The grass is well maintained and stays green through the spring and summer months. A significant amount of space means the grass stays intact except for the entrance area, which has the highest amount of consistent traffic. Poop bags and garbage cans are also available at the entrance to either section of the dog park.
Large trees dot the park, and these trees provide some beautiful scenery and a good amount of natural shade. Underneath many of the more massive trees, you can find picnic tables or benches for seating. There is plenty of space at this park to wear out even the most energetic of canines. Games like fetch are ideal for this location as you can wing it and they have plenty of space to chase after it.
Outside of the fenced area, there are large pavilions with picnic tables underneath. These are adjacent to the swings and playgrounds, which brings this park together as a family attraction. Restrooms and water fountains can be found nearby and are open during the spring and summer months.
Remember to bring your bowl so you can bring water into the fenced section for your canine to stay hydrated while they play. If you do not reside nearby, the closest parking to this location does have a $2 parking charge, but the park itself is free and open to the public.
For well-behaved canines, the rules of the park state the entire park is a dedicated off-leash zone. Canines who stay close and have a reliable recall will find this park a fantastic place to visit. If your canine likes to chase bikers and cars, leave them on-leash unless they are in the fenced section of the park, as there is a substantial amount of traffic nearby.