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Columbus' Three Creeks Dog Park is wooftastic

Park Rules
Park Rules
Photo taken by Brian Fidler

Three Creeks Dog Park is located at the head of The Creeks - Sycamore Fields Area; 2748 Spangler Road Columbus, OH 43207, just south of Watkins Road, in Southeast Columbus.

First open May 16, 2009; the 4-acre Dog Park is fenced in for off-leash play, with separate enclosures for small- and large-breed dogs. According to Rick Palsgrove, southeast editor, Columbus Messenger, in his article “New Dog Park at Three Creeks” - May 14, 2009. Funding for the $175,000 park came from the capital improvement budget for the City of Columbus: http://www.columbusmessenger.com/NC/0/6305.html

This Dog Park gives people and pets a safe place to socialize. Three Creeks Dog Park is located just a couple minutes walk from the pet-friendly Alum Creek Greenway Trail, adjacent to Sycamore Fields.

When facing the fenced in dog park from the parking lot: small dogs on the left and big dogs on the right. There are concrete picnic benches inside each area and covered trash cans for waste, often bags are available to secure and dispose of pet waste; a Pot-O-Jon is usually on site for the humans and a well pump is available for hydrating your pets.

Directions and Trail Map
Location to the Dog Park and a detail route of the adjacent walking paths: http://www.metroparks.net/MapThreeCreeks.aspx

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