals who have no interest in controlling their pets. Sadly, the bag ones have made me choose other parks to go to. The Lower Allen dog park is nicer and the people who frequent it seen more conscientious of their dogs and their behavior. It's a bit of a drive, but lower Allen is the better park in the area.

  • Richard
    More than a year ago
    Tough to Take

    You can find your way to the 2 spacious enclosures following a paved path which is lined with dog crap on either side. Aggressives dogs are allowed to roam and sometimes pack. you may feellike your well mannered pet is the problem. unpayed/neutered dogs are allowed to be in park despite regulations to contrary. many nice owners but entirely too many lazy inconsiderate ones!!! is there an alternatve venue nearby??

  • Kim
    More than a year ago
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    Very nice park. People were pleasant and lots of running room.

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