Marlin A. Pound Park is located on BlueBell Drive. This completely fenced-in, leash-free park has drinking water offered via water spigots. Dogs who are ill or are showing signs of illness are not allowed inside the park to help prevent the spread of illnesses. All dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations before visiting the park.
Bruno Canziani Dog Park is nestled among a variety of walking paths on Charlotte Way. This park provides a safe environment for your pooch to run off-leash, as the entire park is fenced in. A water spigot is in the park for your dog’s refreshment, and this park stretches over enough land to give your dog plenty of space to frolic and play. All dogs must be healthy and up-to-date on vaccinations to visit the park.
Del Valle Regional Park isn’t just a park. Aside from taking strolls with your dog on-leash, you can also enjoy a boat ride and swim with your canine friend! The luxuries of Del Valle do come with a price tag, but it is a small one. The cost is $2 per dog. Not bad, right? Dogs must be on their leashes at all times when walking in the park.
In about 45 minutes you can travel from Livermore to Brentwood. Here you will find King Park, Dog Park, which is one of the most barktastic parks in the area. It is nestled right in the middle of basketball goals, play grounds, and picnic tables to make humans of all sizes happy. You can take your furry friend’s leash off so he can feel the wind in his fur while exploring the fenced-in area. Don’t forget to bring Fido’s ball or his favorite toy so you can play together. You’ll both love how clean and well cared for the park is.
Just a quick 16 miles from Livermore hides Del Mar Dog Park. Here you will find a large fenced in area that is ideal for playing catch with your pawesome pal. When you get tired of running, wind down with a leisurely stroll along Iron Horse Trails. Just don’t forget to bring a leash, since all dogs are required to wear one on the trails. The area is well-maintained and perfect for an afternoon stroll. The park provides clean water bowls, doggie bags, and even scoopers to encourage your human to clean up after you. It is a great place to spend an hour or so just enjoying the outdoors.
Fremont Central Park Dog Park is hidden about 19 minutes west of Livermore in Fremont. Take your leash off and run in the wide open space. Or you could take your time to find out what is new in the neighborhood by mingling with your new fur-ends. There are plenty of shady spots so you can sit back and watch Fido play. The areas are separated by the height of the dogs in them. When you get thirsty, head over to the water fountains for a nice long drink. There are several heights to choose from to keep your human and you from getting dehydrated while running in the sun.
Thirty miles north of Livermore lies Paw Patch in Concord. This park has a large off-leash area that gives you plenty of space to stretch your legs. Your human will enjoy relaxing under the large oak trees that have a good sized c a leash. While you are there, be sure to pay your respects at the Vietnam reek running alongside them. You can venture out among the trails if you don’t mind staying onMemorial. There is plenty to do for humans and dogs of all ages which make it a furtastic adventure spot for all. The park is peaceful and family friendly, so feel free to bring the mini humans, too.
Get in the car and feel the wind blowing your ears for this 26-mile trip to Heather Farm Dog Park in Walnut Creek. The two areas are separated by the size of your pup. Your human can rest in the shady bench area when he gets tired of fetching your ball. The water bowls are always clean and leashes are optional. There’s plenty of parking and the restrooms are also nearby, so you can spend more time playing and less time hunting for amenities. Don’t forget to take a leash so you and your best pal can explore the new sights and smells of the public gardens.