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Wildwood Park

1050 Barclay Circle

 - 28.11 acre park
 - Two and a half miles of hiking trails
 - One-mile jogging trail
 - Picnic pavilions (first come first serve)
 - Playground
 - Dog off-leash area
 - Portable restroom
 - Parking lot
 - Next to Life University



Saturday, April 28, 2018
It is good size park, divided into 2 sections. One for small and one for large dogs. Poop bags provided. You need to bring your own water and bowl. It is relatively clean. The reason I give it 3 stars only is meet-up groups, dogs want to play, but owners are cliquish. Also I have seen puppy sales going on and every so often small dogs in large dog section.

candice byndloss

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Older park, love the FENCED in dog areas HATE that owners dont pick up their dog's poop. Beautiful older trees and trails!

Robyn-Alexis Hurd

Friday, March 9, 2018
It's a decent size for a dog park, I guess, and there's even a separate section for smaller dogs (30lbs or less), but the terrain is so ragged. Very little grass, mostly rocks and clay with a couple of grassy areas in the big dog pen. Could hurt your pup if they fall while playing

M Naeger

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018
Took my small dog to the park on a cold winter's day. As expected, there were more large dogs and very few small dogs. The park has adjacent small and large dog areas of fairly good size. The surface is grass and dirt. It looks like it could be messy after a rain.The dog areas were very simple with a bench and very few trees. No water was available. There is a gravel parking lot near the dog park and a dirt and rock walking path circles around the area.The park is near the Air force base. One trail had a sign saying that only service dogs were allowed. Will have to visit again but the park did not seem to be nearly as large as it claims.

april brown

Thursday, May 10, 2018
Great place to take my dog for him to run around and play.

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