Stevens Point Dog Park10 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 601 Mason St, Stevens Point, WI 54481, USA, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Tags: Trail, Park, Family And Kids
If your dog is accompanying you in the location of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, then you can certainly spend some quality time with your cute companion visiting the Stevens Point Dog Park. It is a 30 acres wide dog park where you can keep your dog off-leash to let it enjoy its time comfortably. The whole park is fenced, and it is offers suitable and separate zones for both small and large dogs. You can also walk your dog in the wooded areas of this place where nice trails and benches can be spotted easily. The Stevens Point Dog Park authority does not charge any entry fee and you can stay here from 6 AM to 11 PM.
How to Reach Stevens Point Dog Park
- Rented car / taxi
Stevens Point Dog Park Reviews & Ratings
I have been going to the dog park since 2009. It is well maintained throughout all seasons. I appreciate that the park is a free, safe place for my dogs to run, play and meet other dogs. I have met some great dog people at the park and I appreciate having this space in my life for me and my dogs. Highly recommend.
Huge dog park! Lots of space for dogs, can't believe it's so nice and it's free. Will be taking the pup here a lot. I love that they have separate areas for small dogs, but that they're allowed to also go in the large dog area. They have bags there, but no water source which is the only thing I could wish for to improve it.
Very nice park, large enough to go for a walk. Good size small dog area. Only wish there was a restroom for humans!
You can't find another 40-80 acre dog park in nearly all of Wisconsin. Thank God for the donation of this land specifically for a dog park. Just don't be cheap! Some people sneak in and out without paying the measly $4 and or $30 a year park pass which pays for the up keeping.
Absolutely terrible place. The people that go there are low-lifes and are limited in the cranium. There is a man who goes there with a great Dane who likes to report people's dogs for "biting him" and then it causes a whole bunch of hulabaloo. If you need a good dog park go to Standing Rocks Dog park. Much nicer people and the park itself is well maintained and 3 times as big