As mentioned by the others, the park is small, but a nice place to have a picnic. There are a couple of small, well-maintained grassy areas, but no play area for children. The stream that runs through is quick-moving, but not very play-friendly. The dog park is the highlight of the park, although it can become very crowded at peak hours. Bring your own water dish, as the common dishes can get quite mucky. For the most part, the dogs are well-behaved, but you truly get what you pay for (free). Our dog loves the off-leash freedom, and enjoys being able to get in some good sprints, but tires quickly of the aggressive pack mentality that often develops when owners are more interested in their electronics rather than their pets. Overall, a great place to visit before 10 AM on weekend days, or a good place for a short walk through the woods as the dog park gets bush.
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