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Rotary Dog Park

The four-acre park is located in Community Park on Rt.19 in Cranberry Township. It was built by the Township’s Public Works Department with a lead contribution of $45,000 from the Cranberry Rotary Club, and features separate off-leash running areas for large and small dogs, as well as a second fenced space for large dogs to enable rotation of active play areas so that the fields can recover from wear and tear.  

  • Handicap-accessible fountain outfitted with drinking heads for people and dogs

  • Double-gate entry system allowing dogs to enter without letting others out

  • Clean-up bag dispenser

  • Agility obstacle

Please enjoy the Dog Park safely

There is no charge to use the Park, and it is open during daylight hours. Parking is adjacent to the facility, allowing dog-owners to bring their pets in and out of Community Park without walking through established child play areas.The dog park is not supervised, and visitors are asked to review and adhere to the posted rules regarding clean-up and allowable pet behavior.

No-leash Dog Park Rules

  • Use park at your own risk.

  • Owners are legally responsible for the behavior of their dog at all times.

  • Dogs are to be leashed before entering and leaving the No-Leash fenced area.

  • Dog waste must be cleaned up by their owners IMMEDIATELY and sealed in waste bags before disposing of it in the dog waste container.

  • Owners must be within the dog park and supervising their dog with leash readily available.

  • Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age.

  • Children under 15 years of age must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.

  • Aggressive dogs must be removed immediately.

  • Dogs should be under voice control.

  • If you cannot control your dog off-leash, then you must keep it leashed at all times!

  • Dogs must be licensed in their township and have up to date vaccinations.

  • Do not allow your pets to harm humans, other pets, or wildlife.

If you encounter dogs or humans being inappropriate at the park - CALL 911 to report  the incident.  All incidents are required to be reported through 911.  Cranberry Township Police are available to assist you.


  • Human & Dog food/treats

  • Glass Containers

  • Dogs in heat

  • Sick dogs

  • Aggressive dogs

  • Puppies under 16 weeks of age


  • Dogs only permitted on obstacles

  • No Children are permitted to climb or hang on any portion of the obstacles


111 Ernie Mashuda Dr.

Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania

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