Great Things Are Happening At the Peachtree City Dog Park
You have got to come visit the Peachtree City Dog Park, one of the premier dog parks in the Southeastern United States. If you like what you see, we hope you will become a Dog Park Member. Remember, the entire Dog Park, everything you see, is paid for by the users through our non-profit association.
In 2009, the volunteer Board of Directors of the Peachtree City Dog Park Association installed a new membership program for the park, designed to keep the park open and properly maintained.
The annual per household fee of $35 for residents of Fayette County and $45 for those living outside Fayette County will help us pay the annual expenses associated with the managing the Dog Park.
(Note: Patients of The Animal Medical Clinic get a 10% discount when you pay your membership at their office.)
One of the biggest myths related to the Dog Park is that the venue is funded by the city government.
There is no line item in the city's budget for the Dog Park. In fact, everything you see on the Dog Park site was funded by contributions through the Peachtree City Dog Park Association.
We are truly fortunate to have a safe, clean and friendly place to let our dogs socialize and exercise, but we are counting on you to help us keep this jewel in good repair.
Let me thank you in advance for going to the membership section of this web site and actively participating in one of the hottest surburban amenities in the metro Atlanta region: your Peachtree City Dog Park.
You will be required to pay a $1 fee per visit if do not pay for a membership, no exceptions.
ATTENTION:If you do not want to pay your membership on the Internet, membership forms are available at the front gate and mail it to our Post Office Box for processing (PO Box 3553; Peachtree City, GA 30269). Thank you.
As promised we reserved this section to let our members know what construction projects we have coming up in the future. Our number one goal right now is to replace the old wood chips we have in the park. The wood chips we have in the park right now have degraded so much that what we have is a fine powder of sawdust that continue to clog all of our drains and have created havock with our erosion problems. What we have planned in July is that a volunteer will come into the upper park and remove all of the wood chips down to the Georgia clay. Once the chips are removed we will have Jone's Tree Service deliver fresh wood chips. Hopefully this process will take only a week, but please be patient with us if it takes slightly longer. Once this is complete we will once again have a mud free park.