The Concord Dog Park or the Pope Memorial Dog Park as it is also known is in Terrill Park in the city of Concord, New Hampshire. Terril Park, which is close to the River Merrimack, is twenty-one acres of countryside popular with residents for outdoor recreational purposes. Dogs love it for the off-leash dog park. This dog park is part of Terrill Park which has been cordoned off with chain-link fencing and is a designated off-leash area.
Dogs are welcome on the riverside trails and in other parts of the Terrill Park but need to stay on their leashes. The off-leash enclosures are where big and small dogs can romp to their canine heart's content. They can do it separately too as the different sizes each have an individual compound. The big dogs have been blessed with quite a bit more space, but so far none of the small dogs have made a complaint.
Even though there are no trees inside the perimeter fencing of the small dog off-leash area, there are lots around the border, so it is quite shady. The little dog section is grassed and has some communal seating for their owners. The big dog section is quite beach-like as there's a good amount of sandy dirt and only a few tufts of grass. The big dogs don't mind as they've got several trees on their side.
Whatever side a dog is being exercised on or whatever size a dog is, they are expected to be on their best behavior. Truculent Terriers, pugnacious Pugs, and confrontational Chihuahuas included. Games of tug-o-war with rope toys are allowed as long as the dogs do not get possessive. So are ball games.
The Concord Dog Park at Terrill Park has a decent supply of poop bags on-site, or more literally hanging from the fence in store bags. They are nice and handy, ready to be grabbed when the occasion they are required for arises. The dumpsters are close by too so poop picking up at this dog park is a swift operation.