Games like fetch or frisbee may be a bit limited in this space, but still doable. The ground at the Camino Real Dog Park is some combination of dirt and mulch. The mulch prevents your canine from getting too dirty and the grounds from turning into a mud pit after substantial rain. The many trees at this dog park provide a great deal of shade on hot days, and you will find benches placed underneath many of the trees at this park.
You can also see a picnic table at the entrance to the dog park, near the poop bags and garbage cans. The rest of the park hosts walking paths you and your canine can walk through on leash. They can also join you near the playground, though not on, as well as the sports fields. They are required to remain on a leash anytime they are outside of the fenced dog park, but there is plenty of space to enjoy.
The small dog side of this park is a little lack-luster. Space is not enough to get in many exercises, so if your goal was to wear out a rambunctious and highly energetic canine, then this park may not be the best choice for you. The small canine side of this dog park is best utilized as a tool for the socialization of your canine.
Overall, the Camino Real Dog Park makes for a great place to socialize your canine. The large dog section of the park makes for a much greater attraction than the small side. Public restrooms and water are available here during the spring and summer months, remember to bring your bowl for your canine.