Dog Lovers

Woof woof!

Which means, “Hey! Human! Letsgoletsgoletsgo! Right now!"


If you have a dog in your family and you haven’t been to Scout Dog Park at Pierce Park or the NEW Dog Park at Hobson Freedom Park…well, our mothers told us if you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing at all.

Seriously, though – there are few (very few) experiences in life as joyous and hilarious as bringing your four-legged family member to one of GCP&T’s specially designed dog parks. Untethered fun. An amazing, almost unbelievable, number of hind ends to smell. Your dog will LOVE their time running around and checking in with you to tell you all about who they’ve met.

Also, and this is no small thing, he or she will Wear. Themselves. Out. You know what we’re talking about. It’s all good. Definitely bring your whole family. Dog owners – especially when their dogs like each other – are friends for life. We don’t want to freak you out or anything but a lot of you are canine in-laws and may not even know it.

What about the rest of the time?

For everyday walk, runs, or bike rides, you have miles and miles of trails right in your back yard. 26 parks. Sixty-two miles of trails. All so you can take those brisk hikes, lazy strolls, or to get in your work out. Bring your dog’s favorite leash and you have the most loyal and loving partner ever.

Call or email us any time with questions. Woooooooof! (Translation: Thank you!)


two dogs playing

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