This could put your pooches at a higher risk as they play with canines many times their size. The grounds here are well maintained. The grass stays green through the spring and summer months and is regularly cut. This park is clean, and your canine will likely leave the same way.
Poop bags are available at the entrance and along the fenceline. Garbage cans are located in the same stations and are emptied regularly. There are several large trees inside the fenced area. These trees provide a decent amount of shade for the patrons of the park and seating is available under several of them but can be quite limited.
Water is available in the form of a fountain at the entrance to the dog park. This fountain dispenses water at ground level for your canine and waist height for the human companion so you both can stay hydrated at this dog park. This park is run and maintained by the Pend Oreille Veterinary Services located in a building nearby.
Their parking lot is available for the patrons of the park at no cost. There is a pretty good amount of space here for your canine to run. Games like fetch and frisbee may be a bit limited but more because of the trees than the amount of room available.
This is not a members-only dog park, and there is no annual fee or registration required. They only require current vaccinations and their current dog license. Overall, this is a good place to bring your canine to socialize and wear themselves out. You'd have a difficult time finding a better dog park in Northern Idaho.