Dog Parks

Liberty has two dog parks at Stocksdale Park and Anderson Memorial Dog Park at Ruth Moore Park. Admission is free, but users must abide by established Rules & Regulations (below). Prior to your first visit, be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions about the dog parks. 

Stocksdale Dog Park Rules & Regulations

Anderson Memorial Dog Park Rules & Regulations

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Stocksdale Dog Park: 

Stocksdale Dog Park includes three acres of fully fenced area for dogs to enjoy as well as a 5,400 square foot section dedicated to more diminutive canines. The Liberty Dog Park is located within Stocksdale Park on the east side of Liberty.

  • Benches
  • Fire hydrant
  • 3 fenced acres 
  • Water spigot
  • Double-gated entrances & exits
  • Waste bags & trash cans
  • Isley Memorial Shelter

Anderson Memorial Dog Park-Ruth Moore Park:

Anderson Dog Park is dedicated to Denny and Betty Lou Anderson who were a huge part of the City of Liberty and even ran their own pet-sitting service. They were involved with Historic Downtown Liberty and the Boy Scouts.

  • Tunnel
  • Agility equipment
  • Benches
  • Double-gated entrances & exits
  • Waste bags & trash bags