Although the park that surrounds it is quite massive, the dog run itself is rather small. It is fenced to prevent the rambunctious canine from running away or chasing down a local biker or jogger. The fence does not separate the dog run into two separate sections, one for large canines and one for the small or frail, and instead puts all the canines together into one section.
This could be something to worry about if your canine is rather small and likes to pick fights with larger canines. It is also recommended that you watch the larger canines behavior inside the dog run before bringing in any smaller canines. That way you can be sure your canine will be safe and there are not any aggressive dogs in the dog run.
The park has water basins for your canine to cool off. There is ample shade in the dog run, but due to the heavy traffic and it being open year-round, the grass itself can be hit or miss. Often times of the year, the grass gets too worn out and heavy rains and running paws turn much of the dog run into dirt or occasional mud. Overall, this park makes for a great place to come with your canine and spend an afternoon walking the trails or socializing with other canines in the dog run.