Fuji Park is a 15-acre area which runs along Clear Creek, a tributary of the Carson River. The Park features a full service ... More
Carson City Fairgrounds/Fuji Park
Fuji Park is a 15-acre area which runs along Clear Creek, a tributary of the Carson River. The Park features a full service hall, large grassy areas, and a playground. The fairgrounds feature two open arenas and an enclosed convention area which host yearly scheduled events.
Fuji has water for the dogs, public restrooms, a child playground, bbq pit, gazebo, and some fencing. Most people are helpful with socialization of dogs and enjoy the friends made there. Some bring animals who are not trained and that can be difficult. It is a much needed dog park and in an important location. Some people would complain if you gave them an hundred dollars. If there is anything you don't like about Fuji talk to people. Don't condemn them because you lack the character needed to talk and learn what is going on.
This is a fun park with lots of things to do, however the person before me was mistaken. They were writing about Mills Park, which is NE of here about 2-5 miles. Fuji Park does not have a train or a skate park. However, it is a very popular dog park and people usually just let their dogs run free, which can sometimes lead to unavoidable tragedies
Very nice, large park with a great, safe, wading pool area for dogs, however the park is usually crowded with people who allow their dogs to run off the leash. If you go, be very careful when going to Fuji, as these people generally occupy a picnic table and do not watch their dogs. To give an idea of what I mean, I personally saw a leashed terrier attacked by roaming dogs as their respective owners chatted, later an unleashed dog was nearly hit as he chased a car through the parking lot. This is probably the nicest, most beautiful dog park in Carson City, go at a time when the park is not crowded with unleashed dogs, on a weekday during working hours, and it is a lot safer for your four legged friend.
Has all the things to be expected of a park. . . just little else. . .
By A Yahoo Contributor, 12/17/04
The park includes a nice walking trail through the trees, a skate park, a playground, a creek, BBQ pits, and sheltered tables. The park also has a miniature train for kids, and is close to the public pool, oh and a war memorial. On the downside whom ever designed the landscaping of the park seemed to have little imagination and so it's more functional than beautiful. The trees provide plenty of shade, but are all of the same roughly similar in size, none with interesting shapes or colors, except for in the fall in which the trees all turn the same shade of golden yellow, quite boring. The creek which meanders through the park, is flanked by short steep muddy banks giving way to more dirt and little else, no rock, shrubs or any lanscaping to make to creek more mentionable. The creek which flows nicely in the spring becomes a place of viewing trash and decaying clumps of vegetation caught in branches which remain in muddy creek bed from late Summer, Fall, and Winter.
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