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Friends of the PTC Dog Park
Welcome to the Peachtree City Dog Park!
ATTENTION to all visitors: We now have a new way in which you can support the dog park! We have partnered with Kroger's Community Rewards Program and will receive cash rewards for purchases you make with your registered Kroger Plus Shopper's Card. In order for this partnership to be successful, we ask that you kindly visit:
If you already have a Kroger Plus card, registering the PTC Dog Park as a recipient is easy as pie and even if you don't have an account yet, the process is straight-forward and requires less than two minutes of your time: If you already have a registered account, simply sign in and select the PTC dog park as the recipient.
If you do not yet have an account, click on “Create an account" and follow the instructions by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, entering your email address, creating a password, and agreeing to the terms and conditions. Next, the site allows you to search for the recipient either by name (Peachtree City Dog Park) or via our dedicated ID/NPO number:
Our Kroger ID/NPO number is: 53548
And that's all there is to it. The next time you shop at Kroger, doing so will contribute to the PTC dog park! Thank you all so much for your continued support.
The Peachtree City Dog Park is located at 193 McIntosh Trail, behind the BMX track. We provide handicapped and golf cart parking right at the park's entrance but ask all others to use the parking lot surrounding the BMX track/Senior Center. We strive to provide a safe and fun experience for dogs and owners alike.
The Peachtree City Dog Park is managed and operated by volunteers just like you. Our Board of Directors works diligently to maintain and improve the park to suit all visitors' needs and we are always happy to hear from park visitors. If you have questions, suggestion, complaints, or compliments - we are here to listen and work with you on resolving any issues. We also encourage you to get actively involved in keeping our park wonderful - the park can always use a helping hand!
Please note that the pay box has been relocated to the park entrance. We rely on annual memberships and day use fees to fund park maintenance and improvements. If you are not a member, we ask that you kindly contribute $1 per visit (for up to three dogs) in the provided green pay box. Membership forms are available next to the park's entrance or here http://www.ptcdogpark.com/apply.html
In accordance with our agreement with Peachtree City, the PTC Dog Park Association does not enforce a usage fee from Thanksgiving to January 1. We happily accept your donations during this time to ensure the park remains operational.
The Dog Park is divided into three separate fenced areas to accommodate various dog and member needs. Each section features a gazebo and outdoor seating for the humans. The ground is covered with woodchips, and bags are provided for dog waste.
Visiting the park
The Peachtree City Dog Park is located behind the BMX track at 191 McIntosh Trail. Click for detailed directions.
Non-members pay just $1 per visit per family (up to 3 dogs at a time). Membership costs $35 per year for Fayette county residents, or $45 per year for non-Fayette county residents. Click to join.
Find out more about the park - including applicable rules - on our About page.
- Opening Hours
The Peachtree City Dog Park is open every day from dawn until dusk.
What YOU can do to help
The Peachtree City Dog Park is a member funded, member run park. We're all volunteers, but just because you're not on the board of directors doesn't mean you can't pitch in! Here are some things you can do every time you come to the dog park.
- Bring your unused, intact plastic grocery bags. We keep a stash of clean bags in the green wooden bin just inside the gate of the large dog section. It has a carabiner clasp on it to discourage people from putting poop-filled bags inside, but feel free to open it up to put bags in or take them out.
- Check to see whether the PVC tubes are empty. If they are (or if they're not full), feel free to fill them with clean bags from the green wooden bin.
- When your dog poops, take along an extra bag and pick up any poop you see that someone else missed. Everyone gets distracted sometimes!
- Walk the perimeter of the park with extra bags and pick up poop.
- If you see tennis balls that are broken or bits of broken plastic or other material that doesn't belong, throw them away.
- If the sidewalk or gazebo floor is messy, sweep it off.
Thanks for contributing to make our dog park the best in the South!