Hermon Dog Park5568 Via Marisol, Arroyo Seco Park, Los Angeles, CA, US, 90042
Or call (323) 255-0370 for more information.
Hermon Dog Park is an off-leash park adjacent to the historic Arroyo Seco of Northeast Los Angeles. The park has two fenced areas, one for large dogs and one for small, elderly and disabled dogs. Facilities include a double-gated entrance, trees, benches, and water dispensers for the dogs. The park is open daily from dawn until dusk.
Jul. 15, 2019
Out Of Town Guests
We were visiting LA for a week and needed a park to let out dogs run. I drove around town trying to fond an off leash park with ample parking. This was the only one I could find. There were no other dogs at the park to interact with but my babies liked it just the same. I had a huge shade tree to sit under while I watched them. I don’t mind the dirt as I am from Arizona and I’m used to it. The water fountain was working and poop bags were supplied. The GPS took me behind the park and made me park uphill on a side street. Next time I’ll go a different route so I can park closer. I would definitely come back here but hopefully when more dogs are around.
More than a year ago
This is an overall great park because it is closest to my home. The off-leash dog park is located at the back of the regular park & has two separate locations for your pups to play. There is a larger side with a few benches and 1 large tree that provides shade. The large dog side is always busy and there are several dogs playing all of the time. I frequent the small dog side, since my puppy is small. The small dog side doesn't always have very many pups there but everyone that shows up is very friendly.
This park would be much better with grass and some play equipment.
More than a year ago
2 Woofs por vu
Yesterday I took Archer to this dog park b/c it is the closest to our house. He was so excited. The park is at the very far end of the park. The park itself is very quaint and has picnic tables, playground etc. The dog park itself is good if you don't have anywhere else to go really. There are two separate sections for small dogs and large dogs. There were only 4 small dogs in the small section when we were there. They do have two benches, water fountains, and some balls there for your pup to play with. The down side is that it is all dirt and no grass. The people that I met there were very friendly and the dogs were nice as well. There were a few dogs outside of the fences that were not on leashes, but when the owners called them they came right away. Overall I would go back to this park, but wished that it would have grass for Archer to play in.