The entrance to the Happy Trails Dog Park is marked by a beautiful bronze statue of a young boy and what would appear to be his canine. The park has power and remains lit into the evening. This park has ample seating, even a few of the places being covered. You will find a lot of shade in the nearby vegetation throughout most hours of the day.
There is water available in the form of a spigot inside the fenced area. This water is only available during the spring and summer months. You will also find public restrooms for your convenience at the adjacent baseball field, but these public restrooms are only available during the spring and summer months as well, while the baseball field is getting a lot of use.
Seminole Park, which is the name of the park that surrounds the Happy Trails Dog Park, is a beautiful and gorgeous park. There are beautiful walking trails with a canopy overhead formed by the trees. There is also a lake here along the paths. Your canine is allowed on all of this ground except being in the lake or on the children's playground. Anytime they are outside the dog park they must remain on a leash.
The Happy Trails Dog Park does not have a ton of grass. Your canine is pretty likely to be pretty dirty by the time you leave. This dog park was initially donated to the city, and it carries the full name of the "Bill Goodspeed's Happy Tails Dog Park." It is named after the man who made it happen, William Goodspeed.