This park is very well maintained, and the design is quite nice. They have adapted fallen (or perhaps cut explicitly for) trees into makeshift stairs and agility equipment. Water is available at this park so you and your canine can stay hydrated. Toys like tennis balls are often left strewn about, and there is certainly enough space to play a bit of catch and wear out your canine.
The ground itself is mostly dirt. Grass does not grow well beneath the canopy of the pine trees or underfoot canines often running around. On the downside, this means after a good rainfall the ground becomes very saturated with water and quite muddy.
Due to the canopy of trees overhead, the earth will not get much sun, and it could take a more extended amount of time than usual for the soil to dry up. Your canine will always leave here covered in dirt, but for a few days after rain, also caked in mud.
The Woodland Dog Park is fenced so your canine cannot escape. However, there is a lot of space, over an acre, and your canine could quickly get out of sight. The fence also separates the large dog section from the small dog section.
There is a high canopy of trees overhead. This makes for a gorgeous park, but it also provides a great deal of shade and shelter. Benches are placed throughout the park, and you will often find them up against the base of trees. Doggie bag stations and garbage cans are also set throughout for your convenience.
The unique feel and biome here at the Woodland Dog Park make it quite an amazing place to bring your canine, especially for those stuck in the city all the time. The city of Seattle and the Woodland Dog Park ask that you visit their website and review their rules and code of conduct.