Since smaller dogs often get lost in the shuffle when in the same play space as larger dogs, Brunswick Dog Park has reserved one section for use solely by dogs weighing less than 30 lbs. This play space is also suitable for dogs who are more timid by nature or for seniors who would benefit from a gentler style of play.
Owners should carry a leash with them when on the premises. Though the enclosed play sections permit off-leash activity, dogs should remain on a lead when exploring other areas of the park with their owners. To allow as many visitors as possible to enjoy this enchanting park space, Brunswick Dog Park provides entrance to their facility at no cost to the public.
Housed on the grounds are several picnic tables where owners can relax and enjoy watching their dogs play. Bathrooms are available at the nearby Susan Hambley Nature Center, an interesting spot for families to visit. Brunswick Lake Park's 79 acres of property offer many hiking trails for families to explore. Fido is also welcome on all walking paths but must remain on a lead.
Home to many different types of wildlife, Brunswick Lake Park is a haven for viewing ducks, frogs, turtles, deer, mink, squirrels, and many varieties of birds in their natural habitat. The on-site 13-acre lake is also an ideal spot for fishing. Visitors to this beloved natural space praise its cleanliness and serene atmosphere.
There are very few regulations imposed upon visitors to Brunswick Dog Park. Park officials do ask that all dogs be vaccinated and licensed with their respective townships. Also prohibited in the dog playground areas are rawhides and toys.
Though there are poop bag dispensers on the premises, visitors report that they are often empty. To ensure you have a bag when you need one, owners should take care to bring extras with them from home. For a relaxing day at a beautiful park, make a visit to Brunswick Dog Park!