Los Angeles County Dog Park

Find Los Angeles County California dog parks. Dog parks are fenced areas for either leashed or off-leashed dogs and puppies to play and interact.


Alice Frost Kennedy Dog Park 3026 East Orange Grove Boulevard Pasadena CA 91107 626-744-7195


Arcadia Dog Park North 2nd Avenue Arcadia CA 91006 626-574-5113

Boneyard Dog Park Duquesne Avenue Culver CA 90230 310-390-9114

Canine Country Off Leash Dog Park 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway Santa Clarita CA 91350

Central Bark Dog Park 1500 East Rowland Avenue West Covina CA 91791

City of Glendora Dog Park 715 East Mauna Loa Avenue Glendora CA 91740

Diamond Bar Bark Park 738 Pantera Drive Diamond Bar CA 91765 909-839-7060

Diamond Bar Dog Park 738 Pantera Drive Diamond Bar CA 91765 909-839-7060

El Segundo Dog Park 600 East Imperial Avenue El Segundo CA 90245 310-524-2300

Flora Vista Dog Park 9203 Flora Vista Street Bellflower CA 90706 562-804-1424

Griffith Park Dog Park North Zoo Drive Los Angeles CA 90027 323-913-4688

Hermon Dog Park 5568 Via Marisol Los Angeles CA 90042 323-255-0370

Home Run Dog Park 20531 Studebaker Road Lakewood CA 90713 562-803-3301

Joslyn BBall & Dog Park 2300 7th Street Santa Monica CA 90405 310-396-1763

K-9 Corner Dog Park East 9th Street Long Beach CA 90813 562-570-7387

Knoll Hill Dog Park 705 North Front Street Los Angeles CA 90731 310-514-0338

LAPD Lawn Dog Park 100 West 1st Street Los Angeles CA 90012 323-644-3946

Lawndale Dog Park 14725 Larch Avenue Lawndale CA 90260

Long Beach Dog Park 5000 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach CA 90803 562-570-3100

Los Angeles Live Dog Park L.A. Live Way Los Angeles CA 90015 213-765-6844

About Dog Parks

How are Dog Parks funded?

The land for Dog Parks is usually publicly owned land designated for that purpose, land donated by a private entity, or land purchased by a non-profit or citizens organization. Construction of fencing and other startup costs is usually funded through private fundraising efforts. The costs of operation and ongoing maintenance are typically funded through a combination of non-profit or citizen's group efforts and the county or local government.

Who may use a Dog Park?

Dog Parks are similar to other public parks in that they are usually open to the general public at no charge. Some Dog Parks require registration and verification of a dog's license in order to use the park, and others may charge a fee.

Are Dog Parks supervised?

Very few Dog Parks are supervised. In most cases, users are expected to police themselves to enforce the rules of the park. For situations where self-policing is insufficient, park users are often advised to contact Animal Control or the Police.