The Quincy Dog Park is located in Quincy Park in the city of Holland, Michigan. There is a large parking lot adjacent to the dog park. This enormous park has five acres of ground which has been designated by the local authorities of Holland as an off-leash area for exercising dogs. It is completely enclosed with above waist height chain-link fencing. There is a special staging area which is double gated for leashing and unleashing dogs. There is a separate section specifically for smaller breeds which weigh under twenty-five pounds.
The off-leash area of the Quincy Dog Park is surfaced with natural grass and there are numerous trees throughout the whole zone. It is a wonderland for dogs. Some trees are mature and offer good shade. Water fountains have been installed, but users of the facility should note that these may not be functioning when temperatures drop below freezing during the winter months.
There is a network of paved pathways running through the park. Benches and picnic tables have been installed at various points throughout the off-leash area. As it has opening hours until late evening, the dog park is illuminated throughout.
Children under the age of sixteen must be with an adult to enter the off-leash area. Running, screaming, or shouting is not permitted at any time. Pet owners must keep control of their dogs and children at all times. All dogs using the facility must be correctly vaccinated and licensed with the local authorities. No dog should be left alone in the off-leash area. Only dog treats used for training purposes are permitted inside the dog park.
Poop bags are provided on-site and owners are obliged to remove any waste produced by their pet and deposit the used bag in one of the containers supplied. The Holland authorities request users of the facility to help keep the park safe and clean.