Dog Friendly Activities in San Fernando, CA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in San Fernando, and 183 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in San Fernando.

Pet Friendly Angeles National Forest Bridge To Nowhere
Angeles National Forest Bridge To Nowhere The Angeles National Forest is located in the San Gabriel Mountains and Sierra Pelona Mountains, primarily within Los Angeles County in southern California. This urban National Forest provides a wide range of recreation opportunities to visitors from around the world. You will find beaches, bike trails, camping, fishing, hiking, horse riding, picnicking, water activities, winter sports and more. The East Fork Trail is one of the more popular trails in the park at 5.5 miles long. It begins at East Fork Fire Sta. and ends at Bridge To Nowhere. The first three miles follow the rocky stream bottom and include several stream crossings. Not recommended during rainy conditions due to swift water. For this trail, ensure Fido has significant backcountry hiking experience and is comfortable swimming in a swift current. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet, and must wear a collar with current tags at all times within in the park. See Details
Pet Friendly Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park
Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park Your pup is welcome to join you as you hike the trails of Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park in Encino, CA, and enjoy gorgeous views of downtown and the ocean. Mutt mitts are provided along many of the trails. The Westridge fire road provides trail access for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians along the north-south ridgeline. The park is contiguous with the 20,000-acre urban wilderness park known as the “Big Wild.” The park is accessible from both the San Fernando Valley at San Vincente Mountain Park and from West Los Angeles, at the end of Westridge Road. See Details
Runyon Canyon Park Runyon Canyon Park is a 160-acre, dog-friendly city park near Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, CA. The park features a 90-acre off-leash dog park with an abundance of hiking trails. Although Fido does not need to be kept on a leash, owners must clean up after their pets. Baggie stations are located throughout the park. See Details
Lake Hollywood Park The pet-friendly Lake Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, CA, is where the locals bring their dogs for playtime and socialization under the Hollywood sign. There are signs stating that dogs should be kept on a leash, and rangers do visit to enforce these rules. See Details
Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden The Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden (MEMBG) is a 7-acre public garden on the UCLA campus and open free to the public. Leashed dogs are welcome. Located on the beautiful campus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), this garden maintains one of the most important living botanical collections in the United States, with plant specimens from all over the world. See Details
Hollyridge Trail at Griffith Park Many trails in Griffith Park lead to the iconic Hollywood sign and Hollyridge Trail is just such a trail. Hike with your favorite furry friend along this 3.5-mile path to the summit of Mount Lee for gorgeous views of the sign and the city below. See Details
Sullivan Canyon Trail Explore the sycamore-filled Sullivan Canyon with Fido on this 8.5-mile round trip trail. See Details
Mount Hollywood Trail at Griffith Park Mount Hollywood Trail is an easy, 3-mile hike in Griffith Park that will take about 1.5 hours to complete with Fido. This section of the mountain is owned by the city and offers what are quite possibly the best views of the Hollywood sign and the Los Angeles Basin. You will also enjoy the scenery as you look over at the San Gabriels or out to the ocean. Just make sure to keep Fido on a leash during the hike and clean up any pet messes. The trail can be accessed by parking at either the Griffith Observatory or at the Ferndell Trail in Los Feliz. See Details
Arts District Dog Park Arts District Dog Park is a small, private, non-profit dog park with separate areas for small or timid dogs. The park is run run by volunteers in the community. See Details
Lower Canyonback Trail Spend a couple hours out on the trail with Fido on this 4.2-mile hike, ascending Canyonback Ridge and enjoying beautiful view of west LA, Santa Monica Bay, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Getty Museum. See Details
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area in Los Angeles, CA, is dog-friendly. Fido can join you on the five miles of trails at the park. The recreation area is also home to native coastal sage scrub habitat, lawns and landscaped areas, picnic sites, playgrounds, a fishing lake, and a lotus pond. Dogs are permitted in County parks and on trails as long as the dog is on a leash, no longer than 6 feet in length and under the full control of the owner. See Details
