Stretching over 2-acres, the park's terrain is primarily grass with patches of dirt and woodchips, with trees scattered throughout and around this pupperdise. There's plenty of benches and tables for you to relax and keep an eye on your pup. Some are even covered, while others are under trees for shade so you can stay cool throughout the day. With tons of room to run and roam, your dog is sure to have plenty of space to get out that energy!
While you take in the serene setting of this natural space, your dog can run in the all dog section, or cavort safely in the small dog area in off leash freedom. Agility equipment for the sporty pups is a tail wagging sight, and includes a ramp and a tunnel. In the summer, water fountains ensure everyone stays hydrated, and kiddie pools come out to give pups a furrific place to splash and keep cool. While the fountains are on a cement pad to reduce muddy conditions, mud can become a problem after heavy rains, so you might need to wear your boots and bring a towel to wipe down a muddy pup!
In the winter, you'll want to bring your own water. Some visitors even build a fire to keep warm while their doggos play. Conscientious pup pawrents often bring clean-up bags to help keep the park clean. Bring some along and do your part by always picking up after your pup. Human restrooms are available too, but they may be closed in winter.
Your dog still got pep in their step after the dog park? Finish tiring them out clipping the leash back on for a walk along one of the trails in Mt. Airy Forest that traverse this puptastic space. Mt. Airy Forest is Cinncinatti's largest park at approximately 1,500 acres, which means there's lots to explore, just be sure to bring along bags and water with you.
For a truly furbulous day in pawrific park, pack up your adventure dog for a trip to the Doris Day Dog Park inside Mt. Airy Forest!