Really wish this existed in other places. Driving from Toronto to Tampa and this was a great place for our 8 month old to get some exercise. He is well socialized around humans and has been around the 6 dogs in his various dog classes, however this was his first real off leash dog park. The space is so large that even with around 30 dogs, most seem to hang around 1 to 3 and switch which ones they hung out with. Ours was a bit unsure at first, then found his confidence and ran around with many different dogs tiring himself out nicely. All the dogs were remarkably well behaved.
This was built with construction waste from local commercial building sites. All of it was wood from dumpsters and such. Plastic drums were used as the end caps.
Everyone gathering at the fire hydrant built TWOvital from construction waste.
TWOvital was given the opportunity to display their innovative artistic abilities, all while making a great contribution to the historic community of Macon Georgia. Local residents, as well as those just stopping through, can now enjoy the artfully crafted renovations of the Tyler Place Dogpark. Staying true to TWOvitals mission, all additions to the park have been constructed using recycled and salvaged materials from both the Macon and Atlanta areas. In doing so, the cost of the project came to be with an astounding 75% savings on building materials; all without cutting any corners on the final design intent. The focus of the project was a state of the art agility course which you are encouraged to visit with your pup to test their skills???over the hurdles and through the hoops!
Going into the pond at Tyler's Place Dog Park
A snapshot of some of the agility obstacles at Tyler's Place.
Pink at Tyler's Place
You gotta love a rusty fire hydrant at a dog park!
Just my pup enjoying Tyler's Place dog park. A huge park, my pup loves every bit of it.
Really wish this existed in other places. Driving from Toronto to Tampa and this was a great place for our 8 month old to get some exercise. He is well socialized around humans and has been around the 6 dogs in his various dog classes, however this was his first real off leash dog park. The space is so large that even with around 30 dogs, most seem to hang around 1 to 3 and switch which ones they hung out with. Ours was a bit unsure at first, then found his confidence and ran around with many different dogs tiring himself out nicely. All the dogs were remarkably well behaved.
This was built with construction waste from local commercial building sites. All of it was wood from dumpsters and such. Plastic drums were used as the end caps.

Description

Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced Macon dog park, which includes a creek where dogs can cool off in summer.

Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

Tyler's Place Dog Park has received a rating of 4.9 out of 5 bones by 11 canine critics on BringFido.

  • More than a year ago
    Open Space, Lots Of Shade, Very Clean

    We were headed north on 75 and stopped here, fabulous place w meandering creek and lots of shady spots in midday heat, let our dog get wiggles out before heading north. It is tucked back in quiet neighborhood, look for black iron fence, our gps didnt quite get it right. Will make this stop on way back south.

  • More than a year ago
    Fun Place

    We liked that it had two sections for different sized dogs. There was a nice Creek in the main section that our dog enjoyed cooling off at. Only thing I’d wish is that they had a water cool off in the small dog section.

  • More than a year ago
    Macon Dog Park Awesome

    We were driving down from MI and saw this on the Bring Fido app-great dog park fenced in even has an obstacle course!

  • More than a year ago
    Possibly the best dog park

    My 2.5 year old malamute has traveled roughly 25,000 miles and has visited a lot of dog parks. This park appears to be her favorite. Lots of friendly dogs and nice people, plenty of space to run, shade, grass, and the wonderful creek. This park is our reason to spend a night in Macon whenever possible.

  • More than a year ago
    FABULOUS!

    We stopped here while on a road trip and my dog LOVED it. One of the best dog parks we've ever been to. Well worth the 15 minute drive from our hotel. Very spacious, creek, agility obstacles, and super awesome dogs and owners. Can't recommend enough.

  • More than a year ago
    Great dog park!!

    I live here and take my two dogs to this park at least once a week if not more often. It is very spacious and one of my dogs loves jumping in the little creek that runs through it. There is some shade with benches in the center for humans to rest in the summer. There is a little pavilion where they sometimes have live music during Yappy Hour during summer months. They have even added a little library where you can read books while there. There is a little agility course and also a separate small dog fenced area for breeds 25 lbs and smaller. It is a really big park so there is tons of room for your dogs to run!!

  • More than a year ago
    Total package for fun!

    Our Siberian Husky acted like he had died and gone to heaven. Watching our dog race over the creek Bridges and playing with some very friendly dogs prompted my husband to say, "Tyler's Park was reason enough to move to Macon."

  • More than a year ago
    Your dog(& you), will love this park !

    I moved to Ga in2011& looked right away for a dog park. My3 largedogs are regulars & absolutely love this park ! Tyler's Place is an exceptional dog park. 2 seperate fully fenced spacious areas for sm & lg dogs. A very well maintained park with a gazebo, many chairs & benches. There is a huge pecan tree that provides a shady seating area to chat with other dog parents. A water fountain for the dogs is available as well as a creek for your pup to take a dip in. There is agility equipment, 2 bridges, & several bins to put your pet waste in & even pooper scoopers & bags are available. This a free, off leash park that is lit up like a football stadium @ night for those of you who can't make it during the day. Parking is ample. It is a beautiful place to bring your dog so you can both socialize. Please remember to pick up after your pet & keep an eye on him/her @ all times. Dogs need to be on a leash when entering & exiting the park. When a "new" dog is coming into the

    park, often other dogs will gather @ the gates entrance. Sometimes this can cause chaos as the new dog enters the park, so please watch your dog closely. Rules are posted @ the entrance. Please, please, don't bring your toddler into the park. And for gosh sakes, don't bring an infant in a stoller! Remember, dogs are animals & can have a bad day. All dogs do not necessarily like one another.

    Please visit Tyler's park often, your dog will love you for it !

  • More than a year ago
    Wonderful park!

    This is a great park. The people and dogs are very friendly. There is an agility course for the dogs and a fun stream to play in. Don't wear nice clothes, though, they sure won't stay that way!

  • More than a year ago
    Rockin Obstacles

    They have an obstacle course that my dog LOVES, so much to do there. Thanks Macon

  • More than a year ago
    Tyler's Place

    Not far off I--75 we came across this park traveling north from Florida. Well maintained, it was a convenient spot for our dogs to run off-leash. There's an expansive park for large dogs and a separate well sized lot for the smaller breeds. One of the best dog parks we came across. Thank you Tyler!

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