The Morris Hill Dog Park is located in the Morris Hill Public Park in the town of Boise, Idaho. There is parking available for vehicles in the main park's lot which is just a short walk from the dog park. This park covers an area of around one acre. It is a fully enclosed off-leash dog park which is fenced with shoulder high chain-link fencing. It incorporates a special section just for small dogs. The entire off-leash area is surfaced with bark chippings. Owners of young dogs should be aware these can sometimes be harsh to very soft paw pads.
The off-leash area is completely open to the elements. There are a few trees within the off-leash area boundaries which offer minimal shade, but there is no other kind of shade for dogs. There are a couple of pieces of agility equipment and a fire hydrant for doggie entertainment. There is a water spigot installed at the dog park and drinking bowls have been donated by the facility users.
The Boise local authorities require all dogs using the Morris Hill Dog Park to be correctly licensed and vaccinated. Dogs must wear the appropriate tags on their collars. Canine bad behavior is not tolerated. The local authorities remind pet owners they are fully and legally responsible for their dogs. It is not permitted to leave dogs unattended in the off-leash area. Owners using the facility must keep their dog's leash with them at all times.
Pet owners using the off-leash facility at Morris Hill are required to provide their own poop bags and remove all poop left by their dogs. Used poop bags should be deposited in the containers provided. The Boise authorities remind pet owners that poop picking up is a legal requirement and failure to do so can result in a fine.