About the Fort Worth Dog Park Association
The Fort Worth Dog Park Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization that works to keep Fort Woof safe, fun and free. Anyone who is willing to volunteer to keep Fort Woof top dog is welcome to be a member of the Fort Worth Dog Park Association. There are no dues or fees. Members are only required to have a positive attitude, work hard and be fun.
The Fort Worth Dog Park Association hosts Barktoberfest, an annual fall festival to raise money for Fort Woof. Barktoberfest requires a lot of volunteers so if you can, volunteer. The Fort Worth Dog Park Association also engages in donation drives, educational activities, website management and efforts for ongoing dog park improvements.
Meetings of the Fort Worth Dog Park Association are generally held on the second Tuesday of the month, though we do not meet every month. Meetings are usually at 7 pm at the Deborah Beggs Moncrief Garden Center in the Azalea Room and last about an hour.
The Association does not meet every month. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn the date of our next meeting. Everyone is welcome!
Map to Association Meeting Place
The Fort Worth Dog Park Association meets at the Deborah Beggs Moncrief Garden Center in the Azalea Room, located at 3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard just off of University Boulevard north of I-30. For directions see the map below or call 817-871-7638.