Pine Nursery Community Dog Park sits on the 159-acre grounds of the Pine Nursery Community Park in Bend, Oregon. Also commonly referred to as the Bob Wenger Memorial Off-Leash Dog Area, this popular dog playground earns high marks from people and their pooches alike. Situated on the property and spread out over approximately 14 acres is a fully fenced play area which is largely comprised of grass.
Currently, there is not a designated area specifically for use by small, elderly, or timid dogs. However, all dogs are warmly welcomed to join the fun in the one on-premise enclosure. Off-leash exercise is the focus of this dog play haven. With off-leash activity comes a firm commitment to providing a safe space for all dogs to enjoy. As such, owners must play a role in ensuring all dogs remain secure by providing active supervision.
In accordance with Oregon state by-laws, dogs must be on a lead when not in a designated off-leash area. Pine Nursery Community Dog Park, a popular public dog play haven, is open to all people and their pooches free of charge. Housed in the one enclosure are water access and poop bags. The responsibility for all pet waste removal lies with each owner.
Bathrooms are not available at this property. Nearby Pine Nursery Community Park invites all dogs to join their owners in enjoying the attractions at their family-friendly recreational center. Here, all dogs must remain on a lead. Among the outdoor activities available are trails which wander through natural desert terrain including rocks, bushes, and grass areas, various sports fields, a playground, a man-made lake, and a disc golf course.
Visitors to this park praise its natural beauty and breathtaking views. There are no officially posted regulations regarding the use of Pine Nursery Community Park. However, most states do require dogs that frequent public places to be current on immunizations and to possess an up to date city dog license. Looking for a place to take Fido for a good run? Why not bring him to Pine Nursery Community Dog Park?