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Buccaneer Beach Park

Leashed dogs are welcome in this small park, but not on the adjacent beach. Visit Website

Or call (760) 966-1804 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Buccaneer Beach Park has received a rating of 2.1 out of 5 bones by 14 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Kati
    Nov. 23, 2020
    But about the park...

    Ok this isn't a dog park.

    There isn't a fenced area here.

    True there aren't dog beaches in Oceanside but my Rhodesian Ridgeback spent plenty of late afternoons running on the beach across the street legal or not.

    This park has one of the raddest playgrounds for kids. They just renovated it and its full of fun play things.

    And if your dog is like mine she will fall in love with the squirrels by the creek that are not shy of dogs a bit and will take food off their paws if they sit there long enough. I think most people are reviewing Oceanside instead of the park. I raised my dog in Oceanside and never fell short of schoolyards a d parks to run her in. Legal or not, if you clean up after your dog and have your dog under control, its a great place.

  • Michael
    More than a year ago
    Where’s the D Beach?

    Son of a Beach! Dogs are people too. Create a place for them. It’s the right thing. Power to the Dogs!

  • Cathy
    More than a year ago
    NOT a off-leash park

    This park requires dogs to be leashed. It was dirty as well. Would not recommend. This town needs an off leash dog beach. Oceanside has so much potential. Why not clean the place up?

  • Justin
    More than a year ago
    Disgusted pet owner

    Why are there no dog beaches up here? I moved from PB having three beaches within a 20 mile radius I could walk my dog on the beach to having not one place. This is horrible my dogs loved the beach.

  • Katherine
    More than a year ago
    Executive

    If you want change to dog beach rules in oceanside, you all must get the liberal democrats out of office here in Oceanside!

  • Cindee
    More than a year ago
    Look no further.

    I guess we will consider another town to relocate to since Oceanside is not dog friendly.

  • Meera
    More than a year ago
    Oceanside what's with dog ban

    I have booked a vacation not realizing Oceanside is so dog unfriendly. Next time I will choose other dog friendly cities in San Diego. Got to spread the word around

  • Vicki
    More than a year ago
    Dog Beach

    Want to stay in Oceanside.....but you need a Dog Beach!!!

  • Kris
    More than a year ago
    Bate and Switch

    This park is not on the beach. Additionally, there are signs which say dogs must be leashed. If you want to play ball with your dog off leash, you will always be worried that a cop or somebody will fine you for not apprehending and jailing your poor canine-American companion. F*** them! Leave the leash on and then let the dog chase the ball - afterall, the dog is on the leash in that case.

  • David paiva
    More than a year ago
    WHERES THE BEACH?

    AFTER A LONG DRIVE TO BUCANEER "BEACH" PARK, WE SOON DISCOVERED THE LITTLE PARK IS ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE BEACH WHERE THERE ARE MANY SIGNS PROHIBITING DOGS! WHY IS OCEANSIDE SO PREDJUDICE AGAINST DOGS? HOW DO WE CHANGE THIS, ANY IDEAS PLEASE POST FOR OTHERS.

  • Melanie
    More than a year ago
    We need dog beaches in Oceanside,CA!

    Fiesta Island is too far away.There should be dog beaches in Oceanside,please.

  • Most Wanted Pitbull
    More than a year ago
    dog beach

    We need a dog beach in oceanside.

  • Jorgen
    More than a year ago
    Dogs dig WATER

    Where's the dog beaches?!!!!!!!!!

  • Mickey
    More than a year ago
    NOT a beach.

    This is actually a small park that at least includes dog stations where you can get poop bags and plenty of garbage cans to dispose of the waste. The park is directly across from a small beach where, like all of Oceanside beaches, dogs are not permitted.

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