Park City Dog Park, located at the Recreation Complex, is considered by many to be one of the best dog parks in Park City, if not the best. The park is fully fenced and has two gates or dog trap entry, so it is very secure. No worries of your beloved Spike escaping and running away or getting injured. The best thing about the Park City Dog Park at the Recreation Complex is the agility course.
At this park, also known as Quinn's Junction Dog Park, your pooch will have loads of fun getting over, under and through them. He will spend quite an amount of energy enjoying himself so forget the images of him taking out his frustrations on your shows or other objects in the house. There is a water fountain for pooches, so your lead will become lighter because you only need to bring a water jug for yourself.
Plenty of dog scooper bags are available at the Park City Dog Park at the Recreation Complex, and they are refilled continuously too. The only thing you have to be responsible for is cleaning up after Spike so that other people can also enjoy a poop-free park. If you need more than the dog scooper bags to clean up after your dog, there is also a shovel provided.
The Park City Dog Park at the Recreation Complex designated for dogs have dirt and gravel that is surprisingly soft, but it would have been a lot better if there was also an area full of grass. You need not worry if you ever forget your fetcher at home because there are plenty of tennis balls at Park City Dog Park at the Recreation Complex, so your four-legged best friend will not get bored.
There are three picnic tables for pet parents, a bench and some shade structure for hot afternoons. The park is one large area, and there is no division of space for large and small dogs, so pet parents must have constant supervision of their pooches. The Park City Dog Park at the Recreation Complex is surprisingly not busy on weekends so that you can head there without the worry and fear of big crowds.