Pet parents have continuously raved about the Pacific Steel & Recycling Trailside Dog Park. This fully fenced bark park has different areas for dogs more massive than 25 lbs. and smaller and timid dogs that are below 25 lbs. Located at 800 River Drive North adjacent to River’s Edge Trail, Pacific Steel is part of the City of Great Falls public park system.
This landscaped area where dogs can run, play and have fun without their leash, it is one of the most popular places to visit when your dog needs exercise and socialization. The great thing is pet parents, and other people can also enjoy a few amusements at the Pacific Steel & Recycling Trailside Dog Park.
The off-leash areas are divided by a plaza replete with benches, as well as a pavilion which provides pet parents and other people with an excellent area from where they can watch dogs romp, retrieve objects thrown, and run around the area. Readily available are disposal bags and garbage cans, so there is no excuse not to pick up after Spike.
There is a drinking fountain for visitors and dogs; however, this is a feature that is winterized during the cold months, so you must have water ready for yourself and your pooch during these months. The park got its name from the company that donated about $30,000 toward the creation of the space for canines. It may sometimes be inaccessible on occasions for improvement projects and maintenance.
The paved parking lot between the 9th and 6th Street North is where people leave their vehicles if they want to go to the Pacific Steel & Recycling Trailside Dog Park. There is a vault toilet installed near the entrance of the park so head there if you need to use the restroom. The park is a great place to take your dogs if they need some action and socialization.