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Gypsy Hill Bark Park

Gypsy Hill Bark Park is a dog park in Staunton, VA. Dogs will love running off-leash at this fenced-in dog park inside Gypsy Hill Park. The park features separated enclosures for large dogs (over 30 lbs) and small dogs (under 30 lbs). The small dog area includes a sittin’ pretty table with ladder and a tunnel. The large dog area includes a sittin’ pretty table with ladder, a tunnel and a fire hydrant. There are also benches for human visitors. Visit Website

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Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

Gypsy Hill Bark Park has received a rating of 4.4 out of 5 bones by 5 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Kathy
    Jul. 30, 2021
    Good park

    Good dog run and not crowded on a Friday afternoon. However, the small dog section is not shaded at all and it was super hot so we didn’t stay long.

  • Erika
    Oct. 3, 2020
    Great Park

    Nice large park next to a fishing lake. very clean and not crowded on a Saturday afternoon in September. Just a few playful pups!

  • Jess & sean
    Sep. 13, 2020
    Delightful dog park!

    A beautiful park surrounds this pair of dog parks (for small and large dogs). Each side has some fun structures for the dogs to climb and play on and lots of space to run around. It's right across from a couple koi ponds and a path. Ample parking is close by, but so is the skate park FYI in case that's an issue for your pup. Can get muddy in spots, but overall the park seems well maintained and most owners seemed attentive.

  • Caitlyn
    Jun. 30, 2019
    Rarely A Bad Time

    This park is a good go to when your pup needs to get out and play! There are three fenced in areas. One for smaller dogs, and then two for bigger dogs. The newest fenced in portion isn’t used much that I’ve seen. The main area for the bigger dogs does have a spot where it does get muddy when it rains. There isn’t very much shade. There is a water fountain right outside of the fenced in areas. There are bags to pick up after your pup along with a trash bin to throw the waste in. There haven’t been any times where I have seen a dog fight go on, however

  • Kimberly
    More than a year ago
    Good Park

    This dog park is situated in the center of Gypsy Hill Park and is adjacent to a fishing pond on one side and a skateboard park on the other. We were there on a breezy Sunday afternoon and the park was busy not the dog park not super crowded. There are separate areas for the little pups, and both areas were spacious and clean. There were not alot of shady spots, so I can't speak to how hot this would be on a sunny August day. My dog who is only 4 months old and has never been exposed to a skateboard park was a little freaked out by the sounds coming from the other side of the fence, but the park is big enough that he could run on the far side and still get plenty of exercise. There were some benches for people, and a couple of agility platforms for the dogs to play on. It was a nice park.

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