For the two-legged owners, there are two picnic tables on cement inside the dog park, and bathrooms are right nearby. Bathrooms are typically open in warmer weather but might be closed in the winter. Depending on the time of year you're visiting, call the park to clarify.
The park is small, but there is plenty of space to watch Fido run around and play with other dogs. Visitors report that the Stephen Day Dog Park is not too busy, so it's an excellent place to take Fido if he's new to parks and making four-legged friends. You can bring some toys in case Fido is the first one to the park that day. He can be entertained as he waits for other dogs to come down.
The dog park requires Fido to be spayed or neutered and up to date on his shots. Your pup must be at least four months old to enter the park, and he must stay on leash until he is inside the gates. Keep the park clean by bringing your own bags and picking up after your dog. The park's cleanliness relies on responsible visitors.
Aggressive dogs are not welcome at the park, and if any incidents occur, please call the Longmont Police Department Animal Control to report it. If you bring children to the dog park, you must supervise them. If you want to explore any areas outside the off-leash dog area, please put Fido back on his leash, especially since there are children around.