Interested Zionsville residents can sign up for the waiting list (link above).
Residents only need to register once for the waitlist, and new interested dog owners can continue to register throughout the year.
If your name is not selected, future membership opportunities will open. The Zionsville Parks and Recreation Department is closely monitoring usage as the weather warms and will issue additional memberships as we better target our "pup carrying capacity."
The Heritage Trail Dog Park is approximately 3.5 acres and has separate areas for small and large dogs. Amenities on-site include benches, shade areas, pet waste stations, a water fountain with a dog bowl attachment, picnic shelters, paved walking trails, a playground and community gardens.
As part of future plans for Heritage Trail Park, additional parking will be added as well as a playground for older kids.
Dog park hours are from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year. Children age 7 and under are not allowed. Children age 8 - 15 must be accompanied by an adult permit holder.
To report maintenance repairs, contact Zionsville Parks & Recreation at 317-733-2273. To report an emergency or incident call 317-873-5967 or 911.
Fees and Registration
All dogs must be registered. The permit requires documentation of current vaccinations.
Half of the dog park will be closed for the winter season. This is the wettest, muddiest part. Because of this, there is a limit of 3 dogs/household and a limit of 200 dogs registered early 2021. Registration will reopen at a later date for a total of 300 dogs for the 2021 season.
Initial registration is for Zionsville residents only.
Membership is valid for one year.
There will be a $25 discount on registration fees processed in 2021.
2021 Dog Park Fees - $25 discount to fees below for registrations processed in 2021
Multiple dog membership (limit 3/household), resident
Multiple dog membership (limit 3/household), non-resident
Replacement key fob
Replacement dog tag
*Fees collected from dog park memberships will be reinvested to cover ongoing dog park costs including reseeding and turf maintenance, security infrastructure and equipment replacement.
Vaccinations must be current and will include: Rabies, Bordetella, and DAPP or DHPP combination (distemper, hepatitis/adenovirus, parvovirus, and parainfluenza).