Rochester Dog Park located in New Hampshire is a private park for canines supported by the Rochester Dog Owners’ Group. Your four-legged best friend will enjoy this private and fenced dog haven which also includes a separate enclosure for tiny and timid canines. This safe and pleasant place for canines is open all year-round for dogs to exercise in, roam and socialize off-leash. The park was constructed on land donated by the Waste Management.
Smaller than most dog parks at only half an acre, it is a good enough place to take Spike if you live nearby and want to take out your pooch for a walk after work. We all know what a day spent cooped up in the house with nothing to spend their energy on can do to your dog. However, if you are used to a place with agility equipment and lots of devices for your dogs to play with, you might be a little disappointed with this place as it is bare.
Dog scooper bags are not given for free, so pet parents have to bring some for their use. There are waste receptacles all throughout the park, so everyone is advised to use them for the disposal of dog waste. There is no free drinking water, so pet parents must bring their water jug with enough water for themselves and their dogs.
There is limited shade, so it helps to avoid going to the park in the early afternoons when the sun is at its strongest. Membership is a requirement to be able to use the park and its facilities. There is an annual fee of $20 which starts from the 1st of May and ends on the 30th April of the next year. A complimentary one-day pass can be given for those who are not members.