For off-leash romps in Seal Beach, load up your pup and make your way to Arbor Dog Park! Fido will have a barking good time at this pawpular canine hangout where they can not only get the wiggles out, but also make new doggy friends.
Just a bone’s throw from the Navy Golf Course, Arbor Dog Park offers 2.5 acres of fenced-in space for four-legged visitors to run and play to their heart’s content. There are separate sections for large pups and small woofers, allowing dogs to socialize with other canines their own size. Both sides have a grassy surface that is softer on the paws and shade trees where the dogs can duck under when it gets hot.
Other amenities include benches, agility equipment, waste bag dispensers, covered trash cans, and drinking fountains for both humans and canines. Pet parents also appreciate the restrooms and ample parking, and aviation enthusiasts are occasionally treated to the sight of aircraft taking off from the nearby military base.
Some pet parents have said that this dog park can get crowded, so if your pooch prefers to keep to themselves, it’s better to visit during off-peak hours. But don’t go on a Thursday morning, as this is when the park is closed for maintenance.
So that everyone has a pawsitive experience at Arbor Dog Park, make sure to pick up after your furkid and keep an eye on them at all times. Note that in order to use the dog park, all four-legged residents of Seal Beach must have a dog license, while non-residents must have a user permit/license, even if they are licensed in their own city. A Seal Beach pet license costs $31 and a non-resident user license is $12 per year.
Before your pup starts bouncing off the walls, let them stretch their legs sans leash at Arbor Dog Park!
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