Due to pooch popularity, more and more Dog Parks are popping up across Orange County giving our four-legged furballs a chance to run, play & socialize sans leash.
Here is our look at what each of these Hound Havens has to offer, including turf, shade, restrooms and Marley’s paw of approval.
Her favorite? Laguna Beach’s Laguna Canyon Dog Park, because this expansive park gives her plenty of space to play ball (and its close to home!) But if you don’t live nearby it might be worth the drive to visit this park.
Something we have found at almost all of these parks is friendly comraderie, between both dogs and their parents. Must be a testament to the joy dogs bring to our lives 🙂
Brea Wildcatters Dog Park
The City of Brea is excited to announce the addition of this much anticipated community amenity. Located on Santa Fe Road, at the corner of Valencia Avenue, Wildcatters Dog Park consists of two separate areas, 1/3 of an acre is dedicated to small dogs, weighing less than 25 pounds and the other area, which is almost the size of a football field is for the large dogs, weighing over 25 pounds
Small Park: Yes, separate park for dogs under 25 pounds
Additional amenities: Benches located under new and existing trees
Pedestal drinking fountains with attached dog bowls
Dog waste cleanup stations (The City is not providing clean-up bags at this time)
Hours: Open daily 7am to dusk
Closed Thursdays from 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. for maintenance, Christmas Day and New YearвЂ™s Day
3450 E. Santa Fe Road
(corner of Santa Fe Road and Valencia Ave) Brea, CA 92821