Barks for Parks!

A fundraiser for Dane County Dog Parks

Join the celebration at Token Creek County Park (6200 Williamsburg Way, DeForest, WI)

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Noon - 4:00 pm


2019 Raffle and Obstacle Course Winners

If you weren’t able to stay for the raffle prize and obstacle course announcements, we are posting the winning ticket numbers below. Please claim your prize from our office by Friday at noon. See our “contact us” page for our address and office hours. Bring your winning raffle prize ticket with you. 

Obstacle Course Winners:
Maiya Weber

Becky Kurush

Jen Bulieit

Raffle Prizes:
854391 ($20 Glass Nickel Pizza gift card)
854489 ($20 Glass Nickel Pizza gift card)
854227 ($20 Glass Nickel Pizza gift card)
854290 ($100 worth of doggy merchandise from Blain’s Farm & Fleet)
854323 ($25 Blain’s Farm & Fleet gift card and a $20 Glass Nickel Pizza gift card)
854460 ($100 Blain’s Farm & Fleet gift card 
854326 $200 Blain’s Farm & Fleet gift card)


This afternoon of fun will include live music, food, and entertainment for both pups and their people.  Suggested donation for admission is $5.00 per person. Dogs are free but must have a daily or annual dog permit. These can be purchased at the event or in advance through our website.

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Please note that dogs must be on a 6’ static leash and be current on vaccinations. Dogs must be people and animal friendly.  Please check out our complete list of "Barks for Parks!" Dog Rules for the event:


Can't make it to Barks for Parks? You can still support Dane County dog parks by making a donation online or by mail.  Just indicate that you would like your donation to be used to support the dog park program. 

***Dane County Parks reserves the right to refuse participation to any vendor or group. Businesses that promote dominance or punishment-based training techniques or encourage letting dogs off leash in the Dane County Park System (outside of dog parks) may not be allowed to participate.


Did you know?

Dane County was one of the first park systems in the United States to develop designated off-leash pet exercise areas and has been used as a model for other systems across the United States.