The Warren Close Bark Park officially opened in 2010 and has been upgraded and improved since then to the pleasure of park goers and pets. Located at KD Park, there are a plethora of other activities and amenities featured such as parking stalls for people who would like to drive to the park, hiking paths, fishing, and other non-motorized watercraft activities. Non-motorized watercraft is not available so you must bring your own.
Pet parents are allowed to take their canines to the hiking paths with them, but they have to be on a leash at all times. There is a poop bag dispenser for the convenience of pet parents. Dog poop must be disposed of properly and not left lying around. Some of the most popular activities in the vicinity are picnicking and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during winter time.
There is a small shelter house up the hill of the Warren Close Bark Park, and canines seem to love running up and down it, getting their exercise and socializing with other dogs. The separate areas for small and large dogs are perfect for ensuring safety and preventing fights.
There is a daily fee of $2 for residents and $5 for non-residents which can be paid in the vicinity. Pet parents who want to use the park frequently will save money by getting the annual fee which is worth it because it is for the maintenance of the improvement of the parks.
The yearly fee is $20 for residents and $25 for non-residents. Daily fee envelopes and collection boxes are at the entrance of the Warren Close Bark Park, and visitors are expected to keep the tear-off tab with them at all times while using the dog park. Upon purchase, a dog tag will be issued and should be on the dog’s collar while in the park.