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Nearly eight-acres in size, the Leland Community Park the park includes several amenities including paved path, picnic shelters and playgorund. Free wireless internet is available in the park through Leland Connect. No dog bags or water station for pets.
Hours of Operation: Sunup-Sunset
- .6 Mile Multi-Use Paved Pathway Around Ball Fields
- Open Field at Entrance (around .5 acres size)
- 1 Shuffleboard and 2 Horseshoes Court(s)
- 2 Baseball Fields
- 2 Batting Cages
- 3 Picnic Shelters with Grills
- No Dog Poop Bag Dispenser
'JOLLY' RUFUS BARKING REVIEW:
Not to bad of a walk here. There is a large open field fenced in (well, wooden fences so I could easily escape if I wanted) right at the parking lot. My human wanted to play on two small courts in the field - one with a metal pole standing up and another with weird symbols on a paved area - but crumbled he didn't have the equipment with him to play something called Horseshoes or Shuffleboard (good thing I like sticks ... I can find them everywhere I go --- no need to bring special equipment for me!).
Away from that open area are two large fenced in dirt areas where people run around in circles after hitting a ball - looked like an awesome place to chase the hit ball!, BUT was told 'No Dogs Allowed On Baseball Fields' (whatever baseball is???). Around the fenced in fields was a paved pathway, mostly shaded for a cool walk' lined with pretty flowers and bushes and large moss filled trees and grassy areas. We even stopped and had a 'Scooby' snack and some water (which my human had to provide since no doggie water fountain - or even doggie bags - provided anywhere here at this park) in a shelter with large tables to accommodate lots of humans (who sometimes bring food - wish I was here then!) Near the end my walk (and near where we first came in) are several large metal objects that 'little' humans (and sometimes not so little) like to scamper upon. My human sat in a chair on chains and he went up and down in the air several time (he does weird things like this sometimes) --- my philosophy is to keep all four paws on ground at all times!!!!!
1490 Village Rd. NE, Leland, NC, 28451