The park itself sits in the bottom of a small valley, slightly lower than the ground that surrounds it. That means when it rains, the water pools and makes the ground here very saturated. This, in turn, creates quite a muddy park for a few days after any substantial rainfall. Be wary of this and let those neat freaks be warned.
There is water access, and it is at canine height, but as the park can be quite busy and a lot of dogs bustle around the same water fountain, it may be best to bring your bowl. Dog bags and garbage cans are available to clean up after your canine.
The Lewis Dog Park has plenty of space to run, especially for those bigger dogs, this makes for a great place to come and play fetch or Frisbee and wear your canine out. Bench seating is available for the humans, and these benches are scattered throughout the small park. There are two separate areas, one for small dogs and one for big dogs.
This park also has three structures to provide cover and shade to three different picnic tables. This makes for nice seating covered by the shadow, and the Lewis Dog Park is really a great place to come with the family to hang out with your canine.
The view is lackluster as there are no trees to speak of inside the fenced area, but some do line the park. Next to the park is an animal shelter by the same name. A road runs in between the shelter and the canine park; often people use this area for parking. However, there is a dedicated parking section for those uncomfortable unloading their canines in the road.