Is your pup itching for some off leash time? Then pack 'em up and head over to A Place for Paws dog park! This off leash area isn't the largest of dog parks. But it definitely gives your furry friend a puptacular place to scamper around without the confines of a leash.
This pawsome park is open all year round. Since there is not a designated parking lot, you will need to find a spot on the street. Once your pal is safely inside the gate, they can ditch their leash and run amuck! Dog parks are a furrific way to let your pup sharpen their social skills. They'll love rubbing shoulders with their canine peers. Plus, they'll get some much needed exercise as they trot around the pawperty.
The park has a unique shape. It's not very wide but is pretty long. In fact, it sort of resembles a tree lined avenue.Most of the dog park is covered in artificial turf, but there are a few gravel areas. Shade trees cast some shadows in the afternoon, giving people and their pets some relief from the warm sun. Due to its size, A Place for Paws isn't ideal for energetic breeds that need to run. But if your athletic pup is in the mood for a friendly romp, this park is the pawfect place to visit. And there is a separate area for smaller pooches and older doggos.
While your fur baby is frolicking, you can sit back and relax in one of the chairs. Enjoy a bit of chit chat with other pet parents, just be sure to always have an eye on your pupster. Since the park is small, it's super impawtant that you pick up after your pooch. Garbage cans and clean up bags are available. There is also a doggy drinking fountain.
No bones about it, your pup will love this park!