Welcome to Seattle's friendliest dog park
Calling all the Good Boys and Girls for a night of new smells, a walk around the bases, and lots of t-r-e-a-t-s. Plus, all pups receive a limited-edition Bark at the Park Mariners themed-giveaway with this offer. Details that concern your human-friend are below.
This special offer requires the purchase of one human ticket and one dog ticket. Additional human tickets may be purchased.
- Dog Pack: $50 (includes a dog and human ticket)
- Additional Human Ticket: $25
You must read and accept the terms below before purchasing tickets.
Please note: This special offer is available online only and is not available in Team Stores or at the Box Office. Discounted tickets purchased through this special offer may not be resold or offered for resale to third parties. Any attempted resale of these tickets may result in the deactivation of such tickets; holders of deactivated tickets will not be permitted to enter the ballpark. Deactivated tickets will be refunded to the original form of payment, minus applicable service fees.
All dogs and their owners will be required to check-in at the Bark at the Park check-in station outside of the ballpark prior to entry into the ballpark. A special Bark at the Park entry gate will be located at the west end of the Left Field Gate near The Glove statue. Once inside the gates of the ballpark, hosts and signage will be available to assist you to the designated Bark at the Park seating sections and adjacent concourse. All dogs must remain in the designated Bark at the Park area of the ballpark throughout the game.
In an effort to keep our seating area clean, there will be "comfort stations" for dogs in various locations throughout the designated Bark at the Park areas, as well as a waste disposal management team. Additionally, various water stations and professional veterinarians will be on site.
Make sure to join us postgame for a special walk around the bases with your dog. We ask that you do not line-up until the game is over and that all dogs be on a leash at all times.
- We reserve the right to refuse entry to any dog.
- No walk-up ticket sales will be available on the day of the event.
- One dog per adult (18 years of age or older). Dogs must be at least 6 months old.
- Bark at the Park tickets cannot be transferred or re-sold in any manner.
- A veterinarian will be on hand in case of emergency, injury or illness (subject to availability).
- It is the dog owner's sole responsibility to care for and be in control of their pet while at the ballpark.
- Required for Purchase & Ballpark Entry:
- Release and Waiver must be accepted before purchasing tickets.
- A Bark at the Park ticket is required for entry.
- All dogs and their owners are required to check-in (beginning at 5:10 PM) at the Left Field Gate (near The Glove statue on the Northwest corner of the ballpark) prior to entering the ballpark.
- All dogs and their owners must enter the Left Field Gate by 8:00 PM.
- All dogs must have visible ID tags, be on a leash at all times, have current rabies vaccination and accompanied by an adult (18 years of age or older).
- All dogs must remain in the designated Bark at the Park area of the ballpark throughout the game.
- We encourage you to bring spray bottles to keep your dog cool in case of heat.
Questions or concerns? Please contact Elizabeth McCloskey at (206) 346-4519.
Release and Waiver
In order to purchase Bark at the Park tickets, you must first read and agree to the Release and Waiver displayed below.
When you click on the "I Accept" button, you will be indicating that you accept the terms of the Release and Waiver, and you will then be presented with the opportunity to purchase your Bark at the Park tickets.
Thank you for your interest in "Bark at the Park"! Please carefully review the following information and, if you still wish to participate in Bark at the Park after reading this information, please sign this form to indicate your agreement.
I hereby acknowledge that my voluntary participation in the "Bark at the Park" event (the "Event") located at 1250 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134 (the "Ballpark") may result in personal injury to me and/or my dog ("Dog"). By participating in, attending and/or observing the Event, I acknowledge and assume all risks and danger to me that are incidental to or in any way arise from the Event, including, without limitation, all risks and danger inherent in a canine-oriented event (e.g., dog bites, fights or altercations, falls, contact with spectators at the Event) or the sport of baseball (e.g., throwing and/or batted balls, thrown bats, or contact or collisions with any other persons).
I accept personal responsibility for any and all actions of the Dog and agree that the Dog will be in my care and control during the Event. I hereby represent and confirm that the Dog is in good health and current on all vaccinations, including Rabies, Distemper, Parvo, Leptospirosis, Parasites, Bordetella and that the Dog is not the subject of a quarantine order, a pending adjudication or administrative hearing, and has never been declared a dangerous, potentially dangerous, or vicious or potentially vicious dog. I agree to be bound by the terms of the rules and regulations established by the Seattle Mariners for both the Ballpark and the Event, and I will abide by all applicable governmental laws, ordinances, orders, directions, rules and regulations as well as all rules and regulations that are adopted for this Event by the Seattle Mariners or its representatives. I acknowledge the Mariners reserve the right to exclude or eject any and all unruly, rowdy or disruptive Owner or Dog from the Event and/or the Ballpark without liability and that I shall be fully responsible for any damages or expenses, direct or indirect, incurred as a result of my or my Dog's disruptive behavior and/or ejection. I further agree that any Ballpark official may authorize necessary treatment for me and/or the Dog in the event of injury.
I understand that The Baseball Club of Seattle, LLLP, its affiliates, and its landlord, the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District, (collectively, the "Seattle Mariners"), are not responsible for me, including any injury or damage to me, my Dog, or my property while I am participating in the Event. I agree that I will not sue the Seattle Mariners for any claims, injuries, or damages that may occur as a result of my participation. I hereby agree to protect, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Mariners and any of its affiliated entities, Major League Baseball and each of its member clubs, any sponsor of the Event, the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District, and other affiliated entities of the Mariners (collectively, the "Indemnitees"), from and against any and all actions, causes of action, claims, suites, demands (or other legal actions), losses, damages, costs and/or expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorney's fees and disbursements) for personal injury, property damage and any other injury or loss of any kind arising out of, in connection with, or resulting from my and/or my Dog's participation in and/or attendance at the Event regardless of who causes the injury or loss sustained and regardless of whether based on fault or negligence or not.
I further agree that by clicking "I Accept", and in consideration of my participation in the Event, I authorize Major League Baseball properties, Inc., the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball and the other Major League Clubs (including the Seattle Mariners) and other affiliated entities to depict in perpetuity my and my Dog's likeness, images, name, words, voice and biographical information ("Images") in photographic or other works appearing in any and all media for purposes of promoting, advertising, or marketing current or future events related to baseball; and I agree that such Images may be used by them for that purpose without compensation.
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