Park Forest Bark District
Subfacility of Park Forest Aqua Center
Annual fee of $30 for residents, $40 for nonresidents
- Drinking Fountain
- Picnic Tables
- Waste Receptacles
Park Forest Bark District
Bark District Features
The Park Forest Bark District is 3.5 acres, divided into two sections (small/large dogs), with 4 foot high fencing. The park features agility equipment (small dogs), benches, drinking fountains, bags, waste receptacles and shade for yourself and your dog to utilize. A yearly membership may be purchased at the Department of Recreation, Parks & Community Health.
Park hours are from sunrise to sunset. The park may be closed periodically to allow turf to recover, especially after heavy rain or wintertime use.
Annual Membership (12 months)
$30 Park Forest Resident
In order to obtain a Bark District membership please complete a membership application and submit proof of vaccinations from a veterinarian. Vaccinations must be kept current and a copy submitted to the Recreation & Parks Department, 350 Victory Dr., Park Forest, IL. Dogs must display a current rabies tag.
*Rabies with Rabies Tag #
You will be issued 1 key card with your membership. Replacement cards are $10 if you lose or damage your card. Key cards can be renewed. Please return key card if you are not renewing your membership.
Bark District Brochure and Membership Application
Click on the links below to download the forms.
Bark District Brochure
Bark District Membership Application
Village of Park Forest Ordinances - Pet Waste Disposal and Removal
- Sec. 14-2. - Declaration of
It shall be deemed unlawful and a nuisance
for any person within the village limits to:
Permit any pet under his care or control to deposit any excrement upon the
property of another, without the express consent of the owner of the property;
appear with a pet upon any alley, street, sidewalk, park, playground, parking
lot, church or school grounds or other property of public use, without some
means for the removal of excrement; fail to remove any excrement deposited by
such pet; or dispose of such excrement except as provided in
section 86-4 of
this Code. This section shall not apply to a blind or physically handicapped
person while walking his guide or support dog.
Sec. 14-49. - Removal of excrement. (a) No person shall appear with a pet upon the public ways or within public places or upon the property of another, absent that person's consent, without some means for the removal of excrement, nor shall any person fail to remove any excrement deposited by such pet. This section shall not apply to a blind or physically handicapped person while walking his guide or support dog. (b) This section shall be enforced under and in accordance with chapter 2, article VII of this Code, which article provides for the administrative adjudication of certain ordinance violations.