Raising Cane’s Dog Park is a public dog park located at the City-Brooks Community Park in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In addition to the dog park, the 154-acre community park is home to a splash pad, meditation labyrinth, a 50-acre lake for fishing, a historic golf course, tennis courts and tennis center, and the Baton Rouge Gallery. Every member of the family will find something fun to do at this great park, not just the furry, four-legged one!
The Raising Cane’s Dog Park was opened in May 2018 and has since become a popular destination for the dog-owners in the community. It has a simple, spacious layout that consists of a main, large dog area and a small dog section. The small dog enclosure can be found at the center of the dog park under a big tree and behind the shaded benches.
It is very small, often causing people to miss it entirely and instead allowing their tiny furballs to run around with the bigger hounds. Therefore, if your pooch can’t keep up with dogs of all breeds and sizes, this might not be the best park for you. On the other hand, it is a great park for canines that enjoy playing with others as the run provides more than enough space for them to explore and stretch their legs.
The Raising Cane’s Dog Park has lots of benches and tall, mature trees that provide plenty of shade, thus allowing both dogs and their owners to cool off when it’s too sunny or hot. In addition to that, there are water fountains and kiddie pools for dogs to enjoy during the summer.
The dog park’s surface consists of a mix of grass and dirt so playtime can get very muddy after it has rained or around the water hose area so make sure to bring a towel for your pooch’s paws to avoid a mess in your car. Also, make sure to clean up after your dog if you visit this well-maintained dog park and take advantage of the conveniently placed trash cans and provided dog waste bags. Restrooms are easily accessible and can be found close to the playground area.