Culver City Dog Park - The Boneyard
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- SarahMar. 17, 2022Small, dusty, and dirty
Not a fan of this dog park at all. It’s full of a ton of dirt and dust that constantly gets in my dog’s eye whenever he runs. All of that dirt ends up getting the dogs’ coats really messy, too. Not to mention the park is smaller than others I’ve been to.
- ChaseMar. 14, 2020Good Over All
This Park has a small and large dog area with plenty of space and both on an incline. The dogs and owners are usually okay with exceptions. The water station isn’t the dirtiest but isn’t the cleanest. There is a 15 min timeout area for dogs who are too excited to who can cool down but no one seems to use it and when they do they use it as an entrance. There is plenty of places for humans to sit and shy doggies to hide. Be careful where you step because some parts of the park dogs have left gifts that forgetful owners don’t pick up. The ground is really hard on a hot day but it’s perfect for the day after a rain storm.
Only have had one really bad experience over at this park. An irresponsible owner brought his pregnant female and the male mate in the park and the mate would attack any dog that would be with in sight of the female, so there are chances you will run into ignorant dog owners.
Over all it’s a typical dog park with flaws.
- Helen sueJan. 25, 2020Ditto
I really have nothing to add. - just wanted to add my voice to the kudos for this park. We’re visiting in the area and our dogs had a great time here, with friendly, active dogs and attentive owners - attentive to the necessary cleanups, but not interfering in the rambunctious play of their happy dogs.
- JennJul. 7, 2019Large Area/ Not The Best Owners
I like this area because it’s large but it’s filed with dirt and have had bad experiences with owners not watching their dogs. My dog got attacked by two dogs and the owners where no were near keeping an eye! Not the first person to experience that in this park.
- KarmaMore than a year agoGood and bad
I've found the pet parents who are at the park are very nice people. I have small dogs and they have plenty of space to run and frolic with their friends. I like the area available for hanging up their leashes once we enter the dog park and the shaded sitting areas for pet parents to lounge while the little ones run out their energy.
On the down side, not everyone picks up after their fur babies. I acknowledge that sometimes people are so engaged in conversations with other pet parents that they don't realize their fur baby has dropped a big one. We should know that fecal matter is not something we want our kiddos playing in, or eating :-(
If everyone took collective responsibility to keep the park clean, we would all be better off. After all, we don't want our fur babies tracking fecal matter in our cars, on our clothes (when they jump up to say hi mom/dad) and we definitely don't want our two-legged babies to get a hold of doggie poop.
- AshleighMore than a year agoOur Daily Park
My 4 1/2 month old puppy and I love this park! There are always lots of nice owners and I have never had any major problems with other dogs. Of course the normal growling and bickering over tennis balls happens. If you have a timid dog or a dog that gets nervous I recommend not going between 5pm-8pm as it can get really packed around that time. Fun for playful pups though!
- SMore than a year agoThe people are nice ...
One thing with this park is ...there's not much to it. It's fairly big but all dirt. Other owners seem very nice. Unlike other parks - the large dog area was almost empty and the small dog area was packed ... Normally the opposite from all the parks I've been to. I wish they'd have more trees and maybe some wood bark area as it can get pretty dusty or muddy. If you forget poop bags they have equipment to pick up after your pup. Lots of parking and a nice trail is just outside the dog area.
- GalyMore than a year agoGood to the Bone
This is a fantastic Dog Park. It has a large separate areas for little and big dogs. There's benches to sit and a few trees for shade. There's always a good size crowd here for you to chat up with other fellow dog lovers and for your pup to play with it. The park is free, of course, they have doggie poop stations, so don't worry if you don't bring a bag. There's water fountains for people and their dogs and lots of tennis balls to play catch. Plenty of parking, which is also free and the park surroundings are nice and clean. We go here time and again.