Located in Toro Canyon Road, Toro Canyon Meadow off-leash dog area is part of and is situated just at the entrance of a 74-acre wooded park. The doggie play area consists of a fenced lawn that is shaded by oak trees, so you need not worry about your furbaby during hot summer afternoons.
There is a flush toilet in the park which is available for everyone to use. There is parking available just adjacent to the doggy area so driving a car to the park with your four-legged best friend should not be a problem. However, it can get crowded on weekends, so you might want to come to the park early to avoid the crowd and to get a parking spot.
Restrooms are also just nearby so having to go the toilet won’t be an issue. There are no dog poop bags available so pet parents must bring some and ensure that they clean up after their furbabies. Dogs must wear a collar identification, must have current vaccinations, and valid license at all times while in the off-leash area. Canines that are younger than four months and dogs in heat will be denied entry.
Spike can go to other areas of the park, but he must always be on a leash. The park is a shared space, and most of the time there are families with children enjoying the park, having picnics or playing, so it is the responsibility of the pet parent to always be in control of their furbabies and to supervise them at all times.
Pet parents can also take their furbabies hiking so they can also enjoy the gazebo view, the melodious chirping of birds, and the general peacefulness of the park. The Toro Canyon Park Meadow Off-Leash Dog Area is one of the best places to go to if you want to take a break from work.