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Have brought our dog here a number of times, where they have 2 enclosed areas for dogs, one for smaller dogs, one for the larger breeds.
They are kept in decent shape, there's running water for the dogs. Most owners clean up behind their pets....More
This is great park. There is little dog park area. It is separated by small and large dog.
We went to the wrong day which was after the heavy rain. So everywhere was too muddy for us to hike deeper.
I will definitely try on...More
Took granddaughter to park and we stopped off a the new Iron Hill Science Center. Was kindly advised there was a $2 admission as the science center is not part of the park. We were not prepared for this and exited and continued up the...More
I drove passed this park for several years thinking it must be too small to be much of a challenge for running or mountain biking. Then one day when I was in a local bike shop the mechanic started raving about the trails at Iron...More
I take my grandchildren walking, here, and often we stop to enjoy swings and slides and climbing apparatus galore. There's a lot of wooded space. I don't know how many acres, but it looks to be quite a few. Admission is free, and the place...More
We having been bringing our dog here since he was a wee puppy. 2 areas, 1 for big dogs, 1 for little ones. We put our puppy in with the big dogs to teach him about the "pack". He has since grown to be extremely...More
Not only is Iron Hill the highest elevation in Delaware, but it is also the site where thousands of american Indians cam to obtain rock material(s) to make arrowheads, and other survival items. The rock is Jasper-an amazing material found all over iron Hill. The...More
A little bit of everything in a small package. Hiking, Frisbee golf, kids playground and a fenced in dog park. Usually a good number of dogs there segregated between two fenced areas by size of dog. Most of the people are attentive to their dogs...More