The first of the three off leash dog parks in Sheridan, the Lions Club Dog Park is the most pawtastic place in town! This fully fenced in area takes up half of Lions Club Park where people from the community relax, and kids and pups love to come to play.
While this furbulously open park doesn't have separate sections for small and large dogs, it does feature a large area where pups of all sizes can mingle without leashes on a soft grass surface. Bring a frisbee or ball, cause there's plenty of space to run! Picnic tables are inside the dog area for pet parents to use while their dogs romp with friends. In the warmer months, kiddie pools are filled, giving pooches a place to splash and cool off. Be sure to bring clean-up bags, and scoop anything your pup puts down to help keep this dogzone clean. Your pup will also appreciate clean drinking water too!
The other side of Lions Park is for the humans, and features a pawsome playground with a mulch covering. There's also parking available, more picnic tables, and a basketball court for the two-legged athletes in your family. Dogs are allowed to roam the unfenced area in Lions Club Park, but do need to be leashed outside the dog park.
Open year round, seven days a week, Lions Club Park is a premiere pup destination. The dog park area tends to be busy, often with 20 plus dogs enjoying the space during the peak hours of noon and 5 pm. Owners bring pups here not just for some exercise, but also to socialize with the woofderful community of dogs parents. The city of Sheridan does ask that your pup be vaccinated and wear ID and rabies tags on their collars, for the safety of all the dogs and people.
For a puptastic time your dog won't furget, head to the Lions Club Dog Park!