Hollywood Walk of Fame Leash up your pup for a stroll down Hollywood's Walk of Fame in West Hollywood, CA, learning more about the celebrities honored by each star. If you're lucky, or plan ahead, you and Fido might even be able to catch an induction ceremony. Please keep your dog leashed at all times. See Details
Calabasas Bark Park Calabasas Bark Park is a small, fenced, off-leash dog park is much loved by locals, and features a doggie drinking fountain, pooper scoopers, and ample parking. No more than three (3) dogs per person in the park at one time. See Details
Vasquez Rocks Trail Vasquez Rocks Trail is an easy, 1-mile hike that will take about 1 hour to complete with Fido in the Vasquez Rocks Natural Area. The San Andreas Fault is responsible for creating the rock that juts out of the earth at impressive angles. You may recognize them from movies such as Star Trek and Austin Powers. See Details
Echo Park Lake Echo Park Lake is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome on the paths around the lake at this East Los Angeles park. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. See Details
West Hollywood Park & Dog Park West Hollywood Park & Dog Park is the final result of an intensive community design project. This dog-friendly park is split into two sections next to some basketball courts: one for large dogs that covers 7000 sf; and another for smaller dogs that covers 4000 sf. The floor of the park is made of specially formulated K9 artificial turf for dogs that is environmentally safe and doesn't contain rubber infill. This design should keep Fido's paws cool and prevent them being burnt. Both of the dog parks are fenced, gated, have new seat benches, dog water stations, and even have live trees and vines. Although some restrictions may apply on certain holidays, the park is usually open from 6am to 12am. To keep the parks maintained, the large dog park will be closed every Wednesday from 9am to 10am, and the small dog park will be closed every Wednesday from 10am to 11am. See Details
Westfield Century City Westfield Century City is L.A.’s quintessential open-air shopping experience, with Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom, Macy's, Eataly, and over 200 shops and eateries. Guests with dogs are welcome to use one of the two convenient pet relief areas directly behind Constellation Blvd Valet or on Level 2 near Healthy Spot. Enjoy a grassy play area, place to cool off with our misting “fire hydrant” and doggy relief clean-up bags. See Details
Angel City Brewery Angel City Brewery specializes in craft beer, and they welcomes dogs to join their humans in nearly every area, with the exception of the brewing area. Just keep your dog leashed at all times and clean up after them. See Details
Laurel Canyon Dog Park Laurel Canyon Dog Park is a fun off-leash dog park that features a separate area for small dogs, and a larger space for bigger dogs to play. The park is closed very Friday 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM for regular maintenance. See Details
Old Zoo Picnic Area at Griffith Park BringFido along to this unique attraction in Griffith Park for a picnic or some games in the adjacent grassy area. The Old Zoo Picnic Area site was once the home of the former LA Zoo before the zoo moved to its current location. The abandoned zoo has since been turned into a picnic area with old animal cages and exhibits. See Details
Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park includes three separate areas for pets of different sizes. It's a great place for your dog to get some exercise. The park is closed every Friday from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM for regular maintenance. See Details
Fryman Canyon Loop Fryman Canyon Loop is a 3-mile loop along the Betty B. Dearing Trail through Wilacre Park and Coldwater Canyon Park. This loop will also take you around Fryman Canyon in Studio City. See Details
Airport Park Dog Park Locals are welcome to bring their pets to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which also includes separate small dog area. Non-residents may get a temporary permit. The park is closed for maintenance on Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM. See Details
Franklin Canyon Park Franklin Canyon Park rests on 605 acres near the center of Los Angeles. Within the park boundaries are chaparral, grasslands and oak woodlands, a three-acre lake, an ADA-accessible duck pond, expansive picnic grounds, and over five miles of hiking trails. The lake and pond serve as permanent and seasonal home for birds in the Pacific flyway. Park features include the Sooky Goldman Nature Center, the Sam Goldman Amphitheater, and the Eugene and Michael Rosenfeld Auditorium. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details