2015 Schedule of Events

There will not be a Dog of the Year contest this year because there are not enough remaining board members nor volunteers needed

Our priority at this time is bringing on new board members willing to assist the existing board or the city will have to appoint a committee to oversee the basic operations of the park

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Do Dah Parade!

We had our current Dog of the Year, Mr. P.W. Scrubbs, walk with us as well as last year's winner Moe, and Misty from the year before. Misty Blu, a contestant from last year, joined us on the boards. What a beautiful day!


***************About Our Park***************

Ocean City Dog Park is located at 45th Street & Haven Avenue

The Dog Park is an access controlled fenced-in, off leash recreation area for dogs where well behaved canine citizens can interact, exercise and play in a clean, safe and secure environment.

The 42,000 square foot park with sandy soil ground cover has three separate areas: large dog area (dogs over 25 lbs), small dog area (dogs under 25 lbs) and dog run area for all dogs.

Park facilities include double gated entrance and unleash area with secure electronic locking gates, shared pavilion in small and large dog area with picnic table in each area, open shed shelters, sitting benches, water fountains  for dogs and owners, "pooper scooper" dispensers and disposable bags, trash and recycling containers, several inoperable fire hydrants for doggie relief, interactive play equipment, a Port-a-Potty, free off street parking lot and a designated handicap area.

Park hours are from 8 am to dusk, 7 days a week, year round.





Mission Statement:

To create a fenced-in, off-leash dog park where well behaved canine citizens can exercise in a clean, safe environment without endangering or annoying people, property or wildlife.

To develop a beautiful and well-maintained space open to dog lovers and friends who are willing to uphold the park's rules and regulations.

To view the park as a community project in partnership with the County of Cape May and the City of Ocean City designed to satisfy the needs of dog owners and non-dog owners alike.

To promote education, training and recreational activities that facilitate responsible dog ownership and better-behaved dogs through the use of volunteers and professional dog trainers.


***Meet Dog of Year 2012 Winners ***

Don't forget to renew your Paw Pass for 2012!