This neighborhood park for the residents of Wildomar, California also comes with a fenced area, especially for dogs to engage in off-leash play and exercise. The dog park is a safe environment where dogs can play and have fun freely. There is a fenced walkway leading to the park.
Note that inside Regency Heritage Dog Park is the only place where pooches are allowed off their leashes. Pooches have to be on their leashes when entering and leaving the park. There is no separation between large and small dogs, so pooches of all sizes have to learn to get along and play nice with each other.
It is also the responsibility of pet parents to make sure their pooches behave well and that they do not become aggressive to other dogs or other people. The park does not provide drinking water, so those who visit it must bring some or risk getting particularly thirsty on a hot sunny day.
There are no dog scooper bags available, so it is the responsibility of the parents to bring some so they can clean up after their dogs. The designated area for pooches has a few types of agility equipment, but overall, it is just your basic dog park which will suffice if you are looking for a place to take Spike to.
The Regency Heritage Dog Park also features other amenities such as tow basketball courts, park benches, play area for tiny tots and picnic shelters for those who would like to share some snacks or meals with their family, friends and even their four-legged best friends.
The latest addition is the water feature which has been dubbed the Queen’s Lake located in the Tot-Lot. The park is designed with direct access to the facilities shared with William Collier Elementary School. This is an advantage for parents because it provides them with a safe place to walk and pick up their children from school.