Newly-fenced in 2011, the Dale Road Open Space Dog Park can be found at the end of a gravel road. There is a separate area for timid and tiny pups keeping them safe from the harm that comes when playing with big dogs. This fenced space is a haven for dogs to get ample exercise. It is an excellent place for canines to run around without the confines of a leash.
There are no dog scooper bags available in the Dale Road Open Space Dog Park so pet parents must remember to bring some of their own to use. It is the responsibility of pet parents to clean up after their dogs and help maintain the place’s cleanliness so that other people might also enjoy it too.
The park has a kiddie pool set up all throughout and it is not uncommon for dogs to sometimes swim in the pools as a way of cooling off. The presence of water fountains ensures that our four-legged friends have the hydration they want to enjoy their day of play.
The paved parking lot has ample parking spaces, so should you decide to drive to the Dale Road Open Space Dog Park with your dog, you will not find it a challenge to find a good parking space. However, you might want to avoid the weekends because it can get quite busy here.
There is a picnic table where pet parents can sit down and meet other dog owners while supervising their dogs. The Dale Road Open Space Dog Park is open for residents and non-residents to enjoy, but it is a must to get a Woodbury dog license which costs $10 for two years.
The only downside to the Dale Road Open Space Dog Park is the swampy area in the rear of the park. The mosquitoes can get quite fierce at certain times of the year so you might want to put on the anti-mosquito lotion when heading there. Overall, this is a great place to enjoy nature with your furry four-footed friend.