This park spans for eight blocks of oceanfront. You may decide to take a stroll in the neighborhood nearby to appreciate the mid-century buildings included in the National Registry of Historical Places. One visitor to the area described how they spent their quality time with their best furry friend - jogging, swimming, resting on the shore, and visiting a nearby dog-friendly restaurant. The area is described as a step into beach experiences from another time.
The park includes special amenities for dogs. There are two double-fenced dog run areas where dogs can play off-leash - one for large dogs and one for small dogs. There are water fountains, benches, and places to dispose of waste near to the beach in the park. The are admission fees for residents and non-residents. Local residents have a $5 admission and the option to purchase an annual pass for $20. Non-residents must pay a fee of $25 to bring their pet to the beach.
Dogs must be vaccinated to play on the beach and in the park. It is always wise to keep your dog on a leash in public as there are park runs where the dog can exercise off-leash. Make sure your dog is under good voice command whenever you take them off leash. Always use good manners, clean up after your pet, and dispose of doggy bags in appropriate waste containers.