Nature of Park: Fenced off leash
Open to Public
Location: Blackwood, New Jersey
Enrichment: Lots of woods (Off leash non fenced area -has pond near by)
Area: one fully fenced park, and one side with a pond-non fenced
Surface: Dirt, gravel, grass, mulch
Human Comfort: none
This little gem of a place is great for playing fetch or enjoying a nice stroll through the park. Although not technically a dog park, locals use it as an off leash park. This old park has been run down, but luckily for us dog lovers its perfect for us. Playgrounds, lots of trails, and a small creek makes this a perfect place for an afternoon wind down, or a Saturday morning gathering!
4158 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30319
*Be aware that this place could have changed since our trip in Oct 2016-be aware of leash laws!*
In the middle of the small community of Forest Hill lies a true gem, Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. Established in 1924, when Richmond was in need of a Presbyterian church, eight charter members began meeting in a local elementary school. In 1946, Forest Hill Presbyterian Church relocated and still stands at the corner of Forest Hill Ave and 44th Street in Richmond, Virginia.
Although we traveled through Richmond during the week, and wasn’t able to attend Sunday service, we stopped for a walk around their small campus. Between the beautiful building and the very touching labryinth garden, this church also decide to dedicate part of its land to the pups of the community.
Phideaux Field is a small fenced area for pups to socialize off leash. Forest Hill Presbyterian Church build the dog park for the community to give pets a place to excise while their humans get to know each other and build a stronger community.
What an amazing little church.
With such strong community values this church deserves around of barks! Thank you for caring for the pet lovers in your community!