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Bowling Green Dog Park

The dog park is an excellent place to exercise your dog and is an opportunity to meet new people. The park is comprised of three fenced enclosures where members and their dogs can play ball, frisbee, or enjoy our complete agility course. Each fenced enclosure is roughly 110 feet by 150 feet. The three fenced enclosures combined total approximately 1.12 acres. The dog park is available to members only, membership is simple and inexpensive. Registration begins January 1st and is valid for one year ending December 31st Please visit the Wood County Dog Shelter website at http://www.co.wood.oh.us/dogshelter/Park.htm for park rules and membership application! Visit Website

Or call (419) 354-9242 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Bowling Green Dog Park has received a rating of 3.1 out of 5 bones by 7 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Jaclyn
    More than a year ago
    Worth joining!

    I am happy with my membership. The three areas are always clean. The members pay attention to ensure all dogs are having a good time. It is rarely crowded. The middle area has some agility equipment. Wish there was more shade, double gates, & more agility equipment.

  • Kim
    More than a year ago
    Dog owner

    What a disappointment :( had a long day trip for a family gathering and didn't want to kennel our three dogs. We were happy to google dog parks and find this one was on the way. We were quite surprised to find all sections of the park padlocked. If a park is strictly for members it should be clearly identified as such. At least we know now not to plan to attend any events (ie. spend our money) in such an I unaccommodating location.

  • Sadie
    More than a year ago
    Great for locals!

    This park is one of the cleanest and biggest I have been to (coming from Nashville, TN). It is also the first I've seen that requires a membership to belong. At first I was upset that I had to jump through so many hoops just to take my dogs somewhere to run (especially since this is the ONLY bark park in the area), but I've since realized it is a good thing. I always know my dogs are running in a pen that is safe and disease-free (in theory).

  • Bill Golembeski
    More than a year ago
    Don't bother!!!!

    I have three very unhappy setters! We drove from WI and specifically booked a hotel in Bowling Green...so our dogs could run off lease in this park. It wasn't much of dog park. AND IT WAS ALL LOCKED UP! The "suit" in the dog shelter told me I needed to buy a special permit from the BG Parks Dept...some twenty minutes away! And we needed all shots records plus a fecal test from the last six months! I think we also had to be related to someone on the Mayflower! (That's hyerbole.) But the "suit" in the dog police outfit really didn't want us there! Suffice it to say that we were fecal out of luck!!!! If you are a local, well, perhaps you should visit WI to see how nice our dog parks are...free, double gates...But if you are a visitor...DON'T BOTHER! Bowling Green doesn't want your dogs! Please subtract that one bone...

  • Katey
    More than a year ago
    Wood County Dog Park

    After visiting another dog park in the Cleveland area I wish that there were a few more amenities at the park (other that mutt-mitts) considering that it costs $15 a year, but it's different since this area is more rural. My dog always has an amazing time and then comes home and sleeps for hour. Much more fun than daily walks!

  • Bailey
    More than a year ago
    cool

    i wish my 4 legged friends could come here it sounds great

  • Su
    More than a year ago
    Wood County Dog Park

    The ONLY dog park within 50 miles of my house! This park is about an acre of completely fenced-in land. This space is sub-divided into three equal sections. The first & third are just plain, open spaces for running & playing, & include a single park bench & a well-stocked poop-bag dispenser for puppys' parents to use.

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