The Sirius Dog Park at Dennis P. Collins Park can be easily found next to the Bayonne Bridge. This park is named in honor of “Sirius,” a Yellow Labrador that died on September 11, 2001 detecting bombs in New York. This is a picturesque dog park that was specifically designed to create a happy and safe environment for dogs and pet parents to enjoy.
The fenced-in park has exercise ramps for agility training, shaded areas to relax under while your dog plays and replica fire hydrants. The park provides water fountains for dogs and their owners. You can bring along a water bowl for your dog and a bottle to refill for yourself. The park also provides a doggie poop bag dispenser station.
However, you should always bring your own supply in case the dispenser runs out during your visit. Dog parents are encouraged to clean up after their pets out of respect for the park. Proof of license and vaccinations are required to enter this dog park. Always keep your dog on a leash before and after visiting the dog park.
There is a double gated entrance for the smaller and larger dog breeds areas. You should not unleash your dog until you have safely entered the double gate to assure your dog does not escape. There is also plenty of space in the Sirius Dog Park to enjoy a great time with your dog.
You can run around along side of your dog, play a game of fetch or tug-of-war, and encourage them to play with other dogs on the agility equipment. This is a lovely dog park that is a pleasure to visit regularly. You can socialize your dogs as well as exercise them off-leash. As a pet parent, you can also choose to relax on the benches and watch your dog run around and have fun with others.