Rosetown is home to five well-maintained parks for residents to enjoy throughout the year:

  • Lovette Park
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Kinsmen Park
  • Rose Charter Park
  • St. Andrew's Park

The Bark Park 

The Town of Rosetown is happy to have a space for residents to take their dogs for exercise and fun. If you plan on visiting the Park Bark please make your self familiar with the rules listed below.

Bark Park Rules 

Dogs must wear a collar with identification and current dog license and rabies tags.

Dogs must be legally licensed and vaccinated against distemper, rabies, and parvovirus and regularly examined for parasites and treated as necessary.

Aggressive dogs are not allowed at any time. An aggressive dog is defined as a dog posing a threat to humans or other dogs.

All dogs must be under the owner’s/handler’s control.

All dog owners/handlers must have a leash in hand at all times.

Dogs must be on a leash when entering and exiting the dog park.

Dog owners/handlers must keep their dogs in their view at all times.

Dogs shall not be left unattended.

Only dogs four months and older are allowed.

No female dogs in heat are allowed.

Owners/handlers may only bring the number of dogs into the dog park that they can adequately control without endangering other dog park users; up to a maximum of two dogs per owner/handler are allowed per visit.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when inside the dog park.

No toddlers, small children, or children under the age of 12 are allowed in the dog park.

No dog food or food meant for human consumption is allowed in the dog park.

No dog toys or rawhide are allowed in the dog park.

Smoking is not allowed in the dog park.

Dog owners/handlers must immediately fill in any holes their dogs dig.

Chasing or running with the dogs is not allowed.

Petting other people’s dogs without the owner’s permission is not allowed.

Users are legally responsible for their dogs and any injuries and/or damages caused by their dogs.

Users are responsible for the health of their dogs and keeping their dogs properly hydrated.

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