Dog Park details for TaHaZouka Park
The off-leash dog recreation area consists of two separate and secure areas. There is a small area, .38 acres, for smaller and less active dogs and a larger area, 1.68 acres, for larger and more active dogs. Both areas are surrounded by six-foot chain-link fencing with access through a double gated entrance for a more secure setting. There is water available, benches, dog waste baggies, a trash can, plenty of shade and if the need arises; there is a fire hydrant for those dogs that just have to have one. TaHaZouka Park consists of 99 acres along the Elkhorn River and has camping, cabins, picnic shelters, grills, bathroom facilities, canoe access to the Elkhorn River, and fishing. The park also serves as a trailhead for the Cowboy Trail, a rails-to-trails conversion project that is dog-friendly (leashes required). The trail runs for 100+ miles currently (2005) and will be 321 miles when completed. Location: 2201 South 13th Street. Directions: The park is on the southeast side of town, approximately one mile south of the intersection of Hwy 275 (Michigan Ave) and Hwy 81 (13th Street) on the east side of the road. The off-leash area is northeast of the campground and Ballfield #5.
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