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Park Rules
Check out College Station's four off-leash dog parks located throughout the city. These unique spaces offer benches, shaded areas, and open spaces to run and socialize. Each park is a safe and fun place for pets and owners.

BARRACKS PARK • 205 Capps Drive
.38 acres
Fenced in, off-leash park
Hydration station
Nearby amenities: volleyball court, horseshoes/washers and picnic shelter

LICK CREEK PARK • 13600 East Rock Prairie Road
515.5 acres
Leash-free park, but your dog is required to be under voice control
3.5 miles of marked nature / bike trails
Great for hiking, bird watching, equestrian activities and nature study

STEEPLECHASE PARK • 301 Westridge Drive
1.5 acres
Fenced in, off-leash park
Wash and hydration station
Nearby amenities: playground, basketball court and picnic shelter

4 acres
Fenced in, off-leash park with small and large dog areas
Swimming ponds
Agility obstacle course
Wash and hydration station
Nearby amenities: playgrounds, jogging/walking loop and picnic shelter

  • Park hours are sunrise to sunset.
  • Female dogs while in heat shall not be permitted to use the dog park.
  • Dogs younger than 4 months of age are not allowed in off-leash parks.
  • Any dog over four months of age must be rabies vaccinated and registered with Brazos County. Registration tags can be purchased through your veterinarian or the Aggieland Humane Society
  • Your dog must wear their current county and rabies vaccination tags. Registration shall cover a period of one year from date of issuance, in conjunction with the date of rabies vaccination.
  • It is an offense to have animals at large. At large means to be free of physical restraint beyond the boundaries of the owner’s premises or designated dog parks. 
  • It is unlawful for any person to fail to clean up after their pet on public property.
  • Acts of aggression against other dogs are prohibited. Dogs must be removed if uncontrollable. 
  • Handlers must stop dogs from digging holes in the park and cover up any holes created by their dogs.

---> Click here to view all park rules and regulations.

---> Pet Owner Brochure (PDF)
---> CSPD Animal Control

For more information, call 979.764.3486, email or visit the Stephen C. Beachy Central Park Office, located at 1000 Krenek Tap Road in College Station.

Last updated: 5/11/2018 11:42:27 AM