BART Dog Park, also known as the new Fremont Park, was initially opened on June 12, 2001, but has since relocated to the west side of the property starting with 2010. Located adjacent to the Fremont Animal Shelter, BART Dog Park is open to visitors and residents of the Fremont Community, to exercise and socialize their pups on a regular basis.
Situated in a beautiful area overlooking Lake Elizabeth, the property features two separate areas for large and small dogs alike. What is different about BART Dog Park is that it provides two turfed areas for dogs, one with artificial grass and lighting for large dogs and the other with natural grass for dogs 14 inches and under at the shoulders.
The large, fenced-in area offers pets a chance to run around freely and play with each other, without running the risk of getting in front of highway traffic. It is also a great place to enjoy seating, shade structures, drinking fountains for both dogs and owners, water spigots, as well as waste scoopers and dispensers. Apart from all this, the community at BART Dog Park is friendly and welcoming.
You might even see small dogs play alongside their more massive buddies, which are welcome at owner's discretion. As a fenced-in community park, owners must also pay attention to the dog park rules and guidelines before taking their pup to the premises. Handlers need to ensure their dogs are legally licensed and vaccinated, wearing a visible dog license tag, as well as under their voice control at all times.
It is also important that owners clean up after their pets and do not bring human food, dog food or long-lasting chews into the park. The fenced-in, off-leash BART Dog Park of Fremont City is the place where Fido can get all the exercise needed while enjoying a relaxing playtime session surrounded by their fellow, well-behaved furry buddies.