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Dog feces must be cleaned up by the dog owner or custodian. Holes dug by dogs must be filled by the dog owner or custodian. Owners or custodians are responsible for all actions of their dogs. Be respectful of the wildlife living in the park and the lakes. The lakes with posted signs prohibiting dogs swimming in them is there to protect them as well as you and your pet.
There are some simple things that can be done to make off-leash areas enjoyable for all users including: Keep your dog in sight and under control at all times. Always carry a leash. Bring poop scoop bags from home to clean up after your pet. Please help by picking up extra. Even responsible dog owners get distracted. Off-leash areas are shared for a variety of activities so please be respectful of other users.
Keep your dog controlled and from interfering with other people and their dogs especially leashed ones. Be respectful of the wildlife living in the park, lakes and surrounding areas. Watch out for the dog poop and unleashed dogs. I try to get the dogs here whenever I can when I am in Anchorage if I have limited time and cannot be out on some trail instead.
Located adjacent to Alaska Pacific University, this very nice park not only provides a place for dogs to run lose in the city, it is also a very nice natural area for people to enjoy as well. While staying at the Springhill Suites University Lake This wonderful park includes a pond, a large play area, and many trails. We walked the trail around the pond. This is a scenic area and very popular.
All the dogs we met were well behaved. There were a couple of daycares, a Boy Scout Great dog park by the lake! It's right on an extensive trail system great if you're a runner, biker, etc. We take our dog here frequently, and she always has a great time interacting with other dogs of all sizes that are brought there.
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