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Polk Valley Dog Park

Located adjacent to Polk Valley Park, this 1+ acre Dog Park features separate areas for small and large dogs and seating for dog owners. The Dog Park is open year round from dawn to dusk and each person may bring up to two dogs into the park at a time. All dogs must be spayed or neutered. Dog owners are liable for any injury or damage caused by their animals. Please use designated parking areas in Polk Valley Park, parking on grass or along park roads is prohibited. Visit Website

Or call (610) 865-3291 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Polk Valley Dog Park has received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 bones by 6 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Emily
    May. 31, 2021
    Great park!

    great park - so clean! loved that there is a separate section for small dogs like mine.

  • Cathy
    Apr. 14, 2020
    Nice

    We were visiting family and needed a place to let our two malamutes run off leash for a few before hitting the road again. This was a nice dog park with separate small/large. The large dog area was a decent size and seemed well maintained. Was very happy visiting here and would use next time we’re in the area.

  • Cyd
    Jan. 1, 2019
    check FB to see if its open!

    Nice park but grass is suffering from use and too much rain. A new chain link fence was installed in August 2018. The small dog side gate has a bit of a gap. If your small dog is an escape artist, beware! Due to a very wet 2018 it is often closed to preserve the "lawn". Check the FB page where they are pretty good about posting closings or you can see the open/closed sign when you drive by to park. If its poured rain in the last 48 hours, you can bet its closed. Also be sure you are on the official township FB page (Golden Ret pictured), there's another one started by someone thats never been deleted. There are benches and now a picnic table (in the sun and PLEASE don't expect to actually eat food there!)

    Bags are provided but some still don't pick up after their dog. There is a gun club within a few miles, sometimes distant gunshots heard if your dog is sensitive to that. Bring your own water, usually stainless bowls are there.

  • Tanian
    More than a year ago
    Amazing

    Hello!

    I bring my Chihuahua/Jack Russell Kian to the dog park almost every day! It's about a 35-minute drive away from me, however, it's worth the trip! I always look online first to see when the "most popular time" to attend the dog park is, and it's usually accurate. People are friendly, dogs are friendly! Everyone Always has a watch on their dogs. The only downside is that you have to bring your own water and toys. Other than that, it's a nice area. Lots of Grass, Open field space, secure fence. Also, if there are any issues, you can report it to their facebook page, and they're quick to act to resolve the issue.

    100% Recommend.

  • Liz
    More than a year ago
    Some fun times

    A nice park,with separate areas for large and small dogs. Bowls provided but you need to bring your own water. The only downside is that regulars there are very "cliquey." It seems like people there tend to sit/stand together in one area and spend a lot of time socializing rather than focusing on the dogs. As a result, the dogs can get out of control. I've had better experiences at larger dog parks where people are more careful and pay more attention to their dogs.

  • Tara
    More than a year ago
    the best dog park

    There are 4 dog parks in the Lehigh valley and this is by far the best. Very rarely are there any problems. The only downside is there is no shade for humans. Our furry friends usually find a little shade under the very young planted trees. You must bring your own water.

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