When you're at this park, you might feel like you're communing with nature. The open fields have a calming presence and the mountains on the horizon give a beautiful view, especially at sunset. The field itself does not have trees, but the surrounding area is lined with tall, green pine trees. For your pup to have a good time, he can play with the agility and exercise equipment or drink from the water fountain to stay hydrated. You can also take your dog for a walk on a nearby trail that leads into the forest. Remember, anytime Fido is not in the fenced-in area, he should be on his leash.
To be a good visitor, be sure to bring some poop bags with you and clean up after your dog. The park is run by an organization called DogPaws, who work with the city of Vancouver to create and maintain dog parks throughout SW Washington. There is limited parking nearby, but you can park at the Center for Agriculture, Science, and Environmental Education (CASEE) at 11104 N.E. 149th Street.
As always, remember to monitor your dog when at the park. Aggressive behavior is not tolerated; please make sure your dog can respond to your call and command. Your dog must be neutered/spayed and not in heat. All dogs must be licensed and vaccinated.