The Ellisville Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to bring you online registration. The Online Registration link will take you to our online site where you can set up a family profile if you don't already have one. We hope you enjoy this new convenience!
The Ellisville Dog Park was built with funds raised by the Ellisville Dog Park Committee and opened October 27, 2012.
The Ellisville Dog Park is open year round from dawn to dusk daily. The Dog Park may close on occasion for maintenance or for park events. There is a large dog area (0.28 acres) and a small dog area (0.11 acres). Dog water fountains are provided in each Dog Park area, but are turned off during winter months.
The park is located in the back of Bluebird Park between the Bussmann Shelter and the ball fields adjacent to the back parking lot.
Children under the age of (10) are NOT allowed in the fenced area of the dog park
All dogs are required to have a current Ellisville Dog Park membership and wear a current Ellisville Dog Park membership dog tag to enter the Dog Park. Members will have a code to open the combination lock on the Dog Park gates. The Dog Park is available for residents of Ellisville and those that live outside of Ellisville too.
Fee: $40 per year This may be paid by cash, check or credit card. Memberships are based on a calendar year and run January through December each year.
On May 2, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. the Dog Park will be hosting an Open House. Admission to the Dog Park will be free during this time. Visitors will be required to show proof of current Rabies and Bordetella vaccinations and that their pet has been spayed or neutered. A waiver of liability form will be provided and must be signed to enter. Come out and see how much fun the dog park is for pets and owners alike! Everyone in attendance will be registered to win a FREE membership.
The EDGE Aquatic Center is going to the dogs again this summer! Dogs and their owners will have the opportunity to plunge, play, socialize, and have fun at the EDGE on 2 days this summer.
Handlers must bring a copy of current rabies vaccination record for each dog. Handlers must be at least 18 years old and must sign waiver of liability. Dogs must be at least 6 months old.