Hall Memorial Park in Milpitas, California, is a nine-and-a-half-acre park that offers more than just grass. With two barbecue areas and six tables, a playground, four tennis courts, and plenty of parking, Hall Memorial Park is a great place to spend the day with family and friends.
The park is open from dawn to dusk. The picnic area is reservable in advance but must be made at least two business days in advance. The fees vary for residents and non-residents. As only one of over 30 parks in the city of Milpitas, there are a number of other nearby parks and other areas you can visit.
Milpitas has an off-leash dog park, which is the dog park at Ed Levin Park. The dog park has many of the same rules as other dog parks. For example, dog owners visiting the park should be at least sixteen years old and should have no more than two dogs with them. Don’t bring unvaccinated dogs or puppies into the dog park, or any dogs with a history of aggression. Owners are responsible for any damages their dogs cause. Always have proof of current rabies vaccination and all dogs must be under verbal control of their owners.
In Hall Memorial Park and other parks in the city of Milpitas, dogs are usually permitted but must be on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. Waste bags are available in high-use areas in some parks, but if you venture into a seldom-used area, you may need to come prepared with your own. It’s always a good idea to bring some with you regardless, just in case bags aren’t available.
Always comply with any posted signs that indicate where dogs aren’t allowed, and be sure to come prepared with plenty of water for you and your pet. If you’re in Milpitas, Hall Memorial Park is one of many available parks you and your pet can—and should—enjoy!