There are waste bag dispensers with bags and plenty of garbage pails to readily dispose of the scooped poop. Be sure to clean up after your dog; in 2016, the park had to close due to excessive feces not being picked up which caused a giardia outbreak among dogs. Since then, it seems many people clean up after their pup, so be sure to do the same.
For your comfort, benches are provided throughout the fenced-in park, some under the shade of some large trees and others in areas that will allow you to bask in the sun's rays. There is a bucket for rainwater, but no water fountain to drink from or hose Fido down with, so be sure to bring your own.
Keep your dog on a leash until he is in the park and make sure he is wearing his collar with his ID tag and license. Before he enters the park, he should be up to date on all his shots and currently healthy. Each owner can bring up to three dogs, but remember to watch them at all times. Aggressive dogs are to be removed immediately and aggressive behavior is not tolerated. Dogs in heat are not allowed in the park and puppies who have not yet received vaccinations cannot enter, either. If you bring children to the park with you, make sure you watch them, too. If you have a yappy dog, try to keep him quiet during early morning and evening hours, as not to disturb local residents.