|Address:||Kingston, MA 02364, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Thursday:||Open 24 hours|
|Friday:||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday:||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday:||Open 24 hours|
Boneyard Dog Park is located in Plymouth County of Massachusetts state. . You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Boneyard Dog Park quickly are 41.9793162 ,-70.7153789
Boneyard park is great. It is an awesome community. I recommend going in the morning or evening if you want alot of dogs to be there. Mid afternoons are usually quiet. This park has water fountains for the pups, poop bags and a poop barrel, everything you need in one place! You do technically need to get a pass at the Kingston town hall,(you need your dogs records for their shots) but you can come either way and hang out! It's awesome because your dogs get to go crazy with the wide open space and obstacles and the owners can all sit around and chat!
Some advice though, keep an eye on your dog. If your dog is acting out then correct them and if they don't listen and are impeding on other dogs ability to play then please leave. This is the only thing that's a negative but it has nothing to do with the park but more so people who do not handle their dogs properly. We all have different tricks and techniques so if your dog has behavior issues we can bounce ideas off each other and help you out! Also keep and eye out for Steve the dog trainer because he's the absolute best. Any questions you can always ask Steve ????
This is an awesome dog park for friendly dogs- big or small. I own a dog walking company and I bring my clients here whenever I can! There is a section for big dogs and another section for small dogs. Totally fenced in....lots of balls and toys to play with and a water fountain for both dogs and people.
This a great place to take your furry friend. The pups had a great time. Just make sure you remember to get your permit from town hall before you go (especially if you're not from Kingston).
Wonderful place to socialize your dog, with a separate fenced in area for those with smaller dogs. It gets breezy, though, so make sure to bring a windbreaker or fleece with you!