Two humans and two dogs, a jumbo sized mutt and a small/medium mix, who enjoys pet parks and trails.
5/5 Bones!!Crestview Bark Park
Amazing space, kept very clean, benches, agility items, waste bins/bags, water fountain for humans and dogs. Great people and dogs with no bad encounters so far! We will be coming back to this park as regulars.
Good SizePavillion Recreational Complex Dog Park
Good size dog park, water, waste bags/bins. Chairs and benches around the park to sit at.
It does get crowded though with the amount of people that frequent this dog park, we never stay longer than 30-40 minutes depending on who shows up.
Oops!Pelham Mill Dog Park
Left a review that was meant for pavilion dog park in Taylors, NOT this park. We LOVE this one.
There is a huge amount of flat space, people generally keep an eye on their dogs. There’s a sandy area the dogs can dig in and tennis balls everywhere.
We take the dogs down to the water after they play for a bit to really get their energy out.
The only reason I docked a star is because the place does smell, it’s next to a cleaning plant and we don’t trust the dogs drinking water. Other dogs seem to be fine with it, but our one dog especially gets an upset stomach.
Good Size ParkConestee Dog Park
I like this park. It could use some clean up so far as posts/hay bales go that they had in. Its on a bit of a hill/slope, and has some trees in one area, so if you’re not following your dog around closely and two dogs aren’t getting along it could be harder to get to them quickly.
The water is clean, there’s also a hose in front of the entry gate. It’s one we come back to every now and then.