100% Donor Funded and Volunteer Run
Are you a dog owner looking for a place to exercise and socialize your dog? Come visit Middlebury’s 1.5 acre dog park. This fenced in park includes both small and large dog areas. You will find many friendly humans and canines there daily.
Directions: From South Street, turn left onto Collins Drive. Go past the Middlebury Regional Emergency and Rescue Service building and its parking lot. Turn left into the hospital parking lot and look for the Dog Park in the field below. The hospital graciously allows dog owners to use their parking spaces.
Make a donation: Do you want to support park maintenance, projects and other costs of stewarding a user friendly dog park?
1) Make a monetary donation through the Town of Middlebury. Checks made out to the town and designated “For the Dog Park” may be hand delivered or mailed to the Treasurer’s Office, Town of Middlebury, 77 Main St, Middlebury, VT 05753.
2) Make an exceptionally generous donation of $500 or more, and you will have a permanent plaque displayed at the park.
3) Donate bottle return money at the Bottle Redemption Center on Seymour Street. Write “For the Dog Park” on your receipt and return it to the staff member at the window.
Rules for the Middlebury Dog Park
-- Park is open sunrise to sunset
-- Every dog must wear its current license tag
-- Dogs over 6 months of age must be spayed/neutered
- Owners must clean up dog waste immediately
- Limit of 3 dogs per person
- Dogs must be supervised by an adult at all times
- Harnesses and leashes must be removed while inside the park
- Dogs displaying aggression toward people or other dogs must leave the park immediately
- Prohibited: prong, shock, choke collars; smoking; sick dogs; puppies under 4 months;
food and glass containers; aggressive dogs; children under the age of 12; alcohol