The park is easy to get to off KY 17 and there is parking in two locations. The dog park is within a larger park and the fenced off area is located near the green trail, which spans less than half a mile. You can get in a quick nature walk on your way to the dog park. If you're feeling adventurous, Pioneer Park has 43 acres to explore and as long as Fido is on his leash, he can explore with you.
The park has three trails, basketball and tennis courts, playgrounds, restrooms, a soccer field, and drinking fountains. There is also a creek, which is beautiful to walk along on a sunny day. There is a paved path along the perimeter of the creek, but make sure neither you nor Fido goes for a dip. Be a courteous dog owner and bring poop bags to clean up after your dog. On or after rainy days, this park might be a bit muddy
The Paw Park was once run by the Friends of Kenton Paw Park and in 2015, ownership and management was switched to Kenton County, officially making it a county park. The official site does not state rules for entering the park, such as licensing, vaccinations, or tags, but be a responsible owner and make sure your dog is healthy and safe. We have read that some breeds are not allowed in the park, so call in advance if you have a stereotypically aggressive breed.