The total amount of space here is about 100 ft. by 100 ft. This means there are some severe limitations in regards to some long-range games like fetch or frisbee, making them incredibly limited or impossible to play at this park. There is not enough room for a large and energetic canine to wear themselves out. Due to the space at the Elmsford Dog Park, most of the ground is highly trafficked, and grass does not grow.
Your canine will likely leave this dog park quite dirty, and those issues compound after rainfall as the park turns into a large mud pit. There is some seating available at this park in the form of benches and shade is provided naturally by some of the trees in and around the dog park.
The fence here is also slightly smaller then you would expect, and some large canines with a lot of leg strength could make the jump over the fence. This could be reasonably dangerous as there is a road adjacent to the park and a canine that likes to chase cars could quickly make it over the fence and into the road if they do not have a reliable recall.
Poop bags are available at the entrance to this dog park, and garbage cans are available at the gate and are emptied regularly. That being said, the grounds themselves are not well maintained and can become quite dirty. The Elmsford Dog Park makes for an excellent place to bring canines from residents to socialize with others, but the spacial limitations make it hard to wear your canine out here.