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Cooperation Station Dog Park at Mosquito Lake State Park

Cooperation Station Dog Park is a fully fenced pet-friendly area within Mosquito Lake State Park in Cortland, OH. Features of this wooded 5-acre park include plenty of shade trees, a splash pad, play apparatus, and two enclosed spaces dedicated to small and large dogs. Beyond the park is a dog beach with lake access where Fido is permitted to drink and swim. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Cooperation Station Dog Park at Mosquito Lake State Park has received a rating of 4.4 out of 5 bones by 9 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Meg
    Aug. 7, 2021
    Amazing Dog Park

    We have been travelling across the country and this dog park was by far our favorite. It has plenty of shade. Also, it is very clean and spacious. We also had the pleasure of meeting one of the volunteers who runs the dog park. He was very friendly and helpful. I highly recommend!

  • Amber
    Jun. 17, 2021
    The best!

    I bring all 3 of my fur babies to this park at least two days a week. we have never had any trouble with other dogs being aggressive and the humans are friendly too! A must see dog park!!!

  • Deseree
    Oct. 23, 2020
    Our Favorite Dog Park In The Area!

    this is my absolute favorite dog parks in the area! There aren’t many, but this one is the biggest and the cleanest. There is water, waste bags, and waste bins provided by the non-profit Friends of Mosquito Lake Dog Park, who help maintain it. I find people here are generally friendly and usually only bring nonaggressive dogs. There is a dog beach and on Sundays they regularly have a puppy play day at 1pm for those trying to socialize their new pups!

  • Christopher
    Jun. 21, 2018
    Great Place - Plenty of Space

    We loved it here! Dogs had a great time this past winter.

  • Jodi
    More than a year ago
    Aggressive dogs with incompetent owners!

    I took my 7 month old lab to the park to enjoy the water. She was having a great time until a guy entered the water area with two dogs and immediately unleashed them. One of his dogs, a mountain cur, immediately growled and charged my dog knocking her to the ground. As soon as she got up, he did it again. The guy laughed and said there wouldn't be a problem as long as my dog was submissive! My dog tried to escape into the water and he tried to do body slam her under the water. I called her out and was thoroughly pissed off at this point! While trying to leash my dog who was now completely terrorized and laying on her back, they dog preceded to growl and charge at me! Not once, but twice! I yelled at the dog to stop and he came within a couple of inches both times. At no point did the owner try to control his dog or even offer an apology! While my dog and I narrowly escaped being attacked by his cur, we were both shaking and distraught. While leaving I told him he had no business taking an aggressive dog off the leash and he just laughed. What was supposed to be a pleasant experience at the park ended terribly! Apparently he felt is was acceptable behavior for his dog. People who attend a dog park need to have some common sense! If you own an aggressive dog, it definitely does not belong in a public place off leash and allowed to terrorize other dogs and their owners.

  • Leann
    More than a year ago
    Awesome

    I pack 3 goofy, slobbery jumpy dogs into the car to get there, and come home with 3 gentle, sleepy and satisfied panting dogs after about an hour or so. Can't go wrong! BRING A TOWEL!!

  • Miriam and Bob
    More than a year ago
    A Fun Day for Buddy

    Buddy Bear enjoyed the 5 acre dog park. It was an exceptionally nice park and we will certainly take him again

  • Chrystene
    More than a year ago
    Mrs.

    Best dog park ever well worth the drive stayed at campground for the weekend 5 bones!!!

  • Tammy
    More than a year ago
    Mr Chew Bone

    Had an absolutly wonderful time at Mosquito Lake. Lots of room to run, very shady areas, plenty of squirrels to chase and your own swimming area. You can even shower off after leaving the fenced area. Separate areas for small and large dogs. Took us 90 minutes to get there but well worth the drive.

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