Though it's hard to gauge whether doggos are able to swim in the water, there are no specifications prohibiting your leashed dog from enjoying the beach with you. That being said, because it is not specified, we do not suggest letting your dog roam off-leash at this beach - it's not a specified dog off-leash beach, so it's best to keep your doggo leashed, well-behaved, and happy at your side.
It's also vital to note that it's likely there will not be doggo poop bags available, so you'll need to be prepared by bringing plenty of your own, keeping your dog's bathroom habits in check, and ensuring that you toss away or carry out any bathroom incidents your dog might have at the beach.
The price to visit this beach park is about $25 for a day of parking for resident and $35 for non-residents, but if you're looking for a seasonal permit for the area, residents will be able to pay about $40 at beach entrances for the entire summer. This beach also offers a grassy area with plenty of shade if you and your pooch get too heated in the summertime sun!