Location: 1260 Almshouse Road, Warrington
Google Map: Doylestown Dog Park
Hours: 6 am – 9pm (or sunset, whichever comes first)
- Closed for Maintenance: 2nd Tuesday of the Month | 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM
The Doylestown Dog Park is a 3 acre fenced area at Turk Park where dogs are allowed to play off leash. The dog park is divided into three sections: a one-acre large dog area, a one-acre small dog area that is reserved for dogs smaller than 30 pounds and a rotation area that is closed on a rotational basis for rest and maintenance.
The Doylestown Dog Park is open to registered members only. This beautiful space is open to responsible dog lovers, and their well-behaved dogs that are willing to uphold the park system and off-leash area rules and regulations. Membership is valid for one year from registration. We will provide courtesy notices of license vaccine and membership renewal.
Steps to become a member:
Questions, Inquiries, Concerns: Contact the administration office at 215-348-9915 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Doylestown Dog Park is a facility for members, their guests and registered dogs only, requiring a valid key fob to enter. Admitting non-members is strictly prohibited.
These Rules and Regulations have been put in place for the safety of dog park members and their dogs. To ensure safe and enjoyable times for all, members are expected to adhere to all Doylestown Dog Park Rules and Regulations as well as Doylestown Township Park System Rules and Regulations (Chapter 119 Parks and Recreation Areas – Ord. 266) at all times.
The success of the Doylestown Dog Park is due in part to the unique mandatory education session that is required for all park users and submission of dog license, vaccinations and attendance at an educational orientation session. We believe that our requirements result in a better educated participant who understands their responsibility as a dog park user, resulting in a positive experience for all. Register for Orientation [click here]
Dog Park Orientation (attendance required for membership):
1st Time Member Registration > Pre-Orientation
First time registration can be done either immediately following the orientation session or at the Administration office at 425 Wells Road, Doylestown. All required registration materials must be submitted at time of registration. The following are required and will be kept on file:
Dog Park membership is valid for a period of one year. No refunds are made relative to Dog Park membership.
The Dog Park Advisory Board (DPAB) is a group of dog park members, citizens, park and recreation staff and officials that strive to maintain a model dog park and responsible dog ownership in order to promote mutual respect, safety, and enjoyment for all park users.
The DPAB works diligently to monitor overall dog park operations, oversee orientations, review incidents, encourage responsible dog ownership, plan and implement programs, create new opportunities and offer recommendations to improve park guidelines to enhance the dog park and allow all park users to safely enjoy their time at the Dog Park.
Contracted Dog Training Instructor
Susie is the owner of Training Tails Dog Training, a Professional Member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) and recognized by The American Kennel Club as a Canine Good Citizen® (CGC), Temperament Test (ATT) and S.T.A.R. Puppy Program Evaluator. In 2008, she was voted “Favorite Dog Trainer” and in 2010 voted “Best Dog Trainer” by the Greater Philly Tails Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards. She’s been voted “Best of Bucks” or “One of the Best of Bucks” in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Susie served on the Board of Directors for Roxy Reading Therapy Dogs from November 2011 to October 2015 and currently serves as a Board Advisor. She has been a Certified Therapy Dog Evaluator for Bright & Beautiful Therapy Dogs, Inc. since November 2013.
Susie was instrumental in the development of the Doylestown Dog Park and serves as the lead trainer facilitating the dog park orientations.
The Doylestown Township Park and Recreation system continues to be a dog- friendly environment. Dogs are allowed in all parks as long as they are on leashes unless the area is identified as “no dogs” or at the Dog Park. The Park and Recreation Department promotes “Responsible Dog Ownership” which encourages dog owners to show respect for other park users, other dogs, and their own dogs. By practicing responsible ownership, dog owners can positively impact everyone’s experience in our public parks. Information/Registration, click.