Looking to soak up some warm Los Angeles sun with your pup? Here is our list for the best dog parks in the Los Angeles area!
With 90 acres of off-leash room to run, your dogs will love Los Angeles’ Runyon Canyon Dog Park. The best part of Runyon Canyon is that you’ll also get in a great work out. So, not only will the two of you get a great work out together, you’ll also get a wonderful view of the city of angels! Go take your pup out for a hike at Runyon Canyon, and you just might even spot a celebrity dog to befriend!
2. Westfield Century City Small Dog Park
Westfield Century City’s small dog park is a wonderful little gem, especially if you’re taking your dog out for a day full of shopping. The dog park is perfect for potty breaks between your guys’ retail therapy session. However, note that this is specifically for small dogs under 24 inches; but, the park does have a doggie fountain and lush green grass!
3. The Boneyard – Culver City Dog Park
Located just outside of Los Angeles in Culver City, The Boneyard is the perfect place to take your dog for some off-leash fun. This dog park has two sections, one for small dogs and one for large. It’s spacious, open, and filled with sand, which makes it easy for poop pick-ups! They’ve got plenty of pooper scoopers and tennis balls available too. Just note, because it is filled with sand, be sure to clean out your dog’s eyes and ears after their play time!
Santa Monica’s Airport Dog Park is a clean and fun place to take your pooch. With two sections divided by dog sizes, your dog will be able to play with companions of his or her stature! The park has a doggie fountain and plenty of tennis balls for your dog. Note that your dog does need Santa Monica permit in order to use the park, and even if you’re not a Santa Monica resident you can still obtain a permit. Check out their website for more information on how to obtain a permit.
5. Pasadena Off-leash Dog Park
Located just outside of Los Angeles in the beautiful city of Pasadena, this off-leash dog park is a great spacious place for you to bring your pup. They’ve got separated sections for small and large dogs, some grass, water fountains for dogs, and poop bags. Your dog will have a wonderful time here socializing with his or her furry friends! Note that this park is closed on Tuesdays for maintenance.