GRANBY'S PUBLIC DOG PARK IS MANAGED AND MAINTAINED BY
P. O. Box 334, Granby, CT
GRANBY D.O.G.G.S. PARK- Opened since November 2005
Off Leash Canine Swim
Fundraiser for the
Granby D.O.G.G.S. Park
12:00pm - 3:00pm
$10.00 per dog --- Cash/Checks only
No credit cards accepted!
Per the state of Connecticut's Covid 19 requirements for outdoor gatherings, the attendance number will be monitored in order to stay at 100 people at a time.
Social Distancing of 6 feet
the Wearing of Masks are encouraged!
THE GRANBY D.O.G.G.S. PARK IS AN OFF-LEASH DOG PARK LOCATED WITHIN SALMON BROOK PARK ON SALMON BROOK STREET IN GRANBY,CT. THE ONLY AREA WHERE DOGS ARE PERMITTED TO BE OFF-LEASH IS IN THE D.O.G.G.S. PARK. IT'S BEEN REPORTED THAT SOME DOG OWNERS ALLOW THEIR DOGS TO PLAY OFF-LEASH IN THE BALL FIELDS, SOCCER FIELDS AND OTHER AREAS AT THE PARK AND IT'S CREATING A SANITATION PROBLEM BECAUSE NO ONE IS PICKING UP THEIR DOG'S POOP. IF YOU'RE VISITING OUR DOG PARK, PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL OF SALMON BROOK PARK'S RULES AND KEEP YOUR DOG ON A LEAD UNTIL YOU ARE SAFELY INSIDE THE DESIGNATED OFF-LEASH AREA. THANK YOU!
ATTENTION PARK VISITORS
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL PARK VISITORS, PLEASE OBSERVE OUR POSTED PARK RULES. VISITORS WHO DO NOT OBSERVE PARK RULES WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE PARK PER ORDER OF THE TOWN OF GRANBY.
AND ANOTHER MESSAGE TO OUR PARK VISITORS: We hope you and your dog(s) enjoy your visits to Granby's public off-leash canine park. Although D.O.G.G.S. falls under the auspices of the Parks Department for the Town of Granby, we do not receive any public funds to manage and maintain the park. Without private donations, we wouldn't have the funds we need to keep the park open to the general public. If you haven't already made a donation to support the park, please consider making a donation today. Your donation is tax deductible (CT residents) and will go a long way in keeping our park maintained throughout the year. For more information, check out our brochures at the park or, click here to print a donation form and mail it in to us today.
"A dog is the only thing on this earth that loves you more than he loves himself."