Dogs Run Free Grass valley, ca

Technically, this is Condon Park.

We stopped here so I could stretch my legs and get some zoomies out during our road trip to our camping yurt. It's probably one of the nicest dog parks we've seen.

It's a 1.7 acre fenced park with lots of amenities. You almost forget there's a fence, though, because of the amazing tall pine trees that are a trademark of the Sierras spread throughout the park.

Buckets of water all around and a bathing station with a hose! Since the park is primarily dirt and soft pine needles, I bet you can get good and dirty here!

Sniffing for a spot...

Ready, steady...Go!

Oh yeah, there's also fake fire hydrants for those of us who like to pee on structures. 😊 We're such city dogs!

The only time Bidam will ever be bigger than me.

What's amazing is that it didn't smell at all. Granted, we came in late October, so it was pretty chilly, but it just smelled like a forest. Compared to our city parks which are usually pretty smelly, but maybe that's just because there are so many doggies. We were surprised to find such a big park! We assumed all you suburb dogs had your own nice fenced backyards.

For those of you who are looking for other activities, Condon Park is a large 80 acre park that has running/walking/biking trails, disc golf, skate park, baseball field and bbq areas so you could definitely spend more time here exploring.

Your fur parents want to know:

  • Yes, there is parking
  • Yes, this is an off-leash park
  • Yes, this is a fenced enclosure
  • Yes, there is a separate area for smaller dogs
  • Yes, there are doggy water fountains
  • Yes, there are poop bags
  • Yes, there are trash bins
  • Yes, there are benches
  • Yes, there are toilets

🐾 Caesar

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