People and their dogs hanging out at Bark Park at Hometown Heroes

The 3.68-acre Bark Park has dedicated spaces for small and large dogs, and both areas include agility equipment like stairs, hoops, tunnels, and hurdles. Dogs can rehydrate after playtime at the doggie drinking fountains. If you need a place to sit and rest while your pup frolics, grab a seat on one of the dog-bone-shaped benches. In the event your dog gets a little dirty, there are two washing stations outside the park. While you’re visiting, grab a selfie with one of the dog sculptures out front made from repurposed scrap metal, including wrenches, spark plugs, and even golf club heads.

The park is open 6 days a week from 7:30 a.m. to sunset, and is closed every Tuesday for routine maintenance and will also be closed during inclement weather.


Dog park is open from 7:30 a.m. to sunset. Closed Tuesday for maintenance. 

Closed on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.

Dog park may be closed due to inclement weather.

  • Dogs under four months of age, female dogs in heat, and sick dogs are not allowed.


  • Your dog must be licensed, vaccinated, and wear an appropriate collar with tags. Pinch collars, prong, choke, spike, etc. are not allowed.


  • Dogs must be removed from the park at the first sign of aggression.


  • Owners / handlers must immediately clean up by picking up waste and filling any holes created by their dog.


  • Under no circumstances are you allowed to leave your dog or child unsupervised in the park.


  • All children must be accompanied by an adult and should not be allowed to play unattended.


  • Food, smoking, and glass containers are prohibited.


  • Owners / handlers must leash and unleash their dog within the double-gated entrance.


  • The City of League City reserves the right to require any dog and/or any owner / handler to immediately leave the Bark Park at Countryside and/or Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside at any time.


  • Owners are liable for damage or injury inflicted by their dog(s). This means owners are legally and financially responsible for their dog’s behavior. The City of League City has no liability or responsibility for injuries in the dog park.


Caution: Dogs not vaccinated are more susceptible to getting respiratory infections.