The Steven A. Kirshenbaum Memorial Dog Park is a dog park in Saginaw, Michigan. This dog park has a surface area of just under half an acre and is located in the town's Imerman Memorial Park. Dogs can be exercised on the trails of Imerman Park but must remain on their leashes at all times unless inside the dog park.
For people who are visiting the area and not a resident of Saginaw itself, there is a small admission fee payable to enter Imerman Park. The cost is $2 per vehicle or $0.50 if going into the park on foot. This dog park in Saginaw is a superb stretch of ground with a good covering of natural grass which incorporates several large trees and is nice and secure because it's been completely fenced in.
There are several pieces of agility equipment including a tunnel and a hurdle as well as benches for handlers to sit on. This is a mixed size off-leash area as there is no individual section cordoned off for smaller dogs. The dog park doesn't have a water supply, but it does have a poop station with free poop bags and trash cans for their disposal when they've been used.
The same as with all other dog parks, there are rules to abide by when using the Steven A. Kirshenbaum Memorial Bark Park at Imerman Memorial Park. While children under twelve years of age are allowed entry into the dog park, they do need to be with an adult who can supervise their behavior. Also, no running or yelling is allowed.
Pups are required to have completed their vaccinations, have a license tag on their collar and be free of parasites such as ticks, fleas, and worms before being exercised there. All handlers have to keep their pup's leash in hand all the time they are inside the off-leash area, and any dog which shows disruptive, aggressive or anti-social behavior should be leashed straight away and taken out of the dog park.