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Send your dog to our doggy daycare where dogs can relax, exercise, and make new friends. With over 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor spaces, Smart Parke offers your pets the best way to play and stay while you're away.

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Outdoor Water Features

Our outdoor areas are split into a small and large dog park with plenty of green space for playing. Our dog water features and misting systems keep your dog cool while they play in the sun.

Expert Caretakers

All of our staff members are highly trained to keep a watchful eye on playtime interactions. They ensure a level of safety so your dogs can play comfortably and make new friends.

Indoor Playtime

Our state-of-the-art indoor space spans over 2,800 square feet. There is plenty of space for play, and beds for lounging, as well as 7-8 fresh air cycles per hour for climate control.

Day Camp Rates

6:30AM – 8:00PM, 7 days a week

Full Day of Day Camp — $40 per day

Any time between 6:30AM – 8:00PM

Half Day of Day Camp — $32 per day

A 4 hour slot between 6:30AM – 8:00PM

Annual Smart Parke Membership $500 per month

Unlimited Day Camp with a year contract

Service Add-ons for Day Camp

Daycare Meal


Clean Up Bath


Nail Trim


Individual Cuddle Time


Ball Play


Nap Time


Frozen Yogurt Treat


Peanut Butter Kong Treat


Pup Cup


Medication Administration


Day Camp FAQs

What do dogs do in Day Camp?

Play and have fun with their friends! Your pet will have access to both our Indoor and Outdoor Day Camp experiences, all while being safely monitored by our trained staff. Whether they want to play in our interactive water features or relax under our shaded beds and canopies, we offer them an experience like no other.

My puppy has not had all their vaccines yet, can they still come to play?

All dogs must be at least 12 weeks (3 months) old and have all their vaccinations to come to our Day Camp.

What are the requirements for my pet to come to Day Camp?

To ensure the safety of every pet, every dog admitted to our Day Camp is required to undergo a behavior and temperament evaluation before being accepted. All dogs over 10 months of age must be spayed or neutered and have current vaccinations for Distemper (DHPP), Bordetella, and Rabies. They should also have had a negative fecal test for Giardia within the last calendar year. Due to the CIV/Influenza Vaccine shortage, we are currently only recommending this vaccine. Additionally, we require dogs to be free from external parasites (such as fleas and ticks) and to not have been exposed to any transmissible illness in the 30 days prior to attending Day Camp.

What is involved in a Day Camp evaluation and why is it required?

To ensure the safety of pets and staff, we require all dogs to undergo a behavior and temperament evaluation before being accepted into Day Camp. All Day Camp evaluations are scheduled appointments with one of our Day Camp staff members, ensuring there is adequate time for the evaluation process, which typically takes about 1-4 hours depending on the dog. Clients will need to fill out the Day Camp Evaluation Form prior to the scheduled appointment time. Our highly trained Day Camp staff will get to know your dog by monitoring safe play between the dogs in Day Camp and the Day Camp staff. If your pet is approved for Day Camp after the evaluation, they can come and play any day. Dogs that are not approved for Day Camp will need to be promptly picked up.

What are your rates for Day Camp?

We offer both full and half day Day Camp as well as a Monthly Unlimited Day Camp Package. Click here to see our rates.

Can I see my pet on camera while they are in Day Camp?

Of course! That is part of the fun of watching your pet play with their friends. Click here to access our cameras.

Do you offer separate areas for small and large dogs in Day Camp?

Yes. We have both a separate Indoor and Outdoor Day Camp dedicated specifically to our small dogs or large dogs, providing plenty of room to play and lounge. We have taken great care to design both our small dog and large dog Day Camps to maximize their fun experience while prioritizing their safety.

Can my dog be fed a meal or given medications during Day Camp?

Yes. We can provide both lunch and medication services for your dog while in Day Camp. Clients have the option of choosing our house food or providing their own for $5 per meal, and medication administration is available for $10.

I have an older dog. Will they enjoy Day Camp?

It will depend on your dog and their temperament as each dog is different. We do not typically accept dogs that are older than 13 years of age without management approval first. Some older dogs enjoy romping with the younger dogs while others prefer to watch the play. We have plenty of areas for each dog to find just the right group of dogs to play with or lounging spots.

Do I need to make a reservation for Day Camp?

If it is your dog’s first time you will need to schedule a Day Camp Evaluation first to be accepted into Day Camp. For both Full and Half-Day Camp we do require reservations to ensure we are properly staffed for safe play. If you are one of our Annual Smart Parke Membership holders, no reservations are required.

What should I expect when my dog comes home from Day Camp?

It is not uncommon for your pet to be tired after a fun day playing and exercising with their friends. They had the opportunity to use their energy in a happy, safe, and fun way. While we offer plenty of fresh water in both our Day Camps, dogs often spend so much time playing that they forget to stop and take a drink.

Why are there no toys in Day Camp?

Dogs can be distracted and possessive when toys are in Day Camp. We specially designed both our indoor and outdoor Day Camp areas to have plenty of play options for your dog so they do not need toys.

My dog has some health problems. Can my dog still come to Day Camp?

We do not accept dogs that have communicable diseases or parasites. We also do not accept epileptic dogs for their own safety.

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