Crooked Creek Dog Park Opens in Indian Trail, North Carolina
Have you heard about Crooked Creek Dog Park? No? Well, it’s all the rage right now. In fact, all the dogs are barking about it! The addition of this dog park really is the talk of the town because it’s only the second dog park to be built in Western Union County. Hard to believe, right? I’m sure you and your dogs will join us is shouting “Hooray, it’s about time!” No more traveling for your dog to socialize with his friends and enjoy some off the leash time!
Crooked Creek Dog Park, located at 5900 Oakwood lane, is conveniently divided into two sections. One area is for large dogs and the other is for small dogs, which allows for a fun-filled, non-threatening experience for dogs of all sizes. Residents may bring up to three dogs into the dog park at no charge. How cool is that?! Free fun – who can argue with that? A reasonable
Labrador Retriever dog against a white backdrop holding a black leash in his mouth as he is waiting to go on a walk.
yearly fee of $50 will be imposed on non-residents who wish to bring in one dog. The non-resident yearly fee for two or three dogs is $75. All dogs wishing to enter the Crooked Creek Dog Park require proof of updated vaccinations. Required vaccinations include: bordetella, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvo and parainfluenza.
For an application and complete list of rules and etiquette, please follow this link. Upon approval, you will receive a key card that allows you to gain entry into Crooked Creek Dog Park from sunrise to sunset. Fill out the application and email it directly to the Recreation Program Coordinator, Katy Keller, KKeller@admin.indiantrail.org, or you may drop it off at the Indian Trail Administrative Building, Cultural Arts Center. Crooked Creek Park is not just for dogs either, follow this link to learn about current and future amenities, which include a playground, walking trails, corn hole, a splash pad and much more!
“In addition to the dog park, Crooked Creek Park also has a one-mile trail people can take their leashed dogs on,” Tryon added. “So whether people want to let their dogs roam around and make new friends in the dog park, or they want to take a jog with their pets on the trail, Crooked Creek Park is definitely a dog-friendly destination.”
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