In spite of its name, there isn't a creek that's accessible to pooches for wading or swimming, but the park does offer dual human/dog water fountains for cooling off. Balls, frisbees, and other fetch toys abound, and many parents leave their tennis balls behind for use by another lucky pup.
There's plenty of nearby parking, and dog bags and watering stations are placed conveniently throughout. It may be a good idea to bring a few bags with you along with a bottle of water in case the fountains and waste stations are having problems. There are also several shady pavilions standing over picnic tables and benches where humans can congregate to do a little socializing of their own.
Standard dog park rules apply at Conejo Creek, such as proof of core vaccinations. Rabies and license tags are necessary collar accessories as well. Good behavior is a must, so dogs who show aggression need to be removed. Conejo Creek Dog Park is closed on Thursday mornings for a few hours, and all day on every third Thursday of the month for maintenance. The park may also close due to weather.
Adjacent to the Conejo Creek Dog Park is the Wildwood Regional Park, a large nature reserve with abundant hiking trails in a beautiful forest biome. Your canine is allowed to walk on a leash with you on the hiking trails and paths in this pawsome park! It's important to remember Wildwood is not fenced, so to avoid mishaps with bike riders, runners, and other walkers, keep to one side with Fido's leash in your firm grip.
If you have a pup who needs to burn off some of their extra energy, Conejo Creek Dog Park is for you! Space to run, a grassy surface, free parking, and all the necessities are there for you!
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