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Dog Park at Frazier Park

Bring Fido to visit the dog park at Frazier Park in Charlotte, NC. Here, pups are allowed to play and socialize off-leash with their pet companions. The park is divided into two sections, one space for small and another for large dogs. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Dog Park at Frazier Park has received a rating of 4.8 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Sebastian
    Nov 20, 2021
    Great location of 77 for a doggy break

    nice big area, nice dogs and beautiful scenery

  • Sam B
    More than a year ago
    No frills dog park

    This dog park was just okay. Limited parking and I Had to walk through a muddy tunnel to get there (totally fell). Trash bags are located outside the park, There are trash cans within. There are two separate parks that you can ASSUME are meant to be split between small and large dogs, but it's not labeled. In the "small" dog park people were bringing HUGE puppies, which is unfair and scarey. There was a few bowls for water and a fountain, one picnic bench, and a few scattered toys. The first door in had a broken latch, so def be careful with runners. Overall, this park fits the bill.

  • Kelsie
    More than a year ago
    Unattractive for Small/Medium Dogs

    This was my first time. For starters, there is no designated parking for the park. We had to parallel park, cross, what was a busy road, avoid glass, in order to even walk down to where the dog park was located. There is only one dog fountain for water, it was disgusting. The entrance to the dog park did not have any rules/regulations and did not mark small dogs or large dogs only. I go to the small dog park so my boys don't have to be around large dogs, your large puppy does not belong in the small dog park. Also, a puppy should not be brought to the dog park at all. They are still learning their legs and are way to submissive making them easy targets for dogs that will prove dominance and create a dog fight. The large dog park had a good run, but the small dog park was pathetic. It was dirt and grass, no where for dog owners to walk, so you are watching every step you take. Only two benches (that were broken) and no dog fountain in the park but metal cans you could fill with water. I was highly disappointed considering this dog park was near Uptown.

  • AdventureDawgs
    More than a year ago
    Nice park

    The fenced runs are spacious with lots of places for humans to sit and dogs to run. Always a great find in a city.

  • Nicole
    More than a year ago
    awesome place

    This park has everything! Walking trails, separate areas for big and small dogs. Both runs are huge and have plenty of room to run. There is clean water in each pen with places for humans to sit. Owners are very friendly and attentive!

  • Ann
    More than a year ago

    I brought my lab here and I was pleasantly surprised at how much room there was for the dogs to run around and how clean it was She had a ball and we plan to go back soon!

  • Westie Bible
    More than a year ago
    BIG thumbs UP!

    First visit to the Davie Dog Park today. What a treat! Great pooches, great community of doggie peeps! Was told weekends are sometimes not as peaceful, but TODAY (Wednesday early afternoon) was an absolute delight! Beautiful location - really nice park!

  • Adam
    More than a year ago
    great park

    we've been to this park several times with our dogs the park is great large and small dogs have there own separate areas. There are plenty of water bowls and the large dog area has a kiddie pool for the dogs to cool off in, there are also toys that other owners have left for all dogs to play with and the people are all great and the dogs are all friendly

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