Bark in the Park is a celebration of canine friends with dozens of information and vendor booths. The event attracts hundreds of beautiful dogs, many needing forever homes. There are plenty of bowls, buckets, and kiddie pools of water for the canine crowd.
Pet adoption is available on site.
Free parking and overflow parking at RC Willeys.
All pets must be leashed. Handlers must be at least 10 years old. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Admission is free.
- Is there a directory of exhibitors?
- Are there other dog-focused meetups in the valley?
- What are upcoming events at Cornerstone Park?
- Where are the nearby dog-friendly hiking paths?
Bark in the Park is underway at Cornerstone park. Grab the pooch and come join us! Fun lasts until 2pm. pic.twitter.com/7iefBDOnvP
— Henderson Sports&Rec (@HendSportandRec) March 7, 2020
Our team had a great time at @cityofhenderson’s Bark in the Park event 🐶 We met lots of awesome and adorable dogs, and also raised awareness about the importance of registering to vote and the #2020Census 👍 pic.twitter.com/ByIWTziTBB
— ACDC #AAPI2020 (@ACDCNV) March 7, 2020
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) March 8, 2020