The ground here is some combination of dirt and grass and can get quite muddy after heavy rainfall. The grounds stay clean and well maintained, the doggie bags always in stock, and the garbage can at the entrance to the fenced section is regularly taken out.
Many trees line the park. These trees produce a lot of leaves and have high canopies; they provide a lot of shade to the dog park through most of the year and almost all times of the day. Seating is available along the fence line, and many are directly under some large trees for shade.
The Anderson Community Park does not have running water. This means no water for your canine unless you bring your own. This also means no public restrooms or water fountains for yourself, at least in this section of Anderson Community Park.
This park also has many walking trails and other pathways for you to take your canine on a nice long walk a wear them out. The total park measures a total of 55-acres, though the dog park is but a small fraction of that. The rest of the park hosts sports fields, playgrounds, walking paths and a ton of other activities for the community.
There are picnic tables and grills scattered at different locations in the Anderson Community Park as well as a fishing pond for those that enjoy that kind of thing. However, in all of these areas, or any area outside of the fenced dog park, your canine is required to remain on-leash.