Although in the city dog parks are pretty small, the Orianna Hill Dog Park does have a pretty decent amount of room for your canine to run and play. There is enough room for some games like fetch or frisbee provided you held back a little bit.
There are some bench seating and a couple of picnic tables scattered around. Some trees and the nearby building provide a fair amount of shade through a significant portion of the day. There is a bulletin board posted here, and there are the occasional park activities listed. There are no shelters here to keep you out of the elements on rainy days.
A video orientation to the rules and regulations of the park is posted on their website. The provisions are very straightforward and nothing out of the ordinary for city dog parks, but they do ask that you take a moment to watch the orientation video. The rules and regulations are enforced at this park, and you are liable for any damage to people or pets that your canine may causes.
The ground at the Orianna Hill Dog Park is covered with wood chips. The wood chips help keep your canine clean even during the rainy times. Poop bags are available, and trash cans are placed throughout the park. The park stays relatively well maintained by the locals here, all volunteers or paid for by donations.
The place is surrounded with a rather beautiful looking rod iron fence. This fence separates the area into two sections, one for small canines and another for large. The locals recommend the Orianna Hill Dog Park, and they also request a $50 annual donation to maintain the park from park users.