The Yakima Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Yakima, Washington. This dog park is an out of the way section of the city's Randall Park which has been reconditioned to serve as a safe environment for exercising dogs off-leash. There is a no-fee parking lot right next to the dog park. This dog park is one and a half acres of open ground which has been divided into two individual compounds; both fenced with chain link.
The off-leash areas have scenic backdrops of low lying mountains and are bordered with trees. What interests the pups using the dog park more than the views is the great space they've got to run around in. Even the biggest of dogs won't feel confined here. There's nothing to get in their way either as there are no trees or agility equipment to block their path. The dog park might not have shade or any diversion other than their canine friends, but for the dogs who visit this dog park in Yakima, that's more than enough to keep them happy.
They love the dog park when it's been raining too as some parts get flooded which means they get to have a splash in the puddles. Pet parents should go to the dog park well prepared for muddy paws when the weather puts a dampener on things. Going to the dog park well equipped with poop bags is also a good idea. This dog park in Yakima is maintained by volunteers, and there's no guarantee the generous funding will always stretch to purchasing new supplies.
Taking an extra roll or two of bags or even donating to the dog park's upkeep is appreciated. All pet parents and pooches abiding by the off-leash rules is also well received. Getting the first off-leash dog park in Yakima was a long time coming and avoiding problems, like contamination from poop not being picked up, helps make sure the park will stay open for future generations of Yakima fur babies to romp in.