Diego Day Trips
Diego Dog Parks
can you take your dog in San Diego? San Diego, a dog-friendly city,
has many specially marked areas where they believe dogs deserve as good
a time outdoors as their human friends.
dog can meet with other dogs and have fun, off-leash in several parks
in San Diego. But remember, you must always be responsible to clean
up any mess your dog decides to make. Here are some dog parks where
you can take your dog:
Kearny Mesa Community Park in the Mesa College area stretches to an
acre and you can see all kinds of dogs having a great time here. You
actually get water here for your dogs in case you have forgotten to
carry your own. The Harry Griffen Park at La Mesa is a lovely urban
park that has a special part marked off for dogs. If your dog enjoys
a game of fetch, you might use the tennis balls here!
The Rancho Bernardo Park running to 2.5 acres of leash-free enjoyment
for your dog is the most recently established in the area. Parking is
no hassle. The Wells Park at El Cajon with its grassy spread is a 1.4-acre
area where your dog can run freely. This park also has arrangements
for water and is lit when it is dark.
Those living in North Park nearby most frequently visit Balboa Park’s
Morley Field. Nate’s Point in Balboa Park is where you will see
socialization at its height among dogs with balls and Frisbees flying
around in total merriment. There is no time restriction, since this
park is open 24 hours. The Grape Street Park in the Balboa Park area
has five acres of park for dogs to play off-leash.
The Capehart Park at Pacific Beach near Soledad Mountain has individual
fenced pens for large and small dogs. You can show your dog a good time
with a picnic out here.
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