La Palma Dog Park and Yorba Regional Park.
Parks, Beaches and Trails
Dog parks require that your dogs are current on vaccinations and that you clean up after your dogs. When visiting a leash-free dog park, keep them on leash before you go into the park and when you exit, and do not bring female dogs in heat. City and regional parks allow leashed dogs on trails and throughout other recreation areas. Park websites list additional rules and regulations. Trail use requires that all dogs must be on a leash no longer than six feet. Many trails are shared by equestrians, bicyclists and pedestrians. Unless otherwise noted, no water or waste bags are provided, please trek with your dogs prepared and bring your own supplies. Also see Dog Sports and Fitness and Training Programs.
Note: Check water conditions at dog beaches at brc.healthebay.com, they also have an app for smart phones.
Flora Vista Dog Park
Carbon Canyon Regional Park and Brea Wildcatters Dog Park.
Bellis Dog Park and Ralph B. Clark Regional Park.
Costa Mesa Bark Park and Talbert Regional Park.
Downey Dog Park
Fullerton Pooch Park, Fullerton Dog Trails and Craig Regional Park.
The Barking Lot
Santa Ana River Bike Path/Hiking Trail, Wieder Regional Park, Best Friend Dog Park and Dog Beach.
Central Bark and Orange County Great Park.
Dogs on the Beach
Laguna Niguel Pooch Park
Home Run Dog Park
Nine dog parks and a dog beach, plus El Dorado Regional Park.
Oso Creek Trail
Newport and Balboa Beaches, Newport Beach Dog Park, and Upper Newport Bay Trails.
Irvine Regional Park and Santiago Oaks Regional.
Tri-City Regional Park
Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, Ocean Scenic Trails and Point Vicente Interpretive Center.
Rancho Santa Margarita Dog Park
San Onofre State Beach Campsite and San Clemente Dog Park
Arbor Dog Park
Signal Hill Dog Park
Cleveland National Forest
Whittier Narrows Recreation Area and Whittier Dog Park