The park has mostly grass, but there are some areas that are patchy, so there is some dirt. There are plenty of trees for shade, keeping you cool on those hot summer days. Fido can make new friends as he runs around and you can too as you sit an chat with the other dog owners in the wooden Adirondack chairs at the park.
If you forgot anything at home, this park has you covered. The park provides bags to pick up after your pup and water in case he gets thirsty. Garbage pails are conveniently located throughout the park and under the waste bag dispensers, and the water area has a small cement landing to minimize the accumulation of mud.
When visiting the park, make sure Fido is toting his collar with tags. He must be up-to-date on his vaccinations and healthy. Fido must not be aggressive and if any dog shows signs of aggression, he will need to be removed from the park immediately. Keep your dog under your command and make sure he responds to your call.
When you walk up to the park, keep Fido on his leash until he is in the double gated entry with both gates closed. You can bring some friends for Fido, but for each human, there can be no more than three pups, so that's a maximum of 12 dog legs for every two human legs. Children are welcome at the park, but must be supervised at all times and like your dog, cannot be left unattended.