NoMA Bark Park is grateful for the friends and local businesses that support our dog park community. We're also indebted to the City of Columbia Parks and Rec Department for all they do to maintain our beautiful park. 


Parks and Rec

The City of Columbia Parks and Rec Department not only maintains our beautiful park (and all of the city parks throughout Columbia), they also organize many programs and events that make Columbia a vibrant place to live.


Contented Canines

Col. Tom Kelly, owner of Contented Canines, provides free canine communication seminars at the park bi-annually. Contented Canines offers training, behavior modification, and group classes. Consultations and Private Lessons by appointment. Group Classes scheduled throughout the year.

Pet Supplies Plus

Pet Supplies Plus on Harden Street offers NoMA Bark Park members $5 off the $10 Self-Service Pet Wash. Perfect for those days where your pup rolls around in the mud at the park. 


With two locations, one in five points, the other at 1441 Main Street, Sean McCrossin has created a unique, high-quality coffee and espresso bar with fantastic food. Drip supports many of our events at NoMA Bark Park, bringing their mystery van with coffee drinks and homemade sorbetto. 

The Local Buzz

Stephanie Bridgers has created a friendly and welcoming coffee and wine bar located on the corner of S. Shandon and Rosewood. A gifted chef, she excels in creating amazing breakfasts, lunch, and brunch. Stephanie supports our park by participating as a judge in our Halloween Dog Costume Contest, and by providing free gourmet dog cookies for our members at our Bark Park events. 

Fit Columbia

Angela Sellers, owner of Fit Columbia and Halloween Dog Costume Contest Judge Extraordinaire, has created an award-winning fitness studio located on Blossom Street. Fit Columbia holds special yoga events that are dog-friendly, and even offers yoga with baby goats!