Technically, Lennox, California isn’t a town; it’s a census-designated place. What this really means is that the area doesn’t have set boundaries, and the Census Bureau can change those boundaries each census. Lennox is such a populous place, though, that locals consider it to be their town. Either way, Lennox falls just south of Los Angeles, making it a great bedroom community for those who work in L.A. but don’t want to reside there.
If you don’t mind having a short drive to spend time with your pup, Lennox is a great place for you, too! The area doesn’t have any eateries that welcome your pooch to dine with you. There are also no dog parks in Lennox. To complete that list, Lennox also lacks a veterinarian clinic. Don’t let that deter you, though. Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Inglewood, and other larger cities are within 20 miles of Lennox. All it takes is a short drive for you to be able to enjoy a doggy bag with your pup or to have a leash-free run through the dog park.
Lennox is a smaller area located not far from some of California’s largest cities, and if you’re looking for somewhere to build a doghouse for your pup, make sure to come visit!
Just six miles west of Lennox, you and Fido can go to El Segundo North’s El Segundo Dog Park! This bark park prides itself on having plenty of room for your furry friend to enjoy some off-leash exercise. The park is fully fenced-in, and the fence is quite tall, so you don’t have to worry about your little escape artist finding their way out of the park. As it’s usually not too busy, according to locals, it’s also a great place to help your pup practice socializing with other dogs. Water is provided for your pet, but you'll need to supply the waste baggies.
Playa Vista’s Oberrieder Dog Park is just a bone's throw away at eight miles from Lennox. This dog park is very pupular with both small and large dogs; there are separate sections for both. There are several water fountains for your dog to use, so you won’t have to worry about them getting too hot while having a ball with their pawesome new friends! As a bonus, shaded seating is available for dog moms and dads. Whether you’re looking to let your pup get some off-leash exercise or wanting to play a game of fetch, this bark park is a must-see!
Culver City Dog Park, also known as Boneyard Dog Park, is another furrific bark park for you and your dog to visit. This bark park is about seven miles from Lennox, so you won’t have to venture too far. Boneyard has a separate part of the park for shy or small dogs. The ground here is mostly covered in sand, so if it’s particularly rainy, you might want to change your plans or at least bring along a towel for clean-up. Water can usually be found in the park, but please bring some from home just in case; you wouldn’t want your pup getting overheated!
It’s likely that your pup loves going for walks. If you’re tired of walking around the block, why not try a trail? About nine miles from Lennox, you and Fido can access the Hermosa Valley Greenbelt, which is also referred to as Veterans Parkway. This trail is just under four miles long, so it’s great for both beginning hikers and experienced ones. Fido can join you out on the trail, but they’ll need to be on their leash while they’re with you. You wouldn’t want your canine companion slipping away from you! Please remember to clean up after your pet.
Redondo Beach Dog Park is a spacious, off-leash dog park that we’re sure your pup will love! The park spans three acres, and it’s divided into two separate sections. As this park is near a beach, locals say the breeze rolls in and cools the park down, which is great when your dog is busy running around with his new friends. Seating is available for pet parents, and water is provided for both you and your pooch. You will want to bring along your own waste disposal baggies, though. Have a (tennis) ball with Fido at Redondo Beach Dog Park!