The Bandix Dog Park is located on the outskirts of the town of Burley, Washington. There is a parking lot at the entrance to the dog park which is accessed via a dirt road. Pet owners taking their dogs here should realize it is not an enclosed off-leash area. It is a stretch of wooded countryside which has been designated as an area for exercising dogs off-leash. There is no special section for small dogs. It is a very natural park and owners should be sure their pet has adequate protection from ticks and fleas.
All dogs must be kept leashed while in the parking lot and until properly inside the off-leash area. After the gated entrance, there is a large clearing which is bordered by thick trees and heavy undergrowth. There are also several walking trails running through the woodland. Dogs should be trained to a reasonable voice control level before using the facility. All pet owners should be sure they carry a supply of water and a drinking bowl for their dog as there is none on-site.
There are poop bag dispensers installed at various points throughout the off-leash area, but as it is a large park, owners should also carry an adequate supply of poop bags on their person. They are obliged to pick up all waste matter produced by their dog and deposit it in a responsible manner in the containers provided in the dog park. Used poop bags should under no circumstance be left anywhere else in the dog park.
All dogs using the Bandix Dog Park must have their vaccinations current and be licensed by the local authorities. All children below the age of fourteen must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Dogs displaying aggressive or anti-social behavior should be leashed immediately and removed from the park.