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Central Texas Bark Park

Located in Lions Park, the Bark Park offers separate fenced sections for large and small dogs. Visit Website

Or call (254) 298-5690 or email templeparks@templetx.gov for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Central Texas Bark Park has received a rating of 3.3 out of 5 bones by 3 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Nate
    More than a year ago
    Nothing a little fill dirt couldn't fix

    We love taking our dog here for socialization, as she is an only pup. When the weather is pleasant, there are generally anywhere from a few to a dozen dogs at the park, depending on the time of day. The water fountain hasn't drained since I've been coming, but at least it works. The fence seems secure on the entire perimeter.

    My only real issue is that since it has not rained much the past few months (September 2015) there are starting to be quite a few cracks in the ground, that I'm worried a dog could injure themselves on, if they step in one while running at full speed. A few bags of fill dirt would fix this until the rain comes back.

  • Julie
    More than a year ago
    Drainage Problems

    Unfortunately the drainage still is not fixed. two huge (kiddie pool sized) mud holes were present today. Wish they would install a dog wash station if they're not going to fix the drainage issue.

  • Heidi & george tipper
    More than a year ago
    dog park

    We have large dogs who love the park since the drainage problems were resolved and the grass has been established. They do not like the kids (3-10 years old) who chase them inside the park Except for unsupervised kids and parents (without dogs) bringing their small kids and toddlers to the park to play with the big dogs, the park is a great facility for dogs.

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