The Glasgow Regional Park houses this large dog park. This park has two separate fenced areas for canines to run and play. One fenced section is for large canines, the other designated to small breeds, toy dogs, and puppies. The Glasgow Regional Dog Park has a parking lot adjacent.
That parking lot is at no cost, and there are plenty of spaces available. Inside the fenced dog area, several of the amenities you might expect from a local dog park. Agility equipment is available here. This equipment is in excellent condition. Plenty of seating is provided in the form of benches along the fence line and placed strategically throughout the dog park.
There is water available in the form of a water fountain inside the fenced area of the dog park. There are some public restrooms located in this park though they are a reasonable distance from the dog park. There are no trees inside the dog park which makes for very little shade on hot days.
The Glasgow Regional Dog Park stays relatively well maintained and is fairly clean. The ground here is mulch which helps keep your canine clean when visiting, though the ground underneath can devolve into a mud fest after a heavy rain. The Glasglow Regional Park, outside the dog park, still welcomes canines.
They are required to remain on their leash at all times if they are outside the fenced zone, and they are not allowed inside any of the facilities or on any of the playgrounds or sports fields, but several attractions make it worth-while. There is a walking path that in total is several miles.
This trail is surrounded by beautiful vegetation; it is very aesthetically pleasing. There are also large trees which create a canopy over a majority o the walking trail. This canopy provides a great deal of shade to those walking the path and make this trail an excellent alternative to the dog park when the sun is high in the sky on a hot day.