McKenzie Dog Park, 191 Bryan Stock Trail, will be closed for maintenance from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Thursday, according to a press release from the City of Casper.

City Parks staff will be performing weed maintenance management to keep the park a great place for families and their fur-babies.

Google Maps. City of Casper
Google Maps. City of Casper

The City thanks the public for their patience during this brief closure and advises giving pets extra treats during this time.

The two-acre park opened in October 2014.

It is surrounded by a six-foot-high fence with double-gated entrances.

The double gates prevent dogs from being inadvertently let out of the park.
Inside, the park contains a walking path, benches, access to Lake McKenzie, poop bag stations, and dog drinking fountains.

The $332,680 Dog Park was built with $232,680 from the Optional One Cent Sales Tax and with $100,000 from County Consensus funding from the State of Wyoming.

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