Paw Park at Arnold City Park is a fully-fenced, 1-acre park that is frequented and well-loved by locals because it is clean and well-maintained. There is a separate area for small dogs so that little pooches are well-protected from bigger dogs that can easily injure them seriously. The small dog area is grassy and parkgoers have often pointed out that the owners who bring their dogs in the small dog area are quite responsible. They always pick up after their dogs.
The park is quite large, 68 acres, and has an 8-acre fishing lake, and four pavilions. Arnold City Park has a paved walking and hiking trail, two multipurpose fields, volleyball poles, and a playground so there are plenty of things to do in case you also want to bring your family with you. There are restrooms in the park, so you need not worry in case you need to use the toilet.
There are drinking fountains all throughout the park to ensure your pooches are well-hydrated while they exercise, socialize and meet other dogs, off their leashes. The park has stray balls everywhere for canines to play with, something that dog owners appreciate very much.
There is plenty of shade and benches in the park, so you can take a little rest whenever you need it and maybe even read a book but be mindful of supervising your dog. Bringing aggressive breeds to the park is against park rules. If you bring children into the park, they must know how to behave around dogs. There should be no running, yelling, or roughhousing inside the dog park.
The Paw Park at Arnold City Park is open to all and is operated solely through donations. Donations are welcome and can be made at Arnold Recreation Center. Registration is not required to enter the park, but all dogs must be licensed and current on all their vaccinations.