Visitors typically enjoy a clean environment with garbage pails, water fountains, and seating. There are shaded areas to keep you and your dog cool in the hot sun. The park is open from dusk to dawn. Also, be a good visitor and clean up after your dog and be helpful to other visitors.
Before you let your pup run free, make sure he is wearing his collar with the up-to-date tags on them. If you have a female dog, make sure she is not feeling frisky and in heat, as she will not be allowed in the park. Many visitors state that the park is better for larger dogs, as not all owners watch their big dogs closely.
Park rules state you can only have two dogs to one human, so if you are bringing down three dogs, make sure you include an extra person in your pack. Also, be aware of how your dog interacts with other canines. The park rules state that aggressive or misbehaved dogs will be required to leave.
If you want to enjoy the rest of the park, you and Fido could explore the one-acre Saratoga Creek Park, as long as Fido is on his leash and curbed. The Saratoga Creek Dog Park is located at the West corner of the park, so take a stroll through this beautiful park with playgrounds and picnic areas. Parking for the dog park is off-street, but if you enter the main Saratoga Creek Park has a parking lot that can be used.