In Humboldt County, California lies the city of Trinidad, which is a spectacular redwoods coastal community filled with nature, giant, magnificent trees, forests preserves, and beaches and a whole slew of tourism. It is a beautiful community that loves nature and they love their pets.
It comes as no surprise, that the community offers great dog parks like the Big Lagoon Off-leash Dog Area. Humboldt County is filled with adventures from hiking, fishing, and biking to birding, rafting, and even kayaking. It’s no wonder that pet owners and nature lovers have enjoyed this coastal community time and time again.
Big Lagoon Off-leash Dog Area is part of the Big Lagoon County Park, which is the southernmost and largest of three similar lagoons within the Humboldt Lagoons State Park. Dogs are welcome off-leash in most areas of the park, including beaches. However, if you are staying at the park campgrounds dogs must be on a leash when in campsites. There is a fee for dogs that are staying at the campgrounds, which is $2 a night per dog.
The park itself offers picnic tables, trash receptacles, bbq stations and plenty of room to run and play. Dogs are welcome off-leash as long as they respond to voice commands. Always clean up after yourself and your pets when visiting county parks in Humboldt County. Also, be sure that your dog has the proper license and vaccinations when visiting the park.
There is so much nature and beauty to be explored at the Big Lagoon County Park. You and your beloved dog will love spending a day here taking in the sun and checking out the beach. There is never a dull moment at this off-leash county park. Don’t forget to have your leash on hand for those on-leash areas. There are signs throughout the park showing designated off-leash areas.