Spike will love this small dog park that features a lot of shade. It has a soft, grassy surface and some mulch. There’s also a wooded area surrounding this fenced-in dog park. Spike will be happy to run around off-leash in this clean well-maintained park. There is also a water spigot so Spike can tank up and hydrate before running off into the sun.
Dog owners will appreciate the poop bags on the premises and receptacles to get rid of doggy poo. They also will appreciate the benches underneath the trees. Not only is there a double gate to make sure that Spike won't escape, but this half-acre park has enough space to separate the large dogs from the small.
This dog park is located in the much-larger Northwest Community Park that’s a massive 26 acres! Many dog owners venture to this surrounding park after letting their fur baby run in the sun. The Northwest Community Park features baseball and soccer fields, picnic tables, bicycle paths, restrooms, and more.
Bike riding on the trails remains a favorite activity here, so dog owners frequently see bikers from the enclosed dog area. The city of Santa Rosa runs this dog park, so the grassy area and fence are always in excellent condition and the area is known for being freshly mowed.
Owners should remember to leave their aggressive dogs at home, come to the park with a leash, and make sure their pooch has up-to-date vaccinations and a license. Also, remember to clean after your furry pal to maintain the cleanliness of this lovely, small park.
Dog owners will enjoy the shade and California breeze as well as the many amenities located nearby. The Northwest Community Dog Park provides a safe and fun space for Spike to play, so don't stall. Bring your four-legged friend to this beautiful and safe doggy area where Spike can play endless games of fetch.