Do you and your dog Spot enjoy large open spaces for running? Are you and your furry pal fans of the sun? Then you and Spot should head on over to State College, Pennsylvania and visit the Tudek Dog Park. The park has an accessible entrance from Park Crest Lane off of Martin Street, and it’s the only off-leash park in the area.
Whether Spot is a massive or small dog, he will have a space to play in this wide open gated park that has the appearance of a horse ranch for canines. There are two separate areas, one for large dogs and another for small. And Spot will be able to rehydrate at the water pump on-site. This will be important for him because the dog park is a wide open field with very little shade.
Make sure you read the rules that are posted at the entrance before you play. Some essential guidelines to remember are that only “three beings” are allowed per party in the park. This includes canines, kids, and adults. And children 14 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. Don’t forget your leash because you must keep it with you at all times. And you also need to make sure that Spot doesn’t dig.
Make sure Spot is up to date on his vaccinations and has a state license because he cannot enter the park otherwise. Additionally, this park would like owners to make sure that you call your dog and pat him often to remind him that you are the one in charge. The dog park remains part of the Tudek Memorial Park, which provides you and Spot access to trails, a beautiful butterfly garden, tennis courts, and more.
Past visitors of Tudek Park rave about the cleanliness and numerous amount of poop bags available, but some also complain that there are owners who do not keep a watchful eye on their pooch. You must always clean up after Spot and play with him in the park so you can be confident that you two will be welcome visitors. So, if you want to check out the Tudek Dog Park to see if it is a pawsitive experience, hop in your car right now. And have fun!