IMPORTANT COVID NOTICE
The Falmouth Dog Park is a town park, managed by the Trustees of the Falmouth Dog Park. In keeping with the emergency order of the Governor, we have recently instituted a rule that requires people in the park to wear a face mask. Although it is possible to maintain social distancing at the park, we are concerned about any situation that may require the occupants to come together and violate the social distance rule. There are two instances that come to mind. When people enter the park with their dog, it is common for other dogs in the park to run to the gate and greet them. This is often followed by the owners running toward the gate to help control their dogs while the new person enters. The second instance is during a canine disagreement, when owners rush to intervene. In both of these situations, it is impossible to social distance. Rest assured that the Trustees have worked closely with the Town of Falmouth to come up with rules that allow our park top remain open, unlike others on the Cape.
The Falmouth Dog Park was created to provide a welcoming, safe and environmentally - sensitive dog park for use by residents, visitors, and their pets. The Dog Park is handicap-accessible, open from dawn to dusk, and is free of charge.
257 Brick Kiln Road
East Falmouth, MA 02536
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Remember that we always have an emergency horn in the red box mounted on the fence between the all dog and time out/acclimation area fence. A quick blow of the horn gives dog owners enough time to grab a stunned dog and separate them; and tossing a bowl of water works too!
The park is open from dawn to 8pm.
Water availability: there is a water bubbler located in all dog and small dog areas, and a human bubbler in the all dog area. Simply press on the button and water will flow into the dish for them. You are welcome to bring your own dishes, but we ask that you do not leave them behind.
Waste stations: there are four waste stations with mutt mitt dispensers at the park as well as a mutt mitt dispenser at the head of the Lollipop Trail. We encourage you to bring your own bags to clean up after your dog, but we do provide them as well.
Solar lights: there are two solar street lights that will turn on at dusk and turn off two hours after the park closes at 8pm so that you can safely get in and out of your car and into the park and play area.
We have added a new page to the site to hold our newsletters. You can download and print them. The newsletters have been posted here.
We are always looking for people that can help us run and maintain the Dog Park. We need help in keeping the Park clean, helping at fundraising events, and with publicity. If you have a desire to help, read more...
Please make donations payable to:
Falmouth Dog Parks
The Dog Park Fund
P.O. Box 93
East Falmouth, MA 02536
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