Canines that like to run off will be able to do so here, and there are streets with some traffic nearby. Canines that come to this dog park should have a reliable recall and stay under voice command at all times. A few trees line the CiCo Dog Park adjacent to the street, you can use these for shade on a hot day, but a majority of the park is at the mercy of the suns rays.
There is no seating provided at the CiCo Dog Park either. The ground here is mostly grass, but there is enough dirt that it turns to mud after heavy rainfall. Plenty of parking is available here either at the parking lot or across the park on the street adjacent to the CiCo Dog Park. Both are free parking, and there is typically plenty of spaces available.
Water is available here during the spring and summer months in the form of a water fountain. This fountain has a bowl at ground level for your canine to drink from and a dispenser at waist height for you to access. Outside of the CiCo Dog Park, there is a nearly 100-acre park for you to explore. Your canine is allowed through the majority of the park provided they remain on a leash.
The park consists of everything between walking trails and an arboretum. There are sports fields, tennis courts, and a baseball complex. The rodeo does activities at this park, and the city has a long and organized list of events that occur at this park throughout the year. Some of these events are specifically for dog owners and take place at the dog park.