The park has a section for large dogs and small dogs. The large dog area is approximately 200 x 750 feet and the space for small dogs is 50 x 50 feet. It's enough space for your pup to get up a good run and get out the zoomies, chase a stick, or play with other dogs. The park is quiet and serene, giving you a nice break from the sounds of the highway and loud trucks. To enter the dog park, park your car in the lot for Robert L. Bridges Park and walk past the baseball field to find the fenced-in dog park. The fencing is made of a wire fence with wooden posts, keeping the look and feel of the park very natural.
The park has benches and tables for you to sit on, trails, and a doggie water fountain. There are plenty of trees that provide shade in the summer, as well as an excellent communication hub for your pup all year round. The ground is mostly dirt, but there is some grass. Be ready for dust on dry days and mud on rainy days.
While the dog park is in a quiet area, there are residential homes not too far from the park, so try to discourage excessive barking. Also make sure you watch your dog for appropriate social interactions with other dogs and humans, as well as digging holes. Always pick up after your dog, and bring your own poop bags so you can clean up after Fido. Make sure Fido is wearing his collar with tags and is up-to-date on his vaccinations.