Parking can be found along the north and south roads that go around the park, which connect to a perimeter trail inside the park. When you enter the park, you'll notice it is completely fenced-in and marks a safe place to play with your pup, although dogs still have to remain on a leash. Starting on the trail, it follows around the southern portion of the park, traveling norther and inside dense patches of trees with benches and trash bins along the paved pathway. The trail is made of concrete along the outside, but has a forking asphalt path that traveled through the center of the park, connecting to other features. Once you're done walking along the trail, you'll be able to enjoy other portions of the park, like the open green space in the center of the park.
There are plenty of places to run, play, or just stroll around with your pup, with a baseball field on the northwest corner of the park that borders the green space. On the eastern side of the park past the asphalt trail, you'll fine fenced-in tennis courts and picnic tables underneath the shade. The park is right next to a school and may become crowded during after school hours, so for shy pups, going earlier in the day may be better.
You and Fido will enjoy the peaceful and safe atmosphere of this lovely park.