8841 N Cedar Ave
Fresno, CA, US
Fresno, CA, US
Woodward Dog Park Overview
Your pet will love to play in the one-acre fenced off-leash run at Woodward Park. There are separate areas for large and small dogs.
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Average Rating:Woodward Dog Park in Fresno, CA, US has an average rating of 3.0 based on 5 member reviews.
Good size park
Deanna in Roseville
Oct 2014 Would have given this 5 bones except for having to pay $5 to enter the park. So be sure to enjoy all the park amenities. Saw well behaved dogs playing. Ours was a bit shy but did have room to run. No small dog section and they tend to be yappy at the bigger dogs.
First Time Too Woodward Dog Park
Marci in Clovis, CA
This was my dog's first outing at a dog park and her first time around many other dogs. I wanted to try and get her socialized. I thought the park was well equipped it had water for the dogs, balls, they had bags and scoops to pick up your dogs poop. They had tables and benches to sit on while there.
Small Social Events - Roeding Park
Yvette in Fresno
If you are looking for play group for your small dog, check out the Small Dog Play Groups of Roeding Park. Each are free and you can sign up to receive notices by signing up at www.meetup.com. The 3 groups are: Tiny Paws - every Saturday; Roeding Park Small Play Dog Play Group - every Wedesday; and the Central Valley Chihuahua Club - last Sunday of the month (all small dogs welcome).
Cameron in Clovis
This facility is great for dogs but some of the "regulars" are real idiots. No respect and aggressive dogs. I've moved to the valley animal center and it's a day and night difference. This place isn't regulated and no one follows rules.
Wanted to love it
Mike in Fresno
Close to home, lots of parking. However, many owners bring dogs to and from their cars OFF leash, making it dangerous for driving and for unwanted interactions. In the fenced area, many owners do not clean up their dog's poop, making it unhealthy for all. Owners appear to sit together and gab, with their dogs sitting near them until a new dog arrives at the gate. Then the dogs flock to the gate which disrupts entering and leaving safely. Owners may want to consider exercising with their animals by walking or tossing a frisbee or ball! Isn't the purpose of the dog park to exercise the dogs? In addition, throughout the park, many dogs are OFF leash. City workers say they cannot give citations. Woodward Park COULD be 5 bones, except for the careless dog owners.