Bailey's Dog Park
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- ChristyJul. 31, 2018Terrific fun and safe park
A group of us bring our pups almost every day; we're frequent fliers. The dogs are terrific and their humans watch them very closely. Part of the park its sand, the remainder is wood chips. No separation between large and small dogs but they all get along beautifully. Lots of toys, a water spigot and a small kiddy pool for those who insist on swimming in the drinking bowls. Park is clean, there's plenty of seating for humans to rest and poop bags are available. Come join us; meet new friends, canine and human. We're love it!
- MargaretJul. 31, 2018Great Park for dogs and owners
Just got a rescue dog and found this wonderful spot. It is a medium size and small and large are together. The best is they have running water for the dogs to enjoy. There are shade trees and benches. The best part is the owners who really care for and look after the park. I have encountered no aggressive dogs or difficult owners. Your dog will love it.
- ChristyMore than a year agoMy dog loves it!
Very nice park. Clean with both sandy and wood chip areas. Lots of toys, water bowls and bottles of H2O. Lots of places to sit and shady areas. Could use better signage; there is none. My pup loved it!
- JackieMore than a year agoWell Taken Care Of
This is a small park with no separate area for small/timid dogs. My Golden puppy was very intimidated by the one dog that was already there who was very exuberant. However, it is very well taken care of by volunteers. There was plenty of fresh water on the picnic tables in spite the temps being well below freezing. Someone had obviously brought them there that morning. There was also a box of toys/balls and clean-up bags/shovels available. We were there around 10 a.m. on a Sunday but the woman who was already there said that it was more crowded around 3-4 p.m. on weekdays.
- HollyMore than a year agoNo grass but good
Went today with 3 year old pitbulll/boxer and he had a great time. It is right near the outlets and Petco. You pull into Peters park (i think its called...with baseball soccer fields and playgrounds) and take a left into the first parking area. Then walk up a little path and the metal fence is on your right (can see it from the road). The park is on the smaller side, no grass, partly covered with wood chips. There is some nice benches and picnic tables, bucket of toys and water bowls (bring water though).. Bags,shovel and trash barrel there too. My ultimate favorite dog park is Southbury, but being so far away now, Baileys was large enough for my dog to run around and it wasnt crowded.