Howl-o-ween Dog Parade and Costume Contest! - Licking Park District

Trails at Infirmary Mound Park, Lobdell Reserve, Taft North and Taft South are open to horses and all other users. The Granville erosion repair project is complete and bike path open.

Howl-o-ween dog parade

Howl-o-ween dog parade and activities

The Howl-o-ween parade began with a short walk on the trails of Infirmary Mound Park, followed by a dog costume contest at the dog park. Guest judges decided the winners: Most Humorous, Most Original and Best Dog & Owner Combo.

The Licking County Humane Society joined us, bringing adoptable dogs with them. There was also  vendors, a photo booth, demonstrations, and treats for the whole family! This was a community event for all to enjoy. Spectators were encouraged to bring chairs and sit along the parade route. Polite, leashed dogs were welcome.

Infirmary Mound Park offers 4 acres of fenced, off-leash dog-park for your dogs. The dog park is divided into small and large dog areas. It is a great area for dogs and owners who like to socialize. Dogs on-leash are welcome in the LPD parks. It is requested that owners clean up after their dogs, bags are provided.