This park cost $15 for an annual pass or $2 for a day use pass. This is on a per dog basis and is enforced by the local police department and people can report you and your canine by simply calling 311. You can call 920-448-6242 for an application for that permit or they are available at many Green Bay locations. Passes are available at most local pet stores and a few city government locations.
There are great walking trails throughout the park, there are benches for seating, gorgeous trees, and other vegetation for shade, a ravine, and other obstacles of the man-made variety. This park has watering stations available for your canine. They also have disposal bags available to clean up after your canine as well as garbage disposals for you to dump them. They also have restrooms for you to use.
The park is divided into two major sections. These sections are for large breed and small breed dogs. There is also an additional smaller fenced section for puppies. All of these sections are quite large and allow for you to play games that require a lot of space. This is certainly the kind of place you can go to give your dog a lot of space to run and wear themselves out.
This is all part of a greater park and neighbors a golf course. This means there are gorgeous views and vast trails for you to walk on with your canine, however, any of the trails outside of the fenced off sections of the park will require you to have your canine leashed as to prevent them running or causing havoc with any of the other patrons of the park.