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Laurel Bark Park

Fido can play off-leash at Laurel Bark Park in Gainesville, GA. This fenced dog park offers a separate small dog section, benches, shade, canine water fountains, waste bags and waste receptacles. Please remember to leash your pup outside of the dog park, where you are able to explore the walking trail at the larger, pet-friendly Laurel Park. Visit Website

Or call (770) 535-8280 for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Laurel Bark Park has received a rating of 3.2 out of 5 bones by 9 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Alexis
    Mar 5, 2023
    Good location

    I went at 2pm on a Saturday and there were a few dogs there, but they were all well behaved. My dog had a great time. The only thing I’d note (why I knocked off a point) I’d that if you have any mobility issues, this isn’t a good spot. The big dog side has a large dip in the middle with a fairly steep hill.

  • Kat
    Mar 25, 2019
    Great location

    Our dog loved the hills to run around! Only thing was a truck kept circling around and stopping and getting closer to us while we were there. It was very unsettling.

  • Helen
    Mar 2, 2019
    Great exercise but. . .

    My dog LOVES it here. I wish some grass could be added. My dog is covered in red clay every time we go.

  • Andrea
    More than a year ago
    Unsafe, terrible experience

    The Georgia clay definitely needs to be covered, it is always wet. I slipped and fell breaking my ankle and had to have surgery. Have been out of work 4 months now

  • Peggy
    More than a year ago
    Fun Time

    We had a great time! Nice clean safe place to take your pups!

  • Stacie
    More than a year ago

    We stayed in a cabin in Cleveland and this was the closet dog park. Love it! Took our dog Jax every day on our trip. It was nice to meet other people who love their dogs as much as we do and most were very friendly. The only thing I didn't like was there were some small children in there one day who kept going up to my dog even though he's skittish and the parents didn't redirect them. It was time to go when the small dogs or kids showed up. You have to know your dog's limits to avoid problems. We need a place like this in Rome so bad!

  • Emily
    More than a year ago
    so so

    It was ok. Big hills, and not too much of an area to sit in. Minimal shade.

  • Katherine
    More than a year ago
    I was dissapointed

    By the treatment I got. I was treated extremely badly by the people that also went to this park. They had obviously been going there for a long itme and treated my like crap. I was YELLED AT, told that I was raising my dog wrong and even more. I had a friend with me who happened to mention breeding pure bred dogs (which I DO NOT condone), and we were pretty much kicked out by the people before I could explain that I was NOT breeding my dog but was putting him in dog shows for conformation shows and that is why he wasn't and won't be fixed for a while. She told us that she didn't feel comfortable with us there with a filthy mut that wasn't fixed and that her dogs would react violently, but then proceeded to stay and stare at me until I left.

  • Isabel
    More than a year ago

    Seriously the best park yet. There are hills everywhere and there is SO much open space. The dogs will love it! I have a 6 month old boxer and she is FULL of energy and she was tired after an hour of being there! It's a great place! It's a little hidden though so I would call the number that is on here and they will point you in the right direction!

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