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Glasgow Regional Park

The state-of-the-art Glasgow Regional Park includes rails, steps, and half-pipes for fun and fitness with Fido. The Glasgow Regional Park includes two separate off-leash bark parks (New Castle County Large Bark Park and New Castle County Small Bark Park) for small and large dogs. The park also includes a 2.75-mile paved walking path for leashed walks with dogs. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Glasgow Regional Park has received a rating of 3.2 out of 5 bones by 4 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Brenda
    Jun. 29, 2019
    Love the park but...

    As others have mentioned, it can get a bit muddy when it's rained a lot but that's to be expected and they've recently seemed to remulch the park making it much better.

    My main issue is the lack of shade at the park. I wish there were a few trees for the dogs to sit under as my guy gets very hot in the summer. There's on shade structure with a picnic table under it but that easily gets too crowded with a few dogs and their owners on a rainy/sunny day.

  • Jeff
    More than a year ago
    Much too small

    There are some great walking paths at this large park but the county leaders blew it with the enclosed dog park. It is a mulch-covered, gets muddy very quickly, and quite small. It’s a shame that, with so much area available, they didn’t see fit to create a large and beautiful enclosed area for dogs. Maybe someday.

  • Donna r
    Mar. 31, 2018
    Caty loves it!

    Glasgow Park is beautiful. Basically flat terrain with southern (loblolly) pine and willow oak trees. The entire park is pet-friendly. The dog park offers water fountains. Miles of walking trails.

  • Thomas
    Feb. 2, 2018
    Great Park in Fair Weather

    I take Cody to the park at least once a week. Unfortunately, Glasgow Park does not keep the dog park up to the same standards as the rest of the park. During wet weather, the dog park turns into a mud pit. I have emailed the New Castle County Department of Parks and Recreation, but no one bothers to respond. My next mission is to call them. Wish me luck.

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