The Warren County Dog Park, which is in Eastham Park in Front Royal, Virginia, is a very roomy park. The park is almost three acres. The main section of the park is almost two acres. The small dog section, which is reserved or dogs smaller than 30 pounds or dogs who are elderly or disabled is three-quarters of an acre. So this is a park where your dog can really run around.
The dog park has a remarkably attractive and strong fence. There is a traditional wooden fence in front of a metal chain link fence, so the look is rustic, but the result is a strong fence. There is a double gate for both sections of the dog park, but locals who frequent the park have observed that both the outer and inner gates are frequently left open, so be sure to check the gate behind you carefully.
The Warren County Dog Park is covered in grass, and both sides are large, open spaces. There are some young trees in the middle of the large dog enclosure. There are plans to erect metal cages around their bases to protect them from being chewed and having their soil dug up, but for the time being, they are a temptation to dogs who like to dig.
There are mature trees looking over the Warren County Dog Park to provide plenty of shade in the summer. There are wooden benches on the edge of both dog park sections that were donated by members of the community, a testament to just how much this park means to the community.
The Warren County Dog Park is well supplied with poop bags and trash cans. There's also water fountains for both people and pets. There aren't a lot of toys or agility equipment in the park. But when the park has this much open space, your fuzzy buddy won't need much else.