The park is just under an acre and has a grass turf. In the winter months, this park stays quite active, same with the early spring. This means the grass is not always doing the best, and often this park could be described as a dirt park. Doggie bags are available in abundance, and trash cans are scattered around the park for your convenience.
The fence that surrounds the Keene Creek Dog Park also divides it into two sections, one for large canines and another for small ones. Two separate parking areas are nearby for access to this park, but both are about a block away. Remember to bring your leash as you will have to walk along a roadway to gain entrance to the park.
When the grass is entirely run down, this park can get pretty muddy after a heavy rain. Even without rain, the dirt can make sure your canine leaves quite dirty if they like to roll around. There is a good amount of space in this park. Games like fetch and frisbee may be tricky, but there is indeed enough room for your canine to get in a good run.
Some trees line the park, and during some seasons and sometimes of the day, these trees can provide the patrons of this park a lot of shade. The trees only line the one side, so most of the time there is very little shade at this park. Benches do line the fence and provide ample seating for the park, but there are no structures above them to provide shade or shelter from the elements.