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Welcome to Central Bark – Washington County’s New Dog Park!

Welcome to Central Bark – Washington County’s New Dog Park!

 
HAGERSTOWN, MD (January 4, 2022) – Washington County Parks and Recreation announce the opening of Central Bark located within Marty Snook Park. Located at the west end of Marty Snook Park next to the volleyball courts, Central Bark is a new dog park with designated fenced-in play areas for both large and small dogs. Gates will open at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, for this new area. The dog park will operate during the same hours as Marty Snook Park.
 
The existing dog run next to Halfway Little League fields will be closed and will no longer be available as a dog park/run area.
 
 
For additional questions or information, please contact Washington County Public Relations & Marketing at [email protected].
 
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