“Open to the Public”        

Confusion over who can use the Bark Park and under what conditions is a frequently asked question.  To answer this question first you need to understand the outside acreage is one part of the total facility and the indoor services or Dog House is something different.

If you want to use the outside facility, off-leash areas, walking trail, calisthenics path, and dock diving you will need to be a member of the Bark Park.  Membership is $150. The second dog, third, etc. is an additional $20.00.  Another popular option is the purchase of a coupon book with 7 visits for $25.00, second dog $7.50.  The coupon book is good for one year from the date of purchase.

The inside facility is a little different and you DO NOT need a Bark Park membership to use these services. These services are “Open to the Public.”  This includes boarding, grooming, laundra-mutt, tidy up bath, and day stay. 

The only “One Size Fits All” is the requirement for vaccinations.  All dogs using any part of the Bark Park must have the following vaccinations.   The required vaccinations are Distemper, Lepto, Bordetella, Rabies, and a negative fecal.  Your vet might also recommend vaccination for Lyme and Canine Influenza.

Corporate memberships for employees is also available.

If you still have questions, give us a call at 814-382-2267

October 8,9,10  the Bark Park will be open but the Dog House will only be open for kennel use.  Hope to see everyone at Pumpkin Fest.  If you have a particular concern call the Bark Park at 814-382-2267 or Sue at 814-671-2809

The Dog House at the Bark Park

12704 Foust Road Conneaut Lake, PA 16316
Tel: 814-382-2267
conneautlakedoghouse@gmail.com


Mask or proof of vaccination is required to enter the Dog House. If you forget your mask, we have one we can give them to use when you visit the Dog House.

Conneaut Lake Bark Park

Unfortunately, due to problems related to the Covid virus, at present we do not have a groomer or grooming service available at this time.  It is hoped that this is a short term situation and grooming services can be restored soon.  

Day Stay at the Bark Park