Rail Tail Dog Park

The Rail Tail Dog Park is conveniently located adjacent to the Mary Black Rail Trail and across from the main entrance to Duncan Park on Union Street.Opened in 2012, the city's first dog park represents a partnership between the City and local non-profit Partners for Active Living. The dog park is conveniently located adjacent to the Mary Black Rail Trail and sits across from the main entrance to Duncan Park on Union Street. 

 

 

 

A few tips

DO

Enjoy the park between sunrise and sunset

Dispose of waste in on-site containers.

Fill any holes your dog digs.

Ensure your dog displays current vaccination and City license tags.

Closely supervise your children at all times in the park.

Remove your dog's leash once you enter the park

 
   
DON'T

Leave your dog unattended in the park.

Bring dogs in heat

Bring more than two dogs per handler.

Bring dogs with communicable diseases.

Bring any food except for small bite-sized treats into the park.

 
 
 
 

 

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Want To Help?

Funds continue to be raised for the Rail Tail Dog Park. Plans include installing water fountains for both dogs and people, construction of a shade structure, and other features. Private donations are being sought to bring these additions to fruition.

If you are interested in donating to the Rail Tail Dog Park please contact Melody Williams at Partners for Active Living. Checks can be made out to the Spartanburg County Foundation (Accout 902 Partners for Active Living-Dog Park) and mailed to 424 Kennedy Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302.     

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