This dog park is a membership only dog park. To register for access to this dog park visit the city website listed below. This is not a free dog park and does require a registration fee and proof of vaccination. The fee ranges based on residency and number of canines. The Long Valley Dog Park is a mid-sized, fenced grass field.
Along the fence line, there are some chairs and a couple of benches for seating. These benches are well placed under the large trees that line the park. These trees provide shade over this seating during most hours of the day. The field is a mid-sized field. This limits you in some ways, as far as playing long-range games like fetch or frisbee, but some form of catch could be played if you held back a little bit.
In the middle of the field, there is little shade during the peak hours, but your canine will find and enjoy some agility equipment. The grass here is well maintained and stays green during the spring and summer months. After a heavy rain or snowfall, this area can turn to mud but the grass helps keep your canine clean for the most part.
The park is close to the parking lot and but there is no paved pathway from the lot to the fenced area. There is also a small incline between the two and it can get muddy after a rain, making this area slick. The view here is lovely with trees in almost all directions being all that you can see.
The park is a bit removed and secluded from other traffic and there is not often the occasional runner or biker. The city often hosts events at this park in affiliation with local pet stores and distributors. These events can be fun and a good place to get things and information for your canine. You can find more information on the Long Valley Dog Park's website.