There is running water here, and the park does have restrooms open to the public during the spring and summer months. Bring your dog bowl for access to the water, and remember they shut this off in the winter to prevent freezing. This park also has some agility equipment which was built and donated by a local high school woodshop class.
There are bags available at the entrance and along the fence line for you to clean up after your canine and the garbage cans that are placed around are often emptied. There is more than enough space for even the most rambunctious canine to wear themselves out.
Long range games like fetch or frisbee are possible here. There is a lot of natural shade created by the vegetation inside the fenced section. There are no pavilions to create shade, but the large trees form nice canopies which block a lot of the suns rays, at least until the leaves drop off in the fall.
Outside of the dedicated dog park, this park hosts several gorgeous paths and walking trails. Your canine is allowed through these trails as long as they remain on-leash, but these walks are well worth it. During the summer the foliage through these trails can be just breathtaking.
As the name would suggest, there is also a beautiful lake here. Your canine can come up to the water and hang out with you alongside the lake, provided they do not swim in the lake, and they remain on their leashes. Small engine-less boats, like kayaks, are allowed inside this lake.