This park is easy to spot with its green fence and bright yellow fire hydrant right in the center of the park. It is a medium-sized dog park with relatively few amenities available. There is no fee associated with this dog park. However, there is a donation box open at the entrance to the park. The city asks for your support as these funds help cover the cost of maintenance and could fund renovations in the future.
Dog bags and wastebaskets to clean up after your dog are available throughout the dog park for your convenience. The park stays relatively well grassed despite its heavy use. This means your canine will often leave the dog park cleaner then they would if the park was mulch or dirt.
Tags showing vaccination are required, and the city does need a permit for use at the park for residents and non-residents. They can be acquired at local pets stores and a few city government offices or the Long Beach Animal Care Services. The city also requests and welcomes volunteers several times a year to fill gopher holes or holes dug by canines. The town provides dirt, soil, and grass seed.
The greater area of the park has a lot of attractions for everyone. Soccer and baseball fields are available for private use or rent in the event of private or public league use. Your canine is not allowed in the restrooms or on any of the sports fields.