Dogs need play time too!

The Fergus Dog Park on Glengarry Crescent in the north of town offers a beautiful, natural setting where dogs can interact freely, get some quality exercise running off-leash, and develop their social skills.

The five-acre park, bordered by trees and wetlands, offers plenty of open space for ball throwing, a bark mulch trail for walking, and a nine-piece agility course for more disciplined play time. Thanks to the efforts of regular park users and volunteers, our dog park is also one of the cleanest parks around.

The Fergus Dog Park welcomes all healthy, vaccinated dogs of good temperament, regardless of size.

As a visitor to the park we hope you’ll love it as much as we do and will do your part to take care of it. Please take the time to read the park rules posted at the entrance and on our website.

History and operations

The Fergus Dog Park was officially opened as a permanent facility in March of 2011, but began as a pilot project back in the fall of 2009. Today it is visited by hundreds of dogs each week.

The park is not fenced, but offers a natural barrier that serves as fencing for most dogs. A water tap is available at the entrance to the park.

Park operations are fully funded by the Township of Centre Wellington. Dog owners, both Centre Wellington residents and those visiting the area, are welcome to use the park without membership fees.

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