special edition newsletter is to keep you in the
loop with all the happenings at Pilgrim Bark Park
and to share the latest exciting news!
month, Dog Fancy magazine awarded Pilgrim Bark Park the second best
dog park in the nation! Now they have awarded
Provincetown "Dogtown USA", the most pet-friendly
town in the United States!
further for the highlights.
PROVINCETOWN ON THE MAP
DOG FANCY MAGAZINE
Click here to read article:
award ceremony will be held Saturday, September 25th at 11:00am on
the lawn of Town Hall, near the new
dog/person water fountain!
GLOBE REPORTER IS COMING TO DOGTOWN USA!
Looking to interview
business owners and residents to find out what makes P-Town such a
Please email a few
sentences about your dog stories to the Boston Globe reporter
PILGRIM BARK PARK'S
MOORING BALL - Celebrating
our Portuguese heritage. Donated by Paul Mendes
and painted by local artist Katherine Baltivik
"Message in a bottle" created
by local artist Candice
LIFE SIZE DOG INSTALLATION -
Created and donated by Julian Popko
TWO BIKE RACKS -
A gift from the Visitor Services Board and
Message from the
As many of you know, the park was built solely on
extensive fundraising efforts and private donations. The park has
not, nor will it receive financial help through taxpayer dollars.
The Town assists only with trash removal. Meanwhile, the annual
operating budget to maintain the park is approximately $15,000
which includes: insurance, taxes and accounting, utilities (water
and electricity), poop bags, replacement sand, pea stone, gravel in
the parking lot, web hosting, general landscaping and maintenance.
Please visit our website to learn all the different ways you can
give. Click Here:
Here's to a great summer season.