It's apparently been open since late December, but I didn't know where it was at. Turns out I'm only 4 minutes away now after moving. I admit I'm not a fan of the whole "dog park" concept, and I was leery at first after hearing dog park horror stories. But we went anyway. It's a pretty nice park, it has miles of shared trails, an r/c plane area, and then the dog park (10-13 acres approximately, I think). The dog park area is split up into small dogs and large dogs, and large dogs not allowed in the small dog section, no small dogs in the large dog section. I suppose that's pretty standard, but the cutoff is 25 pound, and there is a big difference between a fat 25 pound doxie and a 175 pound st bernard, yet they all have to play in the same area. Anyway, we went for a walk around the park first because I was so leery of it, and I didn't want to go in with all the nervous energy. A lot of dogs were off leash around the park and in the parking lot (outside of the dog park area). Eventually we went into the dog park. There were only 3 other dogs there at the time, so I let Gavroche loose (well, I had to encourage him to leave the fence, which apparently smelled sooooooooooo good, and actually go into the park). He got along well with the dogs there, and more dogs came in while we were there. In the end there were about 12 dogs and they were all getting along great. Gavroche enjoyed himself. The only issue, and it wasn't much of one, was when an intact cane corso came in with raised hackles, but after a minute or so he calmed down (he didn't appear aggressive other than the hackles, I think it was more excitement than anything else). They were a rowdy bunch, but they got along well. There was a huge variety of dogs, some of which are prettty uncommon artound here. When I first when it there was a ridgeback, a golden, and a flatcoat pup. By the time I left, there were those 3, then a cane corso, an australian shepherd, a catahoula, a standard poodle, an obese doxie, and a variety of mutts. Of course averyone assumed both Gavroche and the cane corse were pits Everyone also assumed I had a ton of dogs, because most of them stayed close to me lol. The bad part was that ALL the poop bag stations were empty. I had some bags in my car, fortunately, but I need to remember to bring more next time.