Reservoir Dogs! Park
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- DavidMay. 30, 2022Don’t go
very overgrown and not kept. I wanted to give it a chance but would not suggest.
- DavidJul. 26, 2019A Real Gem!!
This off leash dog park is a one of a kind!! It is mostly in the woods, but it still has lots of bare ground space to throw balls and play in.
This park is especially nice on hot sunny summer days when other parks are so hot that your dog is heavily panting after 10 or 15 minutes.
They also have lots of bench space to sit on along with water bowls and a spigot to fill them as you enter the park.
There is a large dog and a small dog area but the small dog area is a little overrun with weeds right now.
My puppy likes to explore the trails through the weeds and trees when no one else is there.
So far all of the people and dogs we have met there have been great!!
This park is a real gem.
UPDATE: A couple has mowed the large dog area and the borough has mowed the small dog area!! Both areas look great now! There are also plenty of poop bags.
- DMore than a year agoCheck it out!
I am familiar with 2 other dog parks in this area and only one of those is fenced. This one is far and above the best. The only reason I didn't give a 5 rating is because I went alone with my dog, she is large, and as much as I feel safe because of her protectiveness, the park is remote. Otherwise, it is great.
- ChrisMore than a year agoNice Park
I am from Pottstown and the recent floods knocked down the fence at the Pottstown Bark Park, so I was looking for another location. An Internet search found this one and the Reynolds Dog Park in Phoenixville (Oaks).
Reynolds Dog Park:
Pros: Big, wide open. Great for running/playing. Plenty of dogs - must have been 10-15 when we were there on a Sunday morning.
Cons: Very minimal shade. No place to sit.
Reservoir Dogs Park:
Pros: Big. Wooded/shaded. Benches to sit while the dogs play. 4-5 other dogs there when we visited (Sunday afternoon).
Cons: Wooded, not a lot of "open" space to run and play.
Pottstown Bark Park:
Pros: Not as large as the previous two, but still plenty of room. Some shade and benches to sit.
Cons: You have to pay $25/year to get a key. Yes, the bark park is locked. I think for this reason it is not utilized as much. I saw more dogs in 1 day at the previous two parks than the TOTAL I have seen at Pottstown in 2 YEARS.