The Meadow Road Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Lumberton, North Carolina. This dog park, which is on the edge of the city's Northeast Park, has a small parking lot just a stone's throw from the entrance. This dog park in Lumberton has been fashioned to suit all sizes of North Carolina canines.
There are two vast compounds, one for small and the other for large breeds. They are grassed and surrounded by a dense border of trees. Each individual enclosure has its own double gated staging area and is surrounded by five-foot-high chain-link fencing to provide a safe environment for off-leash exercising.
Neither compound has trees inside the perimeter fencing, so there are no shady spots for pups to loll when the weather is hot. No shade for pet parents either though there are plenty of benches for them to sit on. Dogs should be responsive to at least the basic voice commands before being let off-leash here.
If they're running around out of control, an owner is going to need to cover a good bit of ground to catch up with them. Pet parents visiting this dog park in Lumberton with their fur baby need to go prepared. There is no water supply at the dog park so taking a jug of water and drinking bowl for dogs is a must do.
Carrying poop bags is also necessary as there aren't any on-site. Just because poop bags are not provided doesn't mean poop doesn't need to be scooped. It does, and used bags should be placed in the trash cans in the off-leash areas.
If you forget to take poop bags, borrow one from someone else. All pet owners know sharing is caring as far as picking up poop goes and anyone wishing to fulfill the deed, even when they've forgotten their bags, will be rightfully applauded.