The Montevalle Dog Park is part of the Montevalle Community Park in Chula Vista, California. This dog park is a large stretch of open ground which has been designated solely for the purpose of exercising dogs off their leash. There is a parking lot adjacent for your convenience. It is a clean, well-kept dog run which is popular with local pet owners. Pet owners must keep their dogs on a leash until inside the secure staging areas.
The off-leash area has a combination surface of grass and sandy dirt. It has been fully enclosed with very high chain link fencing. There are plenty of trees inside the perimeter fencing and also around the border which provide some shade on sunny days. The dog park has a separate section for small dogs weighing under twenty pounds.
This does not include puppies who must be a minimum of four months of age before using the facility for vaccination reasons. All dogs using the off-leash area must be licensed with the Chula Vista authorities, have their vaccinations current and be free of all contagious diseases including parasites.
There are dog-friendly water fountains installed in both the large and small dog sections. There are no poop bag dispensers. Pet owners must carry a sufficient supply of poop bags on their person and are obliged to pick up all poop produced by their dog. There are containers on the site for disposing of used bags. Owners are requested to comply with the poop scoop rules and help keep the park in good condition for all users.
Pet owners are requested to remove any dog which barks excessively or shows aggressive behavior from the off-leash area. It is not permitted to take any food, including dog treats, into the dog park unless a specially organized event is taking place.