Baytown Bark Park is situated on the same grounds as the family-friendly W. L. Jenkins Park in Baytown, Texas. The property consists of five acres of land and is home to two fenced play spaces. A community park with a vision for providing a secure area where dogs can enjoy regular off-leash exercise and appropriate socialization, Baytown Bark Park offers an enclosure for use by small, senior, and shy dogs and a second one exclusively for use by larger dogs.
This ensures that all dogs attending the dog park can play with dogs that are best suited to their particular play style and needs. Safety is of top concern for the park officials of Baytown Bark Park. Owners are asked to assist the park management team in keeping Baytown Bark Park's runs a secure place for all to enjoy. Since conflicts can arise with off-leash play, owners must actively supervise their dogs.
It is also mandatory for each owner to carry a leash with them and to maintain their dogs on a lead when entering and exiting the play areas as well as in all other public areas. Baytown Bark Park, a public dog playground, is pleased to extend an invitation to their facility to all canines and humans at no cost. However, the park operates on a small budget provided by donations from generous donors.
All donations can be made to the Baytown Kennel Club, who provides oversight for the club, and are tax-deductible. All monies are appreciated and put towards ongoing park maintenance and future improvements. Baytown Bark Park is situated directly next to the family-centric W. L. Jenkins Park as well as a skate park. The dog runs are well-equipped and offer the following amenities: benches, drinking water, plentiful shade, covered seating areas, agility equipment, and poop bags.
All owners have to clean up after their pets. W. L. Jenkins Park is home to walking paths, and wooded trails for Fido and his family to enjoy. However, Fido must remain leashed in these areas. It is not known if bathrooms are housed on the premises.
There are no officially posted regulations for visitors enjoying Baytown Bark Park. It is always recommended for all dogs to remain current on immunizations. A city dog license is also mandatory in most states. Looking for a new Texas park to explore? Why not bring Fido for a play date at Baytown Bark Park?