Is Spike in search of some doggy play within a massive fenced-in area? Then you both will enjoy the three-acred and off-leash Villages of Bear Creek Dog Bark Park, in Euless, Texas. Not only is this park massive, but there are also some great amenities that your furry friend will appreciate.
Since Texas gets steamy, Spike will wag that tongue at the doggy water fountain. And after some time rolling around in the dirt, your canine will excitedly cool down at the doggy rinse station. Spike's two-legged friends will be happy sitting in the shade underneath the tree or lounging under the canopied picnic table.
The Villages of Bear Creek Dog Bark Park is also beneficial for Spike's socialization skills because the park is rarely empty, and a couple of other dogs always seem to be around. Spike can chase the other pooches into the shade or shower them with love bites.
The City of Euless manages the Villages of Bear Creek Dog Bark Park and does an excellent job of keeping the lawn mowed. The city also takes care of the muddy areas after a rainstorm, although not many of those happen in this Texas park.
In addition to Spike rolling and running around, your four-legged friend will love the large rocks within the fence to scratch, climb, or run circles around. There are a few of these massive clay-colored boulders that are not only eye appealing, but fun for pooches of all ages to explore.
If Spike is small, no problem as there are two separate spaces for large dogs over 40 pounds and small dogs under 40 pounds. Each area comes equipped with poop bags so owners should not have a hard time cleaning up after their furbabies and keeping this stellar park poop free.
The Villages of Bear Creek Dog Bark Park also has a small but pristine agility course so that Spike can run through some tunnels. All while dog owners take in the beautiful view of the park and the forest nearby. Spike will salivate over this beautiful, shady dog park located in Euless, Texas.