The ground inside the fenced areas is a combination of dirt and grass, but the grass is wearing down into the dirt in the higher trafficked areas of the park. These dog runs can become quite dirty after heavy rain, and the entrance turns into mud so you may want to bring a towel for your pup.
Games like fetch or frisbee would be quite limited in these dog runs. Large canines that like to take off and stretch their legs would also likely feel pretty restricted in this space. The best use of this space is really for socialization, as they are not likely going to be able to wear themselves out inside the fenced area.
Outside the fenced area, there is a lot of space. The Laurel Acres Dog Run has some long walking paths and a beautiful lake you can sit beside while your dog enjoys nature. Your canine must remain on a leash in these areas, but you can certainly get in a long enough walk to wear out your canine.
The grounds here stay decently well maintained. The grass gets cut regularly, there are always poop bags available for your canine, and the garbage is taken out regularly. There are also geese here at the lake pretty regularly. This remains in eyesight of the canines at the dog run, and some canines can lose their cool in situations such as that.
Overall, the Laurel Acres Dog Run is a beautiful park, and the park itself has a lot of great draws to it. The dog runs themselves are a bit lackluster due to the spacial limitations, but the park itself is well worth a visit and a walk around the lake. A good way to spend some time with your canine in the sun.