There are two small off-leash sections of the park. These sections of the park are fenced and are a great place for you to hang out with your canine. The park, in general, is aesthetically pleasing and worth the trip if you have never been.
Poop bags are available and there are trash cans in the park, however many dog owners do not pay much attention to their canines and the park maintenance does not get to the poop very often and it can pile up.
There are good shade trees and park benches available. The fences are chain link and quite high, making it difficult or impossible for dogs to escape. This makes it a great leashless park for dogs that are prone to taking off and running away.
The park is free to the public and has tons of amenities. There are picnic tables, barbeques, several grass areas, and multi-purpose fields spanning 16 acres. It has playgrounds for children to play, walking trails, and plenty of vegetation. Even the leashless zones stay relatively green.
Both dog parks are unavailable every Wednesday from 10 AM to 11 AM local time. They use this time for general maintenance and irrigation.
It is important to keep any dogs with aggressive tendencies or destructive behavior leashed even inside the leash-less sections of the park. If your dog hurts someone or another dog at one of these parks you can receive legal fines, lawsuits, and your dog could even be put down.
Remember other dogs will be leashless and quite possibly approach your dog. For this reason, we recommend you do not bring any aggressive dogs to the leashless section of any park.