Happy Bark Ranger Day!

Welcome back to National Parks and other public lands with T! 

Do You Want to Be a B.A.R.K. Ranger?►

The National Park Service has set April 25th as BARK Ranger Day. BARK Ranger Day is part of the week-long National Park Week celebration. How can your dog become a BARK Ranger? Watch the video clip below for information.

Lily and Trudy go to Vermont►

Our BARK Rangers, Lily and Trudy, accompanied us on our visit to Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Vermont last year. This park preserves a site which witnessed the birth of the American conservation movement. Our pups enjoyed exploring the grounds and hiking the carriage roads to The Pogue.

Now, Lily, a good BARK ranger drinks from her dish, not the fountain.

Woodstock Posts►

Location: 54 Elm St, Woodstock, VT 05091
Designation: National Historical Park
Date Designated/Established: August 26, 1992
Date of my visit: 7/30/2020

Trudy wanted to play with the cows at the historic Billings Farm, but they were not interested.

10 thoughts on “Happy Bark Ranger Day!

  1. Love it. As someone who takes my dogs everywhere, it is somewhat disheartening to realize how few places they are allowed in National Parks. I get it, with regards to wildlife and whatnot, but you really only can get a superficial experience when you bring the pups to National Parks. I guess it’s just something I have to balance. Dog time vs National Park time.

    1. Yeah, we only bring them to places in the Northeast within a few hours drive. Now the little one has cancer so we canceled our plans to take them to Rhode Island last weekend. That was already going to be tricky finding outdoor dining that would allow them.

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