The Falls Community Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Falls, Pennsylvania. This dog park is located in the Falls Township Community Park. The closest parking to the dog park area is at the Wheatsheaf Road entrance. From the lot to the dog park pup needs to be leashed all the way. This dog park in Falls caters for pups of all sizes by giving them two separate compounds to chase their tails in.
Both the small and the big dog sections are large, and although there is a lake close by, there's no direct access to the water for pups from the off-leash areas. Dogs can take a dip in the lake if they're walked there on their leashes. Owners of small fur babies should be aware that the presence of snapping turtles in the lake has been reported. Unless they want their pup to become turtle food, swimming is best left off the agenda.
The off-leash enclosures at the Falls Community Dog Park have eight-foot-high fencing, so there's no chance of any dog, even the biggest and bounciest, jumping over it. The grass in both areas has seen better days, and it's pretty patchy. The big dogs have a small thicket of trees at one end of their compound to explore and find some shade.
The small dogs haven't been so lucky as there are none on their side. For the owners, there are benches to sit on around the perimeter. There's no water supply in the off-leash areas, so owners need to provide for themselves and their dog.
The waste stations in this dog park are situated by the staging area. Owners should grab a couple of bags as they go in because it's a long walk back from the other side of the dog park. Used bags should be deposited in the trash cans by the gate when leaving.