The park is fenced in with livestock fencing, which helps keep a natural look. It's a great spot if you like to take walks or just want to play a fierce game of fetch with your pup. The large park does not designate areas for small or large dogs, so it is important to be mindful of your pup's interactions and behavior. Also, the park does not provide bags, so you must bring your own and dispense of the waste in the garbage cans.
One thing to remember is that this park is large, so try to keep your dog in eyesight or make sure he comes back when called. If he leaves a present for someone, you want to be a good visitor and pick it up. If you can't see him, you can't know where he dropped his little surprises. Also, if it is tick season, be sure to protect your dog with proper medication from the vet, and protect yourself as well with bug spray and proper clothing.
The parking lot has about 20 spots and residents and non-residents can use the park, but each will pay for a permit from the Town of Easthampton. The fees vary, but once you purchase one, it will allow you entrance into the town's multiple parks.
The park can be tough to find at first. It is off Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road between Whipple Road and Gann Road. There is a green sign that says "Springs Park" where you turn and drive down until you reach the dog park.