Off-Leash Dog Parks in Long Beach, CA

There are 10 off-leash dog parks in Long Beach. 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 Long Beach.

Pet Friendly El Dorado Park Dog Park
El Dorado Park Dog Park Located within El Dorado East Regional Park in Long Beach, CA, allow Fido off-leash play at El Dorado Park Dog Park. There are two separate fenced areas for large and small breeds respectively, in addition to a water fountain and pet waste stations. Please note that there is an entrance fee for visitors arriving by car. Cash and credit cards are accepted. See Details
Pet Friendly Uptown Dog Park
Uptown Dog Park The Uptown Dog Park provides separate areas for small and large dogs to play off leash. The fenced area is located near picnic areas and a parking lot. See Details
Recreation Park Dog Park Recreation Park Dog Park is a two-acre dog park with separately fenced areas for small dogs and large dogs. The park also features trees, benches, water, and waste bags. Park may be closed Mondays before noon for maintenance. See Details
Bixby Dog Park Take Fido for a play date at Bixby Dog Park, an off-leash park in Long Beach, CA. The dog park is just under half an acre and is separated into two areas with designated sections for small and larger dogs. The park is ADA accessible and features benches, water stations and waste bag dispensers. Please keep dogs on a leash until you enter the fenced area. See Details
K-9 Corner Dog Park K-9 Corner Dog Park has a unique design that is environmentally friendly by using drought tolerant landscaping and generating 100% of its electricity on site with solar energy. The park has water fountains for humans and dogs, seating, evening lighting and separate areas for large and small dogs. See Details
Wrigley Heights Dog Park Wrigley Heights Dog Park accommodates dogs with an entry/vestibule area for unleashing or holding dogs when entering or leaving the dog park section. Dog pick-up bags, separate trash receptacles, benches and a water fountain are available. Park may be closed Mondays before noon for maintenance. See Details
Seaside Dog Zone Seaside Dog Zone is a dog park located near the East Village Arts District in Long Beach, CA. The area features two separate fenced-in areas, providing dedicated spaces for small and larger dogs. Seaside Dog Zone is just under half an acre and is furnished with agility equipment so Fido can practice his skills. See Details
Coolidge Dog Park Take Fido for some play time at Coolidge Dog Park, an off-leash park in Long Beach, CA. The large, fenced-in area offers plenty of shady trees and separate spots designated for small and larger dogs. Pets must be current on all vaccines and have proof of a city license. Please clean up after your dogs. See Details
Jackson Street Dog Park Jackson Street Dog Park is an ADA-accessible dog park located in Long Beach, CA. The fenced area is meant for both large and small dogs to play together off leash. The dog park features a bench, a water fountain and waste bag dispensers. Please keep your dog on a leash until you enter the fenced area. See Details
Downtown Dog Park Lincoln Park at Broadway and Pacific is now home to the Downtown Dog Park. The park has spaces for both large and small dogs, benches for owners, free doggie waste bags, and double entrance and exit gates. See Details
Home Run Dog Park Home Run Dog Park is pet-friendly. Located in Battle Creek, this park is divided into a large dog and small dog area. Visitors will find water in each side of the park as well as agility equipment. The park is free to use, but all dogs are required to have a dog license through the City or County that the owner resides in. Dog owners should clean up any mess that their pups make and keep an eye on them. The dog park is open year round, including holidays. The park is only closed during pre-scheduled maintenance days when repairs or upgrades are being done in the park. Maintenance days are posted on their online calendar. 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
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
Oberrieder Dog Park Oberrieder Dog Park is a off-leash dog park in Playa Vista, not far from dog friendly restaurants. See Details
Huntington Beach Best Friend Dog Park The Best Friend Dog Park is located in beautiful Huntington Central Park at the intersection of Edwards Street & Inlet Drive in Huntington Beach, CA. The dog park is separated into two sections. The larger section is for large dogs. The smaller section, measuring about a half-acre, is for small dogs and/or larger dogs with handicaps. From the Small Dog side, there is a beautiful view of Lake Huntington! There are drinking stations supplied with fresh water located throughout both sides of the dog park. In addition, there are canopied areas throughout the dog park for protection from the sun. Admission to the dog park is absolutely free. In addition to fresh water for your dogs, poop bags are located in dispensers throughout the dog park.

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
South Gate Dog Park at Hollydale Regional Park South Gate Dog Park at Hollydale Regional Park is located near the southwest corner of the park. Dogs may play off-leash while inside the dog park, but must be leashed when outside of the dog park area. There is a maximum of three dogs per adult handler. The park is open from dawn to dusk. See Details
Bellis Dog Park Bellis Dog Park is a grassy, fenced area for off-leash play, located directly north of the tennis courts at George Bellis Park. The park also has drinking fountains and trees. The park opens at 8:00 AM daily except for Thursdays when it opens at 10:00 AM due to weekly maintenance. See Details
Newport Beach Dog Park Newport Beach Dog Park is located at the northern end of the Civic Center and Park, this fenced area is a great place for your pooch to safely stretch her legs. There's on-street parking on Avocado Avenue near the dog park, or you can park in the Civic Center parking structure and walk through the 14-acre park with your leashed pooch over a bridge across the San Miguel. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Fullerton Pooch Park This clean, grassy, off-leash dog park is fully fenced with running water and water bowls, lights for night use, and a friendly crowd of regulars. Pooch Park features a small dog area, a large dog area, and a third "wood chip" area that is open to all dogs. All pooches and their owners are welcome provided everyone follows the rules and regulations and owners pick up after their dogs. The Fullerton Pooch Park is closed to the public every Wednesday for routine maintenance. See Details
Culver City Dog Park - The Boneyard Culver City Dog Par, also referred to as "The Boneyard", is Culver City's official off-leash dog park. The park is located on Duquesne Avenue (about 3/4 mile east of Overland) , south of Jefferson Blvd. in Culver City Park. It is a little over 1 acre in size, with both a small and a large dog park area, benches, trees, temporary shade and weather structures, water fountains and utilizes decomposed granite as ground cover. See Details
Gum Grove Park Dog-friendly Gum Grove Park is a 10 acre gem that is one of the largest and best dog parks in Seal Beach, CA. It is fully fenced in and has water and dog bags at the Avalon entrance. There are two parking areas for park users; the main entrance is on Avalon and the second and smaller one is on Herone Pointe off of Seal Beach Blvd. This park has an old closed main road that cuts through it at the base and many nice trails that are branching on the above sloping hill. You can also hike the Hellman Trail which dead ends about a quarter mile north. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash, since local leash laws are always in effect. See Details
Costa Mesa Bark Park Leashed pets welcome at this well-maintained park, which includes separate small dog area, fences, restrooms, waste bags, trees and benches. See Details
El Segundo Dog Park El Segundo Dog Park is a long, narrow park that gives your off-leash pet plenty of room to run. Fully fenced with plenty of shade trees. There are designated areas for both small and large dogs to exercise with similar sized pooches. See Details