Bark Park

Downtown Activity Center: 215 SW A Street Community Center: 1101 SW Citizens Circle
Hours vary by facility
Downtown Activity Center: 479-464-PARK (7275) Community Center: 479-696-0200
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2400 N. Walton Blvd.

Hours of Operation:

Sunrise to Sunset; closed Wednesday mornings from 7AM - 10AM for maintenance.

The Bentonville Bark Park is a 1.3 acre off-leash recreation area for dogs and dog lovers, just west of the North Bentonville Trail.  The primary purpose is to provide exercise and socialization opportunities for our four-legged friends while promoting responsible dog ownership through events and programs. The fenced in area includes seperate sections for large dogs, small dogs, and an agility course.


Electric No
Restroom Yes
Playground No
Picnic Tables No
Parking Spaces 79
Water Fountains Yes
Benches 6
Dog Station Yes
Dog Play Area Small, Large, & Agility

The Bark Park began as a Girl Scout Gold Award project for Melissa Schube and turned into a community-wide effort to raise money to build Bentonville's first dog park.  Nearly $150,000 in donations was raised.  A huge Thank You goes out to:

  • American Safety Razor
  • Wiolson/Schopper
  • Nestle Purina
  • Fredrick Lutz
  • Del Monte Foods
  •  Kim Ochlerking
  • Aspen Pet Products
  • Beth Zahler
  • Andrea Klokow
  • Mary Heman
  • Jamie Fox
  • Carol Hudson

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