Montgomery County Bark Park

6790 Webster Street
Dayton, OH 45414

937-898-4457

The Bark Park was built on a closed landfill and it represents a creative use of land which would otherwise go unused. Originally, the landfill was used to dispose of ash that was generated by the Montgomery County Solid Waste District Incinerators when they were in operation. Today, the landfill is closed and is a large hill covered in grass. The large hill is an ideal recreational environment to run your dog.

In keeping with the theme Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle, most of the items in the Bark Park are made from recycled products. For example, all items made of plastic were made from recycled plastic. These recycled plastic items include the agility course, tables, chairs, gazebo, and even the trash cans.

In addition, plastic grocery bags will be reused at the Bark Park as an optional method of waste collection and disposal for dog owners.

Hours: Dawn - Dusk

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