Truitt Bark Park opened in June of 2017, and has earned two paws up from people and their pooches alike since day one! The two on-premise runs are lined with a surface of crushed granite to ensure your pooch doesn't slip and fall during his day of fun. One of the play spaces is reserved for small pooches to pawrty, while the other play area is for larger dogs to enjoy. Your best canine pal will have a blast at Truitt Bark Park not just because of the new canine furiends they'll make, but also because they will get the opportunity to really stretch their legs here. Your pupperoni can leave the leash at the door, but you'll still need to carry one with you as Fido must remain on a lead if you decide to peruse the family furiendly portions of Brooks Truitt Park.
Truitt Bark Park is a pawpular spot for its many pawrific amenities including well-lit play areas, plentiful shade, and public art installations. But you'll want to pack a bag before heading out for the playground as you will need bottled water, cleanup bags, and maybe even a snack or two.
Truitt Bark Park limits the number of doggoes per person to two. In addition to this, you'll need to stop by city hall to pick up a current city dog license tag for Fido's collar.
For a furrific time at a doggone great doggy hotspot, bring Fido and the fam to visit Truitt Bark Park. It's a barking great place!