The City of Superior Dog park is located near the Millennium Trail head at 28th Street and Wyoming Avenue. The park opened in November of 2017. The Superior Jaycees initially approached the City of Superior a few years back with the idea of a dog park and when a location could not be agreed upon, the concept was dropped for a period of time. With the pressing community need and desire for a dog park, a Superior Douglas County Leadership group picked the project back up again. After hosting a couple of “Yappy” hours for community input and exploring a variety of places around town, the City Council supported a Resolution in April of 2016, approving the location of the Dog Park at the Millennium Trail Head in the Municipal Forest off of 28th Street.
This volunteer group began clearing the in October of 2016, then followed up with an Enbridge volunteer day, that helped to finalize the removal of dead trees and brush in May of 2017. The City Council voted to rearrange Capital Improvement dollars to fund the fence in October of 2017.
The City of Superior, along with the Leadership group are very happy to announce that the long wait is finally over and the Dog Park is open to the public and their canine companions.
Dog Park Rules
The dog park is for dogs, their handlers, and those accompanying them.
Use of the dog park is at your own risk.
The City of Superior is not responsible for the supervision of dogs or any damage or injury caused by a dog.
Dog owners are legally and financially responsible for their dogs’ behavior. If your dog inflicts injury to another dog or person, you must give your name and contact number to the other party involved before leaving the park.
All dogs must be off-leash inside the dog park and on-leash outside the fenced in area.
Owners must be in control of their dog(s) at all times.
All dogs using the park must be spayed or neutered.
Dogs must be at least 4 months old and have proof of current rabies vaccination.
Dog handler must carry a leash for each dog at all times while in the fenced area.
Aggressive dogs are not allowed in the dog park.
For safety reasons, pinch, prong, and spiked collars are not allowed and must be removed before entering the dog park.
Owners MUST clean up after their dog(s) and deposit feces in the containers provided.
Smoking or eating in the off-leash area is prohibited.
No glass containers are allowed.
For emergencies, unattended dogs, or other rule violations call 911.
By using this dog park, you agree to all the rules and regulations listed above.
Violations of these rules as outlined in City Ordinance Sec. 22 may result in a fine up to $500.