Dog Bark Park is home to Toby and Sweet Willy, the World's Two Biggest Beagles. Toby, a 12-foot tall beagle statue, was built by Dog Bark Park artists Dennis Sullivan and Frances Conklin.
Sweet Willy, officially known as Dog Bark Park Inn, is one of America's latest additions to the type of roadside architecture popular in the early days of automobile vacation travel when travelers would often buy gas, eat meals or stay overnight in a building that looked like something else. Remember coffee pot or teacup gas stations, milk bottle shaped restaurants or the shoe and duck houses? For today's travelers Dog Bark Park Inn offers a glimpse into those bygone days with all the comforts of our modern days.
|Address: Idaho, USA|
|Latitude/Longitude: 46.0485 / -116.35|
Located in the heart of the Camas Prairie where wheat, barley, canola, blue grass & hay are the dominant crops. Cottonwood, 924 population & the second largest community on the prairie, has a compact downtown regional medical center, Bureau of Land Management field office& nearby Monastery of St. Gertrude.
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