Free to the public, the Paws Playground owned by the Cascade Humane Society is a perfect place for Sparky to play. This doggy playground is a decently sized dog park at one and a half acres and offers a fun spot for Sparky to run off leash. But do be aware that most of the park is covered in small pebbles, and sometimes these pebbles can irritate Sparky's feet.
But volunteers also do a splendid job cleaning up and maintaining this fenced-in doggy play area. And dog owners will love the views of the trees and the peacefulness of the New Paw Playground nestled in the woods. For this park to maintain its peaceful atmosphere, there are quite a few rules: Dogs in heat are not allowed, owners have to pick up after their pups, and aggressive dogs need to stay at home.
Also, even though children are allowed at the New Paw Playground at Cascades Humane Society, visitors need to keep a close eye on their little ones. Also, remember only up to two dogs can accompany a visitor who is 18 years or older. Dog owners should also realize they are liable for any damage their pooch does on the premises or to other dogs.
There is no smoking allowed in the New Paw Playground at Cascades Humane Society, and food needs to stay out of the park as well. So prepare accordingly before leaving with your furry rascal. And although this park is free, visitors still need to fill out a membership waiver that asks for your dog's breed and other information about your pooch. Visitors can find this form on the dog park website.
Dog owners interested in taking home another furry friend will be happy to visit the Cascade Humane Society which is located right beside the park. If Sparky is looking for a simple dog park close to a Humane Society, look no further than the Paw Playground by a humane society. After visiting the New Paw Playground at Cascades Humane Society, Sparky will be ready for a doggy snooze.