The Conshy Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. The dog park doesn't have a parking lot, and street-side parking in the area is difficult. Vehicles may be parked in a nearby office complex lot, but dog owners should be respectful of the office business hours.
Pet parents are required to apply for membership for this dog park in Conshohocken before taking their dog to the facility. Applications should be accompanied by current license and vaccination certificates plus a signed liability release form. Applications are dealt with at the Fellowship House Community Center and can be made by mail, online or in person.
The membership has an annual and non-refundable fee of $20. Members of the dog park are issued with a gate code which permits them access to the off-leash facility. This dog park in Conshohocken is a spare piece of city land which has been reconditioned to serve as an off-leash dog park.
It is a little out of the way, but pups don't mind the extra exercise they get when walking to it. It's basically a rectangular patch of grass which has been fenced with chain-link. It has a few benches placed around the border and a trash can in each corner.
The enclosure is for dogs of all sizes, and there's no individual area for toy breeds so supervising them well to make sure they come to no harm is of the utmost importance. The Conshy Dog Park has a set of standard dog park rules which pet parents are expected to comply with.
The one at the top of the list covers the regulations of scooping poop. No poop can be left un-scooped, and that's the end of it. Pet owners should take their own bags so they can fulfill this simple requirement which keeps the dog park clean and prevents the spread of bacterial infections.