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Myrtle beach dog park

Mallard lake drive
Myrtle beach, SC 29577
704-625-8245

User Reviews (3)

  • 1. Myrtle Beach Bark Park

    by: nenenene

    Great place to take the dog to play outside especially at the beach where there is not alot of places you can really take the animals and let them run loose and get much needed exercise.

    Pros

    It is great to have somewhere to take your dog for a day of fun outdoors.

    Cons

    Need to have one further inland towards Conway

  • 2. Barc Park

    by: fatdogcrazycat

    The Barc Park at the former Air Force Base is a great place to take your dogs. They have two different areas, both fenced in. The larger area has a lake. Let your dogs run wild and burn off energy. Dogs and owners seem to have a good time. But remember when you go to the dog park you will probably get dirty. So don't wear your Sunday's best and get upset when a dog jumps on you. It is the DOG park!!!

    Pros

    Fun for dogs

    Cons

    None

  • 3. The Myrtle Beach Dog Park's Reviews

    by: MyrtleBeach

    This dog park has its own lake for dogs to play in and shade structures for the people. There are small and large dog areas, with a bathroom and another entrance near the smaller dog area.\n\nReviews:\n\n1) Myrtle Beach Barc Park\nPosted May 26th, 2008 by Visitor\nMy husband and I take our golden retriever to Barc Park at least once a week. We come all the way from Calabash, NC. Sophie, our dog, loves it! She can't get enough of fetching the ball out of the pond.\n\n THERE IS A BATHROOM AND ANOTHER ENTRANCE down from the smaller dog area. You just have to drive just a tiny bit farther down.\n\nI just wish there were another Barc Park in North Myrtle Beach so we wouldn't have to drive so far. It's 40 miles one way for us.\n\n2) Myrtle Beach Bark Park\nPosted May 5th, 2008 by Visitor\nWe live in the area and often take our dogs to the Bark Park. It is a wonderful experience for the dogs -- it teaches them sociability and for the most part, most dogs are friendly and not aggressive.\n\nHowever, on our recent trip there, we found the regular parking lot fenced up and the gates locked on the street side of the park. A new parking lot was added in the back and access to the large, pond area could only be accessed through the smaller enclosed area. Usually, I don't go through there because during morning hours, there is a coffee clatch of people there with rather unfriendly dogs, and I wish to avoid those dogs. Now it is the only way in. Also, my husband lost his leg a few years ago, and doesn't have the stamina to walk the distance needed to access the larger area. He was forced to sit in the car while I played with the dogs.\n\nI love the bark park and will continue to go, but it really should be accessible by handicapped people and there should be a separate access to the larger area.\n\nI might also add that there used to be a porta potty there and didn't see one this time. It's still a great place for your dog. And my dogs do not care about anything I have just said. They had a great time anyway.\n\n\nMyrtle Beach Bark Park\nPosted May 5th, 2008 by Visitor\nWe live in the area and often take our dogs to the Bark Park. It is a wonderful experience for the dogs -- it teaches them sociability and for the most part, most dogs are friendly and not aggressive.\n\nHowever, on our recent trip there, we found the regular parking lot fenced up and the gates locked on the street side of the park. A new parking lot was added in the back and access to the large, pond area could only be accessed through the smaller enclosed area. Usually, I don't go through there because during morning hours, there is a coffee clatch of people there with rather unfriendly dogs, and I wish to avoid those dogs. Now it is the only way in. Also, my husband lost his leg a few years ago, and doesn't have the stamina to walk the distance needed to access the larger area. He was forced to sit in the car while I played with the dogs.\n\nI love the bark park and will continue to go, but it really should be accessible by handicapped people and there should be a separate access to the larger area.\n\nI might also add that there used to be a porta potty there and didn't see one this time. It's still a great place for your dog. And my dogs do not care about anything I have just said. They had a great time anyway.\n\nMyrtle Beach Bark Park\nPosted May 5th, 2008 by Visitor\nWe live in the area and often take our dogs to the Bark Park. It is a wonderful experience for the dogs -- it teaches them sociability and for the most part, most dogs are friendly and not aggressive.\n\nHowever, on our recent trip there, we found the regular parking lot fenced up and the gates locked on the street side of the park. A new parking lot was added in the back and access to the large, pond area could only be accessed through the smaller enclosed area. Usually, I don't go through there because during morning hours, there is a coffee clatch of people there with rather unfriendly dogs, and I wish to avoid those dogs. Now it is the only way in. Also, my husband lost his leg a few years ago, and doesn't have the stamina to walk the distance needed to access the larger area. He was forced to sit in the car while I played with the dogs.\n\nI love the bark park and will continue to go, but it really should be accessible by handicapped people and there should be a separate access to the larger area.\n\nI might also add that there used to be a porta potty there and didn't see one this time. It's still a great place for your dog. And my dogs do not care about anything I have just said. They had a great time anyway.\n\nMyrtle Beach Bark Park\nPosted May 5th, 2008 by Visitor\nWe live in the area and often take our dogs to the Bark Park. It is a wonderful experience for the dogs -- it teaches them sociability and for the most part, most dogs are friendly and not aggressive.\n\nHowever, on our recent trip there, we found the regular parking lot fenced up and the gates locked on the street side of the park. A new parking lot was added in the back and access to the large, pond area could only be accessed through the smaller enclosed area. Usually, I don't go through there because during morning hours, there is a coffee clatch of people there with rather unfriendly dogs, and I wish to avoid those dogs. Now it is the only way in. Also, my husband lost his leg a few years ago, and doesn't have the stamina to walk the distance needed to access the larger area. He was forced to sit in the car while I played with the dogs.\n\nI love the bark park and will continue to go, but it really should be accessible by handicapped people and there should be a separate access to the larger area.\n\nI might also add that there used to be a porta potty there and didn't see one this time. It's still a great place for your dog. And my dogs do not care about anything I have just said. They had a great time anyway.\n\nMyrtle Beach Bark Park\nPosted May 5th, 2008 by Visitor\nWe live in the area and often take our dogs to the Bark Park. It is a wonderful experience for the dogs -- it teaches them sociability and for the most part, most dogs are friendly and not aggressive.\n\nHowever, on our recent trip there, we found the regular parking lot fenced up and the gates locked on the street side of the park. A new parking lot was added in the back and access to the large, pond area could only be accessed through the smaller enclosed area. Usually, I don't go through there because during morning hours, there is a coffee clatch of people there with rather unfriendly dogs, and I wish to avoid those dogs. Now it is the only way in. Also, my husband lost his leg a few years ago, and doesn't have the stamina to walk the distance needed to access the larger area. He was forced to sit in the car while I played with the dogs.\n\nI love the bark park and will continue to go, but it really should be accessible by handicapped people and there should be a separate access to the larger area.\n\nI might also add that there used to be a porta potty there and didn't see one this time. It's still a great place for your dog. And my dogs do not care about anything I have just said. They had a great time anyway.\n\n\n

    Pros

    2 sections-training side-lake side, Very Lage Lake + Island

    Cons

    N/A