The ground here is grass and stays in good shape through the spring and summer months. It is regularly cut and remains at an appropriate length, never becoming too overgrown. The grounds are very well maintained, and this is an immaculate dog park, as should be expected from a military facility. The park here also hosts specific times blocked out for puppies.
This dog park is entirely fenced, and there are poop bags available at the entrance to the dog park. It is not a co-mingled dog park, meaning there is are separate sections for small and large canines. There is running water at this dog park, but you will want to bring your bowl. Even though there is running water, portapotties are the only form of restroom available for the human companions.
There is ample seating here at the Fort Campbell South Dog Park in the form of benches along the fence line and near the entrance. Several of these benches are placed under canopies that provide shade. A majority of the dog park is in an open field, and although you will be seated in the shade, your canine will likely be playing in the direct sunlight.
There is a good amount of space at this dog park, and plenty of space in the large canine section for games like frisbee or fetch. Even the most energetic or rambunctious canine can wear themselves out at this dog park. The Fort Campbell South Dog Park is an exceptional place to bring your canine to get some exercise and socialization.