Â - 28.11 acre park
Â - Two and a half miles of hiking trails
Â - One-mile jogging trail
Â - Picnic pavilions (first come first serve)
Â - Playground
Â - Dog off-leash area
Â - Portable restroom
Â - Parking lot
Â - Next to Life University
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.
Bring your own water for sure. Nice and spacious. There's also a small trail To walk your dog if you don't want to go into the fenced area. Only two fenced in areas. One for small dogs and one for big dogs. My dog loved it :)
The trails are well kept & fun to walk, but both off leash areas have multiple holes in their fences--big holes that need to be fixed before we come back!
Great circular trail—one can extend the trail by entering Life University trails
We usually go Saturday or Sunday mornings, and there are always other dogs, usually several groups of them. The dog park is no frills, but is in a pretty big area. I do wish there was a doggy water fountain or two. The trail is beautiful - great trail for a jog.