Off Leash Dog Parks Los Angeles

An off leash dog park can be a fun experience for both dogs and owners. These facilities provide dogs with the rare opportunity to run free and socialize with other people and dogs. Today, more than 600 city or county sanctioned off leash dog parks exist within the U.S. Safety first: when introducing your dog to an off leash dog park, make sure you have the proper registration tags and vaccinations.

The dog zone will be open from 6:00 AM till dusk daily with plenty of space for dogs to run and exercise with their owners. The dog zone features a do... View Listing
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ABOUT THE DOG PARK The Redondo Beach Dog Park is a fenced three-acre dog run with separate areas for both large and small dogs. The Park is situated a... View Listing
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**MUST BE ON 6' LEASH** Los Angeles State Historic Park provides an extraordinary opportunity for recreation and education in the heart of Los Angeles... View Listing
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All dogs must be on a leash. Barbecue pits, baseball diamond (unlighted), basketball courts (lighted/indoor), basketball courts (unlighted/outdoor), c... View Listing
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Scenic, dog-friendly spot with a large grass field, a kids' play area & views of the Hollywood sign.... View Listing
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Memorial Park Dog Run | 1401 Olympic Blvd Dog run located north of tennis courts on west side of park Open daily, 6 am - 8:30 pm Closed for maintenanc... View Listing
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Dog Beach USA is open every day, year-round, 5am-10pm. GPS for Huntington Dog Beach is 100 Goldenwest St., HB., CA 92648. ​ Parking is located on Pa... View Listing
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Thanks to LA Rec & Parks and Council member Koretz, the Westwood Recreation Center Dog Park (“Westwoof Dog Park”) is now open to two-legged park p... View Listing
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The Boneyard is located in the middle of a large park, and is an ideal setting for Culver City's off leash dog park. It is a little over 1 acre in siz... View Listing
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