It makes sense for a company like Iams to give money to dog parks. After all, dogs love parks, and dog people love watching dogs play. And, of course, dog people buy dog food. So, donating money to parks like Iams Bryce Davis Dog Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas make fiscal sense. Plus, America needs good dog parks. And Bryce Davis is a good park.
In order to get to the dog park, you have to walk about 400 meters down a paved nature trail after parking in the parking lot. You will need to have your dog on a leash until you actually get to the dog park. The path is pretty and winds through trees and some brush, but there aren't any poop bags, trash cans, or water along the trail. However, you will find all of that at the dog park.
Iams Bryce Davis Dog Park, at over three acres, is nicely sized. The park is divided into a section specifically for smaller dogs, and the central park. Both sections of the park are largely covered in grass. There is some agility equipment on both sides of the park, sized appropriately- for instance, the jumps in the small dog is half the size of the jumps in the main park.
Both sides of the dog park have benches and water fountains for dogs and their people. Both sides of the park also have poop bags and trash cans. The main section has a covered pavilion with picnic tables. Human visitors are asked not to bring in any glass containers or dog treats.
One of the neatest details of the park is the lighting. Most dog parks close at sunset. Iams Bryce Davis Dog Park closes at 11:00 PM. There is outdoor lighting that visitors can turn on that will provide light until that time. It's a nice detail, in a park that is full of nice details.