In the News: Fetch Dog Park in Columbus

Fetch Dog Park in Columbus

We call them our buddies for a reason! Still, when it comes to packs, it’s always the more, the merrier. You and your pup can meet new besties at Fetch Dog Park in Columbus, GA when it opens up in the fall. So, keep an eye on the progress as they put this place together along Fifth Avenue, behind the former Uneeda Glass Company spot!

More on Fetch Dog Park

If you’ve passed through Atlanta, you may have heard of their own Fetch Dog Park. The business, founded by Stephen Ochs, started off there in 2018. Over the past years, it has opened three locations, with more to come—including the one in Columbus.

Recently, the franchise announced a deal with The Cotton Companies, a local real estate developer. Now, it’s expanding to a local 14,500-square-foot warehouse area. Onsite, you’ll also find a 1967 Airstream, fences, and—get this—attendants called “Bark Rangers.”

What can I do at Fetch Dog Park?

Everyone can have fun at Fetch Dog Park. There, your dog can go off-leash on the turf. As he or she makes new friends, you can treat yourself too. Humans visitors can:

  • Browse the internet on their WiFi—the perfect way to post all the cute pics;
  • Watch games and shows from their TV screens;
  • Chow down on concessions; and
  • Order coffee in the mornings and alcoholic beverages in the afternoons and evenings.

Visiting Details

Don’t tell your fluffy friends just yet! Fetch Dog Park in Columbus won’t unveil itself until the fall. Still, when it arrives, you can take your best bud to 1432 Fifth Ave.

People can come inside for free. As for our canine companions, they can attend for $10 each. Or, if you plan on attending frequently, you can pick out a monthly or yearly plan! Also, don’t worry—if you don’t have a dog, everyone is welcome to visit.

Please note that all dogs must have proof of their current vaccinations. They must also be spayed or neutered.


Talk about having a ball! Now, you don’t have to leave Fido behind when you go out to socialize. Instead, the two of you can both make friends at Fetch Dog Park in Columbus when it officially opens.

Fun fact: Central Highlands is pet-friendly! You and your dog can join our community, so check out our floor plans online here. Finally, for more updates—and pup-dates—visit our blog here.