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Old 12-23-2019, 03:33 PM
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Thumbs up Bark Park of Wildwood.

Bark Park - The City of Wildwood, Florida

Checked this out after a friend had mentioned it and that she went there often.

It is just off of Powell Road.

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I've always liked Wildwood's Bark Park.

The Villages could learn a few things from Wildwood and plant some trees in the ones we have here.
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It has trees and benches. That's nice. It does have a lot of dirt, though, because grass is not growing under the big trees. But you can't have everything, unless you go to Doggy Doo Run Run. But Bark Park is pleasant, and if it's dry, the dirt brushes out of the dog's coat. It's also closer to 466A for folks in that area.
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It has trees and benches. That's nice. It does have a lot of dirt, though, because grass is not growing under the big trees. But you can't have everything, unless you go to Doggy Doo Run Run. But Bark Park is pleasant, and if it's dry, the dirt brushes out of the dog's coat. It's also closer to 466A for folks in that area.
My friend lives somewhere down there I believe. She used to come to Doggie Doo Run Run often but found Bark Park easier to get to.

Bark Park is kind of a long haul from Lynnhaven. And the turn onto Powell Road going north is kind of a difficult one if there is a lot of traffic.
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