Found at the end of a gravel road off of Dale Road in rural Woodbury, pups of all sizes can find a pupperdise waiting just for them. Andy's Bark Park is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of city life, and offers 70 acres of sprawling land for your dog to explore.
Mostly fenced with a separate area for timid or tiny pups, this bark park is pawfect for every kind of dog. Once you enter the fenced areas, your dog can ditch the leash and romp freely with other neighborhood canines. Also called Dale Road Open Space and Off-Leash Dog Park, this puptastic stretch of land has it all. Fields and meadows provide a soft and fun space to run and play frisbee. A flatter, graveled area hosts kiddie pools when the weather is nice for doggos who love a cool splash. Water fountains ensures everyone stays well hydrated, though you should bring your own water during colder winter months. And unpaved trails and paths outside the fenced in area are just what hiker pups crave.
For you, there are picnic tables and benches for a rest while you watch your excited dog get out all their wiggles. And a portable restroom is on site year round. Always have clean-up bags on hand for your dog, and be sure to pick up whatever they lay down.
The paved parking lot has ample parking spaces at the entrance to the pup park, but can get filled up on busy weekends, so come early. It has been noted that there is a swampy area to the rear of the park that breeds mosquitoes, so be sure you and your dog are protected. Andy's Bark Park is open for residents and non-residents to enjoy, but only with a Woodbury dog license which runs $10 for two years of furrific fun.
For a truly woofderful day getting back to nature, Andy's Bark Park is sure to have your dog's tail wagging!