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Seven Seas Park

Sunnyvale's newest park, Seven Seas Park is located at 1010 Morse Ave. Park features include a fenced dog park, two playgrounds, 1/2 basketball court, tennis court, spray pool, a multi-use field, picnic tables, two barbecues and restrooms. The picnic sites are all non-reservable and available on a first come, first serve basis. The park was designed as a neighborhood park according to council approved design guidelines and is intended to primarily serve the local community that is within walking or bicycle distance of the park. Limited parking is available in front of the park on Morse Ave. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Seven Seas Park has received a rating of 2.0 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Trent
    May. 3, 2021
    Unsafe for your kids - large aggressive unleashed dogs. No social distance.

    Our friend's child was frightened by a man walking a couple of white aggreesive white bulldogs. The man ignored a passer by who asked him to remove his dogs. He continued talking on a cell phone. This is only one of many agressive dog events that occur due to irresponsible owners who unleash their dogs in the public area. There are large group gatherings of unmasked people standing together 2-3 feet apart. Often playing frisbee or in meetups of dog owners with dogs off leash, and move onto the concrete area (i.e you can't avoid them coming into contact with you because they don't control their pets, frisbees or observe social distancing). There seem to be a few large young groups with multiple dogs off leash at once on the green area where dogs must be leashed and should be for safety - please see the signs - you are violating the law and I doubt you want to be responsibile for your dog biting a child or infant. Hopefully the police and animal control will direct these dog owners to keep their pets leashed at all times, since there IS a dog run area that it fenced where their pets can run freely without endangering children who also run freely in the area. This park has become overly crowded, and while most pet owners are respectful of others, many are not. We live on the park border, and there are irresponsible people who do not keep their dogs away from kids: bulldogs in pairs, australian shepherds, pit bulls and more agrressive dogs - some of their owners are least cautious or respectful. If you do visit, please keep a watch that your child is safe, and if you are a pet owner, please keep your pets on a leash at all times unless in the area reserved for them to run freely. We do not recommend this place anymore because it is unsafe. It is also your choice whether you wear a mask or not. It's not just that someone does not see the signs, but the "I can do what I want" attitude while endangering others health and welfare is scary. Do you really want to expose your kids to this as well. The owners who let their dogs run freely do not pay attention to when their dogs wander onto the children's playground area. Do you really want to get hit by a frisbee when a group of ten or more is playing close contact sport with COVID still a concern?

  • Ali
    More than a year ago
    Dust pit

    Park was just a small dusty/dirt fenced in area, so I had to give both my dogs baths when they came home. A few benches to sit on but no shade. I did like that it had pooper scoopers and trash cans. This place is good if you have kids though because there's an awesome playground in the park.

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