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New dog park opens in Mount Airy

The Maryland town of Mount Airy has opened its first dog park.

In the works for 18 months, the Mount Airy Dog Park, located on the grounds of Watkins Park on state Route 27, will hold a grand opening Wednesday, but is already open to dogs and their walkers, according to The Gazette.

Use of the park is free to town residents, whose taxes paid to build it, but they are required to register and get a pass. Residents should bring a water bill to prove residence, and have a county registration tag for their pet.

Non-residents can get passes allowing use of the park for the rest of this year for $15. The fee is $20 starting in 2010.

At 5 p.m. Wednesday, town officials will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The town has spent about $12,000 on the park, mostly for fencing and signs.

Additional improvements – including landscaping, a pergola and pet waste posts, are expected in the future. Routine maintenance will be handled by a nearby resident volunteered to cut the grass in exchange for his two dog’s 2009 entry fees.

Pet owners must sign a waiver when registering their dog, as well as review the rules for the park, which include no aggressive dogs, picking up after their dogs, and not leaving pets unattended.

The special tags required for admittance to the Mount Airy Dog Park. are available at The Pet Loft in the Mount Airy Shopping Center, 309 E. Ridgeville Ave., Mount Airy.

Comments

Comment from Manasse
Time January 1, 2011 at 7:31 pm

Nice point of view. Will come again. Cheers

Comment from zach white
Time May 11, 2013 at 1:56 pm

Is someone setting traps here?

Comment from Kristi Jones
Time January 1, 2014 at 3:45 pm

I just moved to mt. Airy and I am trying to find the park. My dog needs a safe place to run and meet new friends. But I can’t seem to find your park. Need help

Comment from jwoestendiek
Time January 2, 2014 at 7:32 am

If it’s Mount Airy, Maryland you moved to, it’s on state route 27, inside Watkins Park.
If it’s Mt. Airy, NC, I’m not aware of any dog parks there.
I’d suggest Horizons, which is down toward Winston-Salem, Here’s a link:
http://www.co.forsyth.nc.us/Parks/Horizons/dog_park.aspx

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