Seating is available in the form of benches along the fence line of both sections as well. A few trees overhead with decent canopies provide some shade during some hours of the day, but there are no structures provided over any of the benches to provide shade or shelter from the elements.
There is water available at this park, but you will want to be sure to bring your bowl. Most of the ground here is grass though some of the grounds have turned to dirt. The grass stays pretty well maintained, and the parks and recreation team that maintains the area keeps the grass relatively short.
There is also some pond access, and your canine can jump around in the water. On warm days this can be quite the reprieve, but the ground between the pond and the dry grass is an area entirely of dirt. This dirt, after some daily use, quickly turns into a mud pit.
There is plenty of space for a large canine to stretch their legs and get in a useful exercise while getting in some socialization. Expect your canine to leave quite dirty, though you could use the water picket to remove some of the mud on your way out. The total space between both fenced areas and the surrounding park comes out to a little over seven acres.
There are public restrooms at this park that remain open year round. The Keen Terrace Dog Park also features a quaint little bridge that you can take to walk over to the small pond. Very scenic park with some unusual characteristics, though overall it somewhat lacks luster.