The Liberty Dog Park located near Pond Brook Conservation is open for residents of the town and their dogs. This spacious park is fenced-in to prevent your dog from running too far away. It has trees that provide shade on a hot day, benches to relax and a water fountain for dogs.
This dog park is available to Twinsburg residents and their dogs only. Residents are allowed to bring two dogs at a time to the park. Dogs need to have a license tag and their vaccinations up-to-date. This helps keep the park environment healthy and safe for all dogs.
Park rules advise pet parents to use doggie poop bags to clean up after their dogs. All dog waste needs to be thrown into the available trash cans located at the park. Removal of canine feces is mandatory. The dog park provides a doggie waste station for pet parents to use. However, you should always bring along your own supply of doggie poop bags just in case the receptacle is empty at the time of your visit.
Pet parents need to remain inside the dog park area while their dog plays with other dogs. Aggressive dogs need to be removed from the designated dog area on a leash. Dog owners are responsible for their dogs at all times. Injuries or damages caused by your dog need to be resolved directly with the person or property owner.
The dog park is spacious and is an excellent place to play a game of fetch with your dog. Just bring along a ball or toy that your dog will chase. The dog park is sometimes busy. During this time be prepared for other dogs to join in on the game of fetch.
Overall, the Liberty Dog Park is a pleasant residential park that is specially designed for dogs. It also has plenty of room for your dog to get plenty of exercise, play, and socialize with other dogs.