6 acres of trees and grass allow plenty of room to roam.

Description

Masterson Station dog park is part of a huge city park that has the nicest amenities of any of the Lexington dog parks. Shade trees, benches, and a water fountain make for a nice afternoon outing for you and your dog. Dog mitts are provided at the entrance and the park frequently plays host to dog related events. A port-a-potty is located nearby as are swings and picnic pavilions.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

Masterson Station Dog Park has received a rating of 4.7 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Nov. 7, 2019
    Amazing Contained Dog Park

    Amazing place
    Safe, large, shaded and nice people. I recommend this 100%

  • Mar. 31, 2019
    Very large

    This dog park is huge. Lots of area for the dogs to run around in. Lots of tree for shade and benches. We met some really nice dog parents too.

  • Mar. 28, 2019
    Love It

    I just got a new husky and this park is the best for her. There are also always a lot of nice dog moms and dads hanging around!

  • Mar. 15, 2019
    Super Big Park

    Traveling through on our way home to Michigan and our two black labs needed a potty and run break. This park was a great place to stop. Nice, well maintained area. Our pups had lots of room to run.

  • More than a year ago
    Great Dog Park!

    We’re visiting from MI and stopped by to let our dog run after a 6 hour road trip. What a beautiful, huge park! He loved it! All fenced in, tons of room to run. We’ll be back!

  • More than a year ago
    Centrally Located, Large, Stimulating

    We love going to Masterson, lots of space to run, and many new dogs and people to socialize with. Pretty centrally located and easily accessible to Lexington, Georgetown, Frankfort, and Woodford country residents with it being off leestown road near new circle. We often walk on a long leash across the horse cross country course, and plan to bike there with the dog more often. Only concern is make sure you lock your car doors since it is a heavily trafficed area.

  • More than a year ago
    Love it!

    We come to Masterson station numerous times. Went to Jacobson dog park today, I still prefer Masterson station. Both have 2 very big fenced in areas. Masterson station has more trees & shaded areas, flat ground. Jacobson hardly any trees except one section of 1 of the fenced in areas and hilly so good for dogs who love to run! Still prefer to go to Masterson station. Both have benches, water fountains for dogs, poop bag stations. Masterson station does have a porta potty outside of the fence that I didn't see at jacobson. I don't know if it was the area it was in but when I was at jacobson park there were 2 police cars 1 parked at the entrance and the other just circling the park over and over which I've never seen at Masterson station, which in my opinion seems like it's safer.

  • More than a year ago
    Our Favorite Park

    I have 2 Australian Cattle Dog mixes, and this is the only park we go to! We've tried all the parks in Lexington, and this one is the best!

  • More than a year ago
    Masterson Station

    We live right across from the park and its so nice at first to be able to run over to the park everyday after work. Sadly it got to wear the humans who started bringing their pups were rude. Very clicky. There are two large sides and its very nice when there are no "rude humans" there. Sadly the only water fountain is on the far end of one of the sides. The sides are not marked small or big, so you will encounter every size in each side.

  • More than a year ago
    Great!

    I stopped here on a road trip to let my dog run around. The park was huge! Both of it's section had lots of room to run. There were two section but no distinction on large and small. Most people used both. One of the rules is that owners of small dogs are supposed to really watch their dogs. I liked that because generally the smaller dogs are the ones who cause the problems and then their owners aren't responsible. The only thing I didn't like was that the water fountains were all the way at the other end of the park and the park really is huge. At least four or five acres.

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