JC Snow Dog Park
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- RpMore than a year agoWatch out for small dog owners, they bite;)
They can be rude. They think they own the dogpark. Honestly, their pets are more well behaved than them, they should be the ones on leash rather than the dogs;) Also, paving the big dog area so it doesn't get too muddy will be most appreciated.
- CoriMore than a year agoQuiet
I like coming here for training when there's no dogs. Really theres not a lot of dogs anytime I've been there. At least in the big dog side. When my German Shepherd was a puppy we went to the small dog side... if you do this prepare to get looks and snide comments. He was way too small to be on the big dog side and wasn't huge, but this regular visitor had DOG AGGRESSIVE dogs and wanted to complain because my puppy sniffed him. It's a dog park. Regulars on the small puppy side weren't friendly at all when he was a puppy. I've only met and played with a few dogs on the large dog side once he got older and they were nice.
- DorothyMore than a year agoSome mud, but that = fun!
There was some shade and plenty of room to run and stretch out her legs! She had to find the muddy areas but there was a small pool and hose to rinse her off when it was time to leave. She had fun playing with another dog. Always happy to find off-leash areas when we are traveling!
- BuddyMore than a year agoJ.C. Snow Dog Park
Park is small. The surface is grass, has a water fountain and hose. There are trees and tables with benches, no structures for the dogs to play with or on. I spoke with a visitor who told me that the park has been condensed because of adjacent construction. And that a new dog park has opened in the area, but gave me bad directions - couldn't find it.