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MacKay Park Bark Park

Bring Fido for exercise and fun at MacKay Park Bark Park in Lake Arrowhead, CA. This dog park is surrounded by hiking trails, views of Lake Arrowhead, mountains, and wildlife. It also features two separate, fenced-in areas for large and small dogs. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

MacKay Park Bark Park has received a rating of 4.3 out of 5 bones by 7 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Chester
    Jul 27, 2022
    Heaps Peak Arboretum near Lake Arrowhead

    Nice and dog friendly spot for a short afternoon walk before dinner. Well maintained and a lot info about plants. The path goes in a circle and all way is well shaded. There is a big parking lot at the entrance. The visit is free but you have to display the Adventure Pass when you park.

  • Carol
    Nov 3, 2018

    My last review mentioned that there were no separate yards for small and large dogs. That’s no longer the case!!!

    There are now separate areas (both fully inclosed) for small dogs and large dogs. The two separate areas are also surrounded by a very tall fence, but only on three sides. Down the road about 500 ft is a playground with restrooms.

    There are poop stations, but no water. BYOB of it.

  • Carol
    More than a year ago
    Lots of potential but...

    We are part timers and we were excited to have a dog bark nearby. However, there are no arrangements for segregating dogs by size and at the time we dropped in, there were two large and angry pit bulls in the compound. The owner was really nice, but even he said our Pug and his dogs weren’t a good mix so we waited until he left.

    A better option at this point is Lake Arrowhead Village, which has poop bags, AstroTurf and water bowls at several shops.

  • Wil
    More than a year ago
    Wrong address, great park

    The park is actually located at Mackay Park across from the marina. It's fantastic!!

  • Trent
    More than a year ago
    Lack of maintenance

    We love going to this park as does our dog. However it has become increasingly unkempt. There are no poop bags, the fence is loose and damaged in several places and dogs can easily get under it, the bark on the ground is largely worn away and some of the trees planted are dying

    We are bringing our own bags and cleaning up each morning but it is becoming overwhelming.

  • Pam
    More than a year ago
    Three bones

    It's nice to have a dog park close by but this one is small and not segregated so big and small dogs are all in one fenced area. Our dog is very social but if you have small dogs who are afraid of bigger dogs, this park would not be a good choice.
    Also, the park does not have any water source so be sure to bring your own water bowl and water.
    But I gave this park an A for effort as it is fenced, has places to sit for the dog parents and the middle of the park has large rocks and small tunnels for the dogs to play around.

  • J
    More than a year ago
    Not fully fenced

    I see fences on only 3 sides. Fences are not flush to the ground... Yeah, Snoopy took less than 5 minutes to slip under the fence and take off down the road. With the right construction... Awesome dog park... Will be 10 bones up :-)

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