The Moore Road Dog Park, or the Lezlie Morrow Memorial Dog Park as it is also known, is in Moore Road Park in the city of Paradise, California. Dogs are permitted to be walked on their leashes from the parking lot to the off-leash area, but must not go near the sports fields.
This dog park in Paradise really is a little piece of paradise where dogs can be exercised off-leash. The dog park has individual areas for different sized dogs, large ones and small ones, both of which are securely enclosed with above head height fencing fabricated from chain-link.
The two sections of the Moore Road Dog Park are both surfaced with dirt and have lots of tall pine trees which provide great shade and give the dog park a woodland appeal. Fallen pine needles can be a bit of a nuisance as they stick in a dog's fur, but are easily removed.
While the dog park is spacious and there's plenty of room for dogs to run around, the Paradise authorities recommend caution when taking dog toys such as balls and frisbees into the off-leash area. Without toys to distract them, dogs are more likely to socialize calmly and naturally with other canines in the dog park.
Though if a dog does exhibit anti-social behavior, they should be removed from the off-leash area immediately. Owners are only permitted to take two dogs into the Moore Road Dog Park at any one time, keeping them closely supervised and never leaving them unattended.
There are poop bag dispensers in the staging area, so owners should pick up several before entering the off-leash area. No-one wants to see paradise strewn with poop, so it's requisite to pick up every last bit and put the used bags in the trash. Dog digging is a definite no-no, so if any excavations do occur, they should be refilled before you leave the park.