Companion Club Dog Park located in Delaware, Ohio (near Columbus) is a
private Off-Leash Dog Park in a unique country setting on 11
acres of beautifully maintained grounds with mature pine trees and
a 2 acre "Golden Pond".
Our Purpose is to create a natural, safe, and happy
healthy controlled environment for all our guests. Your dog has
the option of swimming, playing ball or simply running free enjoying the
great outdoors all in a fully fenced secured area. So come and
see what your dog has been missing!
Amenities offered at the Companion Club Dog Park for
you and your dogs enjoyment:
2 acre swimming pond
11 acres of running and playing space for your
Wooded Trails for you and your dog!
Self Serve Dog Wash Area - Free- Make sure to
bring towels with you.
Park is fully fenced and secure for the safety
of you and your dog(s).
Updates on all events at CCDP.
Plenty of shade trees to get out of the hot sun
during the summer.
Knowing that we will donate portions of your
membership fees to various rescue groups each weekend they attend the
Why use Companion Club's Premier Off-Leash Dog
definition, a dog park is a contained public or private (members-only)
area where dog owners may allow their dogs to run off-leash.
But there are many dog owners
who will argue that a dog park is much more than that, and they would
Here are just some of the
immediate benefits of a dog park:
Prevents off-leash dogs from
disturbing other park users and park neighbors, such as joggers,
cyclists, small children, and those who may be fearful of dogs.
Provides a way for the
elderly, sick, and disabled dog owners to exercise their pets.
For many dog owners, a dog park may provide the only opportunity for
owners to socialize with other people and their dogs.
Provides a way for dog
owners living in apartments or homes with small yards to legally
play ball or Frisbee with their dogs or just let them roll in the
Makes a dog a better pet and
neighbor because an exercised and well socialized dog is less likely
to bark excessively, destroy property, or become aggressive.
Creates a greater sense of
community by bringing people of all ages and from all walks of life
together with a common interest.
For many people, visiting a
dog park is a primary source of recreation. The ability to share
activities with canine family members at a dog park is important,
and increasingly recognized by cities. A report on off-leash dog
parks by Portland (Oregon) Parks and Recreation states that "There
is a newly identified parks user group: Dogs and their owners. This
user group is drawn to parks for open space, fresh air, exercise and
socialization for themselves and their pets. Coming to a park is
their chosen form of recreation, much the same as jogging or biking.
They are legitimate park users."
stated, dog parks are a place where people and their dogs can play
together. We offer dogs off-leash play areas while their people enjoy
the park-like setting. The terms ‘off-leash’ and ‘park’ are the key
elements that dog owners desire. Limited-control or off-leash
dog parks are becoming more popular throughout the United States. As
leash laws become more prevalent and more strictly enforced and as
human population demands reduce the amount of available free-ranging
lands, owners are turning to places like "Companion Club Dog Park" as
alternatives, to exercise and socialize their canine companions.
Dogs are free to run, play, socialize, explore, and "just be dogs."
There are over 1100 dog parks in the United States and Canada combined
all park visitors and members must provide proof of vaccinations
before the dogs can enter the park. Members must provide this
information EACH YEAR after their annual vet check up.
be a $25.00 per day charge for any non-member visiting the park with
Weekdays - Mon - Fri 10:00am - 8:00pm
Weekends - Sat. & Sun 10:00am - 6:00pm
REGISTER NOW! If you would
like to secure a spot in our dog park,
to join now!
LAST SITE UPDATE: 12/27/13
All Dogs must be Current on Shot Records and be Spayed or Neutered
You are invited to the Dog Park for free tours…..please bring your dogs'
current shot records with you.