Your dog must be up to date on all vaccinations, they must be at least four months of age, no more than three dogs per person, and they must remain in sight and under voice control at all times.
The park features a beautiful walking trail and inside the leashless section of the park, there is plenty of space for fetch or other games. The park has plenty of vegetation and this provides a great deal of shade over benched areas and other places for people to congregate.
The park has several amenities, restrooms, watering holes, and dog bag stations are all available in abundance. Park benches and sports fields are also available, though dogs, even leashed, are strictly forbidden from any of the adjacent sports fields.
Any dogs with aggressive behaviors should not be taken, even on a leash, as other dogs will approach them. If your dog does hurt someone or another dog, you could face criminal fines, lawsuits, and your dog would likely be put to sleep.
Overall this is a fantastic place to spend the day with your dog. It is open many hours throughout the day and nearly year round, with the only exception being two weeks leading up to a local festival in October. The park closes at 8 pm and opens at dawn.
The fenced area is quite large and the dogs can run for great distances without leaving your sight. They get a great sense of freedom but as it has rather high fences, there is no real worry about escape unless they manage to sneak out through the gate.