The fenced in dog area has plenty of space for your pup to run around in and shade to cool off on those hot Atlanta days. The ground has both grass and dirt, giving your dog's paws different textures to run on.
There are picnic tables for you to sit, but note, the park only allows bite-sized dog treats in the area. No human food allowed. There are also water bowls to quest his thirst, and abandoned toys are waiting to be played with. Grab a tennis ball, throw it as far as you can, and let Fido chase it.
The park has a small dog and large dog section so you don't have to worry about Fido being intimidated by a dog three times his size. If dogs get into a squabble resulting in injury, report it to the Bureau of Parks immediately. The dog park also offers poop bags, so make sure you clean up after your dog; not only is it courteous, but it's also the law.
The full park is great for the whole family and is 74 acres and includes tennis courts, basketball courts, a gymnasium, swimming pools, picnic shelters, trails, and playgrounds for kids. If you visit the rest of these park features, make sure your dog is leashed.
Dogs are only allowed off-leash in designated areas, and regardless of there whereabouts, all dogs must be licensed, vaccinated, and wearing a collar with their ID tag. Stay up to date of goings on in the park because the dog park will occasionally close for maintenance.