Akron Dog Park
Better Akron Recreation For Canines
About B.A.R.C - Akron Dog Park
BARC (Better Akron Recreation for Canines) is a 501 c3 non-profit organization, staffed entirely by volunteers. BARC operates and maintains the Akron Dog Park exclusively through charitable donations from visitors, the public and fundraising events.
In 2004, Akron Dog Park was created as a safe space where canine owners could bring their dogs to exercise and socialize. BARC opened Akron Dog Park with land and initial seed money provided by the City of Akron. Currently, BARC continues to pay rent for the city owned land the dog park is on.
The aim of BARC is to act as a resource for dog owners and to provide not only a safe and welcoming location to socialize, but also an educational experience.
If you'd like to communicate with one or all of BARC's Board Members or Officers, please feel free to contact us.
President - Amanda Miller
Vice-President - Andy Ford
Secretary - Noble Hopkins
Treasurer - open position
Features & Amenities
FREE Year Round Entry
Ample off-street parking
Two secure double gated entry /exit pens
Fenced in grass and gravel terrain for running and play space
Agility obstacles and doggie play equipment
Waste disposal stations (including complimentary bags)
Bench seating and shaded areas
Doggie drink station with fresh running water (seasonal)
Separate Small Dog Park exclusively for dogs weighing 30lbs or less and over 4 months in age.