If your pooch is bouncing off the walls, let them run off all that pent-up doggie energy at Capehart Dog Park! Located on the eastern side of San Diego's Pacific Beach neighborhood, this 1-acre site on the corner of Felspar and Soledad Mountain has literally gone to the dogs! Here, you'll find a safe environment where your canine pal can sniff, sprint, and socialize without the constraints of a leash.
To accommodate puppers of all sizes, the dog park is split into two separate pens: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. While petite pooches are allowed inside the large dog section, it is recommended that they stick to the small dog side to avoid getting jostled by the bigger guys. Each pen has a double-gated entry for extra security; remember to unleash your dog only when you're inside the holding area.
Capehart is a basic, no-frills dog park that's pawfectly suited for pooches who just need a space to stretch their legs and meet other canines. Amenities include bag dispensers, trash cans, drinking fountains, picnic tables, benches, and a parking area. Visitors say that while the small dog area has grass, the large dog area does not, so bring wet wipes or a towel to clean off the dirt from your pup's paws if you plan on using the latter section.
To ensure that everyone has a pawsitive experience, keep an eye on your furry charge at all times and don't forget to pick up after them if they answer nature's call. The dog park is open 24 hours to accommodate users with different schedules, making it easy for canine citizens to get their daily exercise.
For leash-free exercise and play in Pacific Beach, bring your best friend to Capehart Dog Park!