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Dog Parks In Long Beach

Shannon Jones

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Nov 26 3 minutes read

The holiday season is always a busy time of year with family, friends, cooking, and eating. What better way to take a break than to visit one of Long Beach's beautiful parks, and if you want to bring your four-legged friend there are several to choose from. 

Here is our list of dog-friendly parks. 

Rosie's Dog Park

500 E. Ocean Blvd

The only off-leash dog beach in L.A. County and features 3-acres of beach for your dog to run free in and out of the water. However, it is not a dedicated dog beach. There is metered parking in Bennet Ave. parking lot.

K9 Corner Dog Park

9th St. & Pacific Ave

The Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Long Beach Redevelopment  Agency transformed a vacant lot into an environmentally friendly dog park. It has drought-tolerant landscaping and generates 100% of its electricity on-site with solar energy.

Dog Park at Bixby Park

130 Cherry Ave Ave

This park is the 11th off-leash dog recreation area. It has separate areas for large and small breeds. The Friends of Bixby Park supported the building of this park by raising and donating $12,000 for fencing that compliments the historic furnishings throughout Bixby Park.

El Dorado Park

7550 E. Spring St.

Though there is an entrance fee, you get the perks of being able to explore the entire park which has many wonderful features including a nature center, duck pond, archery field to name a few.

Wrigley Heights Dog Park

3401 Golden Ave.

This park provides a mulched surface and an entry area to leash and unleash your dog.

Downtown Dog Park

245 W. Broadway

Situated in the downtown civic center, this park provides relief from the busy downtown area for dogs to run loose.

Seaside Dog Zone

450 E Seaside Way

Long Beach residents living near the East Village Arts District and the waterfront have a new off-leash dog recreation area to walk to and socialize. The zone features a double-gate entry for separation between large and small dog areas. 

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