Parking is along the main roads that border the east and south side of the park, where winding trails extend to connect to the dog park, which offers a completely fenced-in area for pups. A double-gated entrance connects to the big dog run and small dog run, with benches and clean-up bags for Fido available. The left side boasts the large dog run, which offers a fake grass turf in the middle, surrounded by a cobblestone pathway. There is a gravel portion with logs to play on, benches along the perimeter of the park, and a few small trees in the middle that offer shade. Pups can also enjoy additional amenities such as a statue of a fire hydrant, dog-sized water fountains, small dog pools, and hose to clean-up off your messy pup.
The small dog run is on the right side of the dog park, and is also a nice open area, with fake grass turf in the center and a cobblestone path surrounding it. Smaller pups also have access to kiddie pools, water hoses, benches, and a fire hydrant statue. Additionally, there are much larger trees that provide much more shade in the smaller dog run.
There's room and a large amount of dogs usually frequent this park during the day, so your pup can get plenty of exercise and socialization. For more exploration, your pup is welcome to explore the larger Schuylkill River Park as long as they remain on a leash.