That being said, this area of the Aspen Greenbelt is rather small in comparison to some other dog parks. White stakes mark the limitations of the dog park so as an owner it is clear where your canine is allowed off-leash. There are also well-trafficked roads that separate each of the greenbelts; this means if your canine likes to run off they could find themselves in a dangerous and precarious position.
The Aspen Greenbelt in David Park is mostly grass with some concrete structures dabbled throughout the area for aesthetics. There are no dog bags available for waste disposal, so you must bring your own. However, there are a few garbage tins around for you to dispose of the waste.
Many of the amenities you might find at some local dog parks are not going to be available here. At the Aspen Greenbelt Off-Leash Area in David Park, there is no water, so be sure to bring your own. The dog run also does not have any restrooms. There are some bathrooms can be found in neighboring Greenbelts, though it may be a bit of a walk.
Throughout the greater area of Davis Park, you will find miles and miles of walking trails. Your canine is allowed on these trails with you, though your canine must remain on a leash at all times. The vegetation at this park makes these trails pretty gorgeous to walk along. Beautiful trees and flowers line the trails, and the high canopy makes a great deal of shade to cover the walkers on the path.