The Core Creek Dog Park is a section of the Core Creek Park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, where dogs can be exercised off-leash. Before gaining access to this dog park, owners are required to register their fur baby with the Department of Parks and Recreation. First-time applicants for membership must present themselves in person at the parks office. Renewals of previous memberships can be completed online.
Before acquiring the coded access card to this dog park in Bucks County, owners must complete an application form, sign a liability waiver and present their dog's vaccination certificates and license. There is also an annual fee payable at the time of the application which is $35 for residents and $50 for non-residents.
There is no getting away with saying you are a resident when you're not. It is a requisite for residents to provide proof of residency before they get the discounted price to the Core Creek Dog Park. Losing the card and getting a replacement carries the nominal fee of $5.
The access cards owners are issued with a code to operate either the gate to the large or small dog off-leash area, not both. The small pup section has an entry weight limit of twenty-eight pounds. There are no accidental mishaps of a pup being let off their leash on the wrong side here.
The parks' division has it all under control. The cards are also only issued to pet owners over eighteen, which is the minimum age allowable for taking responsibility for a dog in the Core Creek Dog Park off-leash areas. It is worth going through the rigmarole of making the application as this is a nice dog park.
Plenty of grass on both sides, trees, and lots of regular visitors, so the dogs get to know each other and socialize better. Both small and large dog areas are well furnished with waste stations and dog-friendly water fountains. For owners, there are a few benches set out around the perimeter fencing. Check out the Core Creek Dog Park today.