The Ramona Humane Society Dog Park is a dog park in San Jacinto, California. This dog park is for the exclusive use of members of the Ramona Humane Society (RHS). Funds raised from the society's memberships go toward programs which provide emergency medical attention and sterilization for pups in need.
There are various levels of memberships available, each with a distinct price, but all offer multiple incentives, one of which is free use of this dog park in San Jacinto. The membership fee is annual, and the costs range from as low as $100 or $200 rising to a maximum of $5000. Other bonuses included free vaccinations, discounted or free adoptions, a fridge magnet, and a quarterly Paws-itive newsletter.
The RHS has a parking lot at the front of the building on Humane Street which can be used by members taking their pups to the dog park. The gates to the off-leash area are electronically operated, and members are issued with an access code to use to gain entrance. RHS requests owners not to share the code with non-members.
There are periodical checks conducted when users of the facility are asked to present both proof of membership and their pup's license. Any pup would enjoy some off-leash time in this San Jacinto dog park. It's not the biggest but is still a great piece of parkland with lots of trees for them to sniff. Don't forget; this is an off-leash exercise area and dogs are not allowed to be kept on their leashes inside.
They are there to run around and have fun. Owners get to chase behind them and pick up any poop deposits they make. Walking around after a pup to collect their poop is one way for an owner to get some exercise too. Don't be a cheapskate either, take poop bags. This is a charitably run dog park, and every little bit helps.