Echo Lake Dog Park
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Old Navy
N 40° 40.653 W 074° 20.403
18T E 555772 N 4503172
Quick Description: Echo Lake Dog Park is located ,in the Echo Lake Park in Mountainside, New Jersey 07092
Location: New Jersey, United States
Date Posted: 12/2/2005 8:46:42 PM
Waymark Code: WM4EV
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member ibycus
Views: 120

Long Description:
The park is currently just under 3 acres in size. It is located in Union County, between Springfield and Westfield. You can access this park off of Springfield Ave.or Mountain Ave. off Rt 22 East bound.

To log your visit, Please post a photo of you and or
you GPS, with or without you Dog in the Park.


1.) Use at your own risk. Dog owners are responsible and liable for the actions and behavior of their dogs at all times.

2.) Dogs must be vaccinated and have valid license/tags.

3.) Limit of 3 dogs/human

4.) Dogs must be accompanied by an adult human at all times

5.) Owners must have a leash for each dog. Dogs must be on leash until inside the off-leash area.

6.) No puppies younger than 4 months old.

7.) No children under 8 years of age.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.

8.) Owners must clean up and remove dog feces. Poop bags are provided.

9.) If your dog becomes aggressive, it must be leashed and removed.

10.) No dogs in heat.

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Level of Enclosure: Completely Enclosed

Description of Enclosure:
ACTIVE GATE PROCEDURE: There are four gates to the park which are rotated every few weeks allowing for one "active gate" to help lessen erosion in these areas. The active gate is marked by a golf flag. Completely Fenced.

Kid friendly: 10 and up

Popularity: Pretty Quiet

Water For Swimming (them, not you): None

Provides Poop Bags: yes

People washrooms: None

Separate area for small dogs available: no

I would walk my dog here: yes

Fee Required: no

Additional Parking: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
To log this waymark, you must be able to prove to the waymark owner that you were at the park in question. This probably means a photo. The photo must be identifiably at that park, so having your GPS in the photo might not be a bad idea (alternatively you may include a recognizable landmark)
If you have a dog, photos of your dog having a good time would also be appreciated.
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