The Hulda Crooks Dog Park is in Loma Linda, California, and is also known as Loma Linda Dog Park. This canine-friendly area is in the city's Hulda Crooks Park and is a place to take dogs for a good run around off-leash. There are several parking spaces for vehicles at the dog park entrance. Owners should be aware that dogs are only permitted off-leash in the designated dog park and not on any of the trails in the main park.
This dog park in Loma Linda covers around three-quarters of an acre of ground. The off-leash areas have a decent covering of natural grass and waist high, chain-link fencing has been put in place to provide a secure border on all sides. A couple of trees offer a little shade from the sun, and there are also benches under them for handlers to rest on.
Pet owners using the dog park facility should remember, that even when sitting down, they are required to keep their dog in constant visual contact and under voice control at all times. As the dog park has both a large dog section and a small dog section, to prevent any accidental injuries from over active play, owners should make sure they are exercising their dog in the right part.
Pet owners are required to license their dogs with the Loma Linda authorities before using the dog park. As certification of rabies vaccination is required before a license can be issued, puppies under four months who have not been vaccinated are not eligible to enter the off-leash areas at the Hulda Crooks Dog Park.
While there are poop bag dispensers attached to the fence by the dog park entrance, supplies can sometimes run out. It is recommended all handlers carry an amount on their person in case of this eventuality. Just because there are no bags doesn't mean poop can be left on the ground. It all has to be picked up, bagged and deposited in the on-site trash cans.