This fully fenced-in dog park offers 2.5-acres for dogs to get their romp on. It can be a bit overwhelming at first, but a smaller section for tiny or timid puppers can be a good start. Mulching in the front section near the gates also gives dogs an easy introduction to this huge space. Once your dog is used to this outdoor arena, take one of the wooded paths that weave through the park to the dirt clearing where dogs can socialize or choose the next trail to sniff.
There's so much here to engage your dog's senses! With lots of shady trees, fallen trunks, bushes and pathways, your dog won't run out of things to see. You can take a seat on a tree trunk to watch the action, or follow along on a hike after your excited canine. Water is available through a hose for thirsty dogs, but you may want to bring a bowl for convenience. If coming in the winter months, bring your own water bottles as well. Clean-up bags are also on site, so always be sure to pick up after your pup.
Before heading to this pupperdise, your dog should have current license and rabies tags, as well as be up to date on their Distemper and Parvovirus vaccinations. Keep your dog leashed when entering and exiting the park, and anywhere outside of it. Only one dog should be inside the double-gated area at a time, and dogs inside the park should be clear of the gates to make entry and exits easier for all.
To experience the biggest and best dog park in Rhode Island, bring your pup to play at the Waterman Street Dog Park today!