Bark Park

350 E Racetrack Rd Henderson, NV 89015

Hours Today

6AM-11PM

  • Dog Runs: 3
  • Footing: Grass
  • Lights: Until 12AM
  • Parking Type: Lot
  • Breed Restrictions: None!
  • Wifi: No

The Bark Park is a favorite of Las Vegas dog owners for its eclectic design and unique features. The park is built with modern, powder-coated black fencing and separated into two "recommended" run sizes for dogs under 35LBS and for dogs over 35LBS. A third run, designated for dogs of all sizes, features a fun obstacle course with built-in agility equipment! Including weave-poles, jumps, tunnels, and a teeter totter.

There is a restroom centrally located between the dog runs, and walking trails leading around the perimeter of the park as a whole. Dog owners love the Bark Park for its covered seating, water fountains, and accessible design. The Bark Park is popular with families and children of all ages.

The Bark Park is noted for being especially clean with very little poop ever left on the grass.

Amenities

  • Benches
  • Covered Seating
  • Obstacle Course
  • Picnic Tables
  • Poop Bags
  • Splash Pad(s)
  • Trashcan(s)
  • Trees
  • Water Tap(s)
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Dog Park Etiquette

  1. Dogs that are aggressive are not allowed in the park.
  2. Do not bring food or dog treats into the dog park. Many owners do not feed treats, and some dogs are allergic.
  3. Do not leave water bowls at the dog park. These are a breeding ground for viruses and bacteria.
  4. Please do not bring any toys that your dog may be overly attached to. These items may provoke possessive-aggressive behavior and can be destroyed through rough play.
  5. You must be in control of your dog at all times. Basic obedience training is a must for safely enjoying any dog park!
  6. Owners must clean up after their dogs. There are plastic bags and trash receptacles provided.
Please Note

Dogs must be on a leash and under owner's control in all county parks.

Owners whose dogs are off-leash will be given a warning, and will be cited for the second infraction. Owners whose dogs are off-leash and are deemed a threat by Park Police will be cited immediately with no warning. The citation carries a fine of $250.

Clark County / Parks & Recreation / Dog Parks