The Lewiston Dog Park is in Lewiston, New York, in the Earl W. Brydges Artpark State Park. By state laws, pups must be kept on their leashes, which are no more than six feet in length, until inside the designated off-leash area. Parents of human children rather than fur babies should be aware that youngsters under the age of sixteen are strictly prohibited from entering the off-leash runs at this dog park.
This Lewiston dog park is divided into twin compounds. Both enclosures are suitably spacious, fenced with chain-link and have a decent grass covering. The small dog run is for pups weighing less than thirty pounds. There is more than enough room on their side for big dogs to have a fun runaround without colliding with a furry friend.
They have got a good selection of agility apparatus to play on too, which is great for keeping them occupied and out of trouble. Good behavior is expected of all pets using the Lewiston Dog Park at Earl W. Brydges Artpark Park. That not only means controlling temperamental dogs but also exuberant ones. Pups should be restrained from jumping up people and from constantly attempting to mount or bother other dogs.
There is a fine divide between being friendly and being an absolute nuisance. To make sure they are able to keep control of their pooches at all times, owners are limited to bringing two dogs at once into the off-leash areas. It does not matter whether they are St. Bernards or Chihuahuas, it is two tops, and that's it.
Smoking in the Lewiston Dog Park at Earl W. Brydges Artpark Park is off limits to prevent any filter tips being thrown onto the ground. Dogs can mistake these for treats or eat them just because they are there and ingesting filter tips can make a pup sick. Poop cannot be left on the ground either. It all has to be picked up, bagged in poop bags, which are preferably bio-degradable, and dumped in the trash.