Off-Leash Dog Parks in Carmel, CA

There are 7 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Carmel. 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 Carmel.

Pet Friendly Lynn Rip Van Winkle Open Space
Lynn Rip Van Winkle Open Space Lynn Rip Van Winkle Open Space is a dog-friendly area between Pacific Grove and Pebble Beach. Above Asilomar State Beach, the park is open at all times. Dog poop bags are available and free in the parking lot. See Details
Pet Friendly Pacchetti Dog Park
Pacchetti Dog Park Fido can socialize and exercise at Pacchetti Dog Park in Seaside, CA. This community park features 1.7 acres for pups to run and play. There is a separate area for small dogs, as well as an ocean view for owners to enjoy! See Details
Schoonover Dog Park Schoonover Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Marina, CA. The chain link fence encloses two sides: one for small dogs, the other for all dogs. There are trash cans and pooper-scoopers at the park for you to use. Water bowls are also provided (bring water to share). See Details
Love's Travel Stop Salinas Love's Travel Stop is a gas station and rest area with a location in Salinas, CA. On the right side of the building is a fully-fenced dog park with separate small and large dog areas, benches, and waste receptacles. Other features of this stop include an Arby's, private showers, truck parking, Wi-Fi, ATM and more. See Details
Dog Park at Natividad Creek Park The off-leash park is located on an acre at Natividad Creek Park and includes watering stations, benches and separate green space for big dogs and small dogs. See Details
Del Rey Oaks Dog Park Spacious dog park with fresh water station. Residents must pay $20 per pet, per year, non-residents $30 per pet, per year. Day passes are also available. See Details
El Estero Dog Park This off-leash Monterey dog park has all the trimmings -- shade, benches, mulched ground, separate small dog area, and even a fire hydrant. See Details
Carmel, CA, US