Freedom Barks Dog Park
The volunteers of Freedom Barks Dog Park take great pride in maintaining a vibrant atmosphere for our community to enjoy.
If you are interested in volunteering at our events and/or joining our committee, please contact us at or on our Facebook page for Freedom Barks Dog Park.
Our winter apparel, coffee mug, and tote bag feature a brand new design that was created by local artist and Freedom Barks Dog Park patron, Faith Branstetter.
Please click HERE to view more of Faith's artwork and shop, including her pet portraits on her website.
Our Bonfire Store is now open!
Click HERE to check it out!
Thank you to everyone who ordered from our first batch of products! We are looking forward to seeing Faith's design being worn out and about at Freedom Barks!
Our second batch of products will be launched on 11/25, closed on December 1st and shipped to you by 12/21 at the latest.
Please note that our other merchandise is still available for pick-up at the park, but stock is running low!
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at
2019 YEAR IN REVIEW
2019 was a successful year for Freedom Barks, Inc. because of the generosity of our field sponsors: Village Veterinary Hospital, Scafidi, Cranston & Associates, and Champs Dog House; and support from Ott's Tavern and P.J. Whelihan's Pub. We held two PUP Days where we were able to maintain the beauty of the dog park by painting the agility equipment and bridges, filling holes, and planting spring bulbs. In addition to the support of our sponsors; donations from our dedicated park patrons and assistance from a local Boy Scout troop allowed Freedom Barks, Inc. to continue to afford dog waste removal in the dog park, refurbish our field signs, and post color coded trail markers with coordinating park maps. We thank you all for your ongoing support and look forward to a great 2020.