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Manchester Barks & Rec Dog Park

Fido can play off-leash at Manchester Barks & Rec Dog Park in Mt. Nebo Park! The Park features a small dog park and a large dog park; however, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, small dogs are given preference. Dog owners are asked to bring their own water bowls, have proof of current state dog license and rabies vaccination on them, and keep their pets leashed until they are inside the fence. Check out Manchester Barks & Rec Dog Park's list of rules and recommendations on its website before planning a visit. The Dog Park is open daily from dawn to dusk. Visit Website

Or call (860) 647-0119 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Manchester Barks & Rec Dog Park has received a rating of 4.3 out of 5 bones by 3 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Marechal
    Oct. 12, 2020
    Nice Shady dog park

    I've visited this park a few times when driving though Connecticut with my pup. As is true in all dog parks, it can be hit or miss. Most people/dogs we met were very welcoming. We had one bad encounter with an aggressive dog snd an irresponsible owner, but fortunately they left, complaining to someone on her phone about "overly sensitive people". Oh well. Other than that, we have had a great time at this park.

  • Kate
    Oct. 12, 2019
    Great location/dumb owners

    I love coming here with my two little noise makers. I’ve been coming here for a few years now and have met other friendly dog owners. Unfortunately, today wasn’t a great visit. For the past few months, an American bull dog and his owner have visited this park. The dog is super aggressive, humps everything in sight, and extremely untrained. Many fellow visitors feel uncomfortable around this dog. Today, a pit Bull was in here, and the bull dog and pit were getting slightly aggressive. The American bull dog finally lunges at the pit bull, clamping his jaws firmly around the pit bulls neck. Despite the yelling and swiping of a coat, the bull dog would not let go. Finally, after what seemed like forever, the American bull dog relaxed his jaw enough for the pit bull escape. The pit was bleeding pretty good. The owners both left pretty abruptly. I was able to get the license plate off the American bull dogs owner’s vehicle, and promptly contacted animal control. My hope for the future is the owner of this aggressive dog takes action to train this unsafe dog. I will continue to visit this park, but will keep my eyes open for this dog.

  • Lorrie
    May. 20, 2019
    Lovely shady dog park

    Small and not size separated (but small dogs only on 2 days a week) but a lovely dog park in the woods with people seating, fresh water, grassy and thickly wood chipped room to run. Also park space outside of it to stroll on leash.

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