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Bicentennial Park

A nice little park on a 7 mile long lake. There are hiking trails in the woods along the lake with many places to sit and enjoy. There are lots of fish in the lake, and it is a popular place to fish. The lake allows non-motorized boats, so it's also a great place to kayak with you dog. You can stop at many enclaves to give you and the dog a rest. The community park has a paved path for the disabled, as well as picnic areas with grills, a soccer field, and tennis courts. Dogs must be leashed within the park. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Bicentennial Park has received a rating of 3.0 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Dana
    Jul. 2, 2020
    You CANNOT Swim!

    Went over there earlier today with my pup after reading about it here. Based on the picture for this park (the dogs playing in the water) I assumed swimming was okay and bee-lined straight for the water when we got there. Her leash kept getting tangled around fallen branches, so we only stayed in the water for 2-3 minutes before I decided we should find another spot to play in the water. When we went back to the main trail I noticed NO SWIMMING signs!! I'm not sure why you're not allowed to swim but i was afraid it might be because of pollution or toxic algae or something. We immediately went home and I gave her a thorough bath and washed her harness/leash. She seems fine but definitely keeping an eye out to see if she shows any symptoms of toxicity.

    Besides this, the park was decent but more family/children oriented. Lots of playgrounds and a beach volleyball court and a tennis court. The paths through the woods around the lake were mostly paved with asphalt but completely flat and very short. Took maybe 10 minutes to do the loop.

  • Christina
    More than a year ago
    great for a long walk

    Nice park with lots of trails (idk about 7 miles though). No dog park and dogs must stay leashed although I did break the rules and let her jump in the lake a few times. Good for a walk through the woods.

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