The Piedmont Park Conservancy is excited to announce the newest feature installed in the Piedmont Park large dog park; a brand new agility course!
The course was graciously donated to the Piedmont Park Dog Parks by 16-year-old Ansley Park resident Jason Steinfeld. Jason is a Life Rank Boy Scout working toward Eagle Scout rank. He wanted to bring some added excitement to the dog parks and allow an area for the dogs to play, exercise and even do some agility training. He hopes this installation will bring joy to both dogs and their owners.
“I love Piedmont Park. I did my Bar Mitzvah Project in the Park by planting a big Oak tree and ferns. So it seemed natural to have my Eagle Project here too,” said Jason.
Jason with Piedmont Park Conservancy President/CEO Mark Banta
Jason worked on this project for over a year so that dogs all over Atlanta could come to Piedmont Park and have a little something extra to enjoy. Over 20 scout, family and friend volunteers helped with the installation.
The agility course represents the Conservancy’s efforts to encourage park visitors to be active while also having fun – humans and dogs alike! Appreciation goes to Jason and the Steinfield family for this enhancement for their fellow Atlantans.
Head outdoors with your furry friend, and visit the Piedmont Park Dog Parks this weekend for a new experience!
Guest Post by Alexandra Anton