Rogers Park Off-Leash Dog Park


Photo of Rogers Park Off-Leash Dog Park - Tacoma, WA
E L St & E Wright Ave
(253) 305-1060
Dog Friendly Spot
Bring your pets to visit Tacoma's first off-leash dog park. The fully fenced off-leash area has a newly updated drinking fountain, bench and shelter. It is a perfect place for dogs to exercise and socialize
Located at East 34th street and East 'L' street, Rogers Park serves Tacoma's eastside area near the old Roger's Elementary School. In addition to the off-leash area, the park features play equipment, a hard surface play area and shelter.

Dog Park Etiquette:
•Keep your dog from jumping on or interfering with other people and their dogs.
•Off leash does not mean out of control. Aggressive dogs must be removed immediately.
•Dogs cannot be left in the park unattended.
•Dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations and dog license.
•Females in heat are not allowed in the park.
•Pick up and properly dispose of your dogs waste. It's the law.
•Have your dog on a leash when entering and leaving the park.
•Make sure that only one gate is open at a time.
•Use the park at your own risk.

If you would like to volunteer to help maintain the dog park, call 253-305-1060.

Comments

3 Comments about Rogers Park Off-Leash Dog Park
"I found this on a website that lists dog parks in the state of Washington, and it attracted me because it was near I-5.  I thought it would be a good place to stretch my legs and let my dog get some exercise since we were on the road. The park is a small fenced park but open with grass, rocks, dirt, and wood chips.  I would say its roughly the size of a half football field- don't quote me on that!  There is a small children park right next to the dog park.  There isn't a parking lot so be prepared to park on the streets. Overall- I was disappointed because the park was small.   I checked the website when I got home to learn more about the park. I was ready to give it a one but I had to change it to a 2 since its the f..."
"My pup and I went to Rogers Off-Leash park today (a Monday afternoon) and had a lot of fun! The dog park is a bit small compared to a few other "dog parks", but served its purpose of giving my dog a place to run run run and chase a ball. It is in a residential area, so space is limited and the fact that this exists there is appreciated! Other dogs (and owners!) played nice. After meeting some other pups we were able to get a corner to ourselves. A bonus is that there is a view of Mount Rainier! Park on East L St.; there is one easily accessible parking spot in the alley on the side of the park. The water was still off for the winter, luckily I had some in the car. Hopefully the water will be on soon..."
"Nice Park. Provisions: water fountain, pooper bags, covered kiosk bulletin board, benches and picnic tables around perimeter, no holes in the fence and sloped on one side to take advantage of agility training. Also, Handicapped parking space on one side. Mostly nice pets/owners. Sometimes there seems to be a grouping of  tough guys that get a little too "pack mentality" for my liking, but Im a small dog owner so we just go elsewhere or walk around the neighborhood, which is really very scenic. Only gripe---Not enough scooping going on, people!! You know the drill!..."

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