Located in Fort Bragg, a favorite pet-friendly tourist destination in California, the Fort Bragg Dog Park is the happening place for pups of all kinds. You can find this dog haven on the CV Starr Community Center grounds where it shares a parking lot. Protected by a double gated entry and 4-foot fences, pet parents can be sure that their furbabies are safe while romping and socializing with neighbor dogs.
This furbulous dog park has two sections, one for large canines and another for small and timid pups, so there is ample room for dogs of all sizes to play with similarly sized peers. While the smaller section is covered in grass, the larger section tends to get a bit more traffic and is sometimes a mix of dirt and grass. The big dog side also has some lovely shade and a wind shelter so that you can take a respite from the sun on a scorching day. A real fire hydrant seems to be pupular with many dogs visiting this play space. Sometimes, there are tennis balls for pups to play with too.
Benches and chairs are scattered around the park, giving you lots of places to relax while your dog gets social. With a stock of clean-up bags available, its easy to do your part and keep the area clean for other pooches and pet parents to enjoy. Drinking water is available for thirsty pups, just bring a bowl to keep your playful doggo hydrated.
Before coming to romp, your dog should be fixed, vaccinated, and have a current license. All dogs inside the dog park should be off leash, just keep the leash on hand just in case. Dogs should also be leashed when entering and exiting this pupperific park.
Beat those canine blues and get your dog's tail wagging at the Fort Bragg Dog Park today!