Looking for the best dog parks and off-leash areas in Anaheim, CA? Do you want to know where you can take your dog in Anaheim? We've got the list of all the best dog-friendly green spaces!
You may know Anaheim as the location of the Disneyland Resort, or you may know it for its Los Angeles Angels baseball team and Anaheim Ducks ice hockey club. Maybe it makes you think of the Honda Center or the Anaheim Convention Center. Or even just the beautiful, sunny weather.
But did you know that Anaheim is a great place to live if you own a dog? Whether you want to take your pup to meet up with friends at a dog park, go for a run on a dog-friendly trail, or just to make a few new friends… Anaheim, CA, is the place to be because it's a very dog-friendly city.
We'll tell you all about the best on-leash and off-leash spots in town to take your pup and what each one offers. Some have water, and some have shade. Some have fences, and some do not. But they'll all be great choices for a doggy fun day with your furry best friend.
Looking for other dog-friendly things to do in Anaheim? Click here to find the best dog-friendly restaurants in the city. You can bring your pup with you to sit out on their pet-friendly patios, enjoy the sunshine, and try out some of the best food in town!
And whether you live in Anaheim full-time or are just visiting on vacation with your precious pooch, you'll want to know where to find the best local pet care professionals. Click here to check out dog walkers, cat sitters, pet groomers, and more—all in and around Anaheim, CA. All licensed, highly recommended pet professionals who will love your cat or dog like their own.
But let's get you and your pup outside, enjoying the sunshine and gorgeous parks.
The 8 Best Dog Parks, Off-Leash Areas, and Dog-Friendly Parks in Anaheim, CA:
- Olive Hills Dog Park
- La Palma Dog Park
- Carbon Canyon Regional Park
- Orange Dog Park
- Bellis Dog Park
- Fullerton Pooch Park
- Whittier Dog Park
- Eisenhower Dog Park
Olive Hills Dog Park — 700 S Nohl Canyon Rd, Anaheim, CA 92807
Olive Hills Dog Park opened in August 2016. It sits right next to the Olive Hills tennis courts and "features a perimeter walking/jogging path, patches of artificial turf, separated small and large dog use areas with agility equipment, benches, and native plant materials." This dog park also has a bronze canine monument honoring the Anaheim Police Department K-9 officers. This beautiful dog park also has shade trees, water stations, waste stations, a double-gated entry, boulders, and it's fully fenced-in.
La Palma Dog Park — 1151 N La Palma Pkwy, Anaheim, CA 92801
La Palma Dog Park is located within La Palma Park. The dog park area is fully fenced-in with grass and dirt/sand, benches, waste stations, a memorial statue honoring Anaheim K-9 police officers, and shade trees. The park at large is 21 acres in size with a children's playground, community center, concessions stand, lighted baseball field, lighted football/soccer field, picnic shelters and tables, restrooms, and a stadium.
Carbon Canyon Regional Park — 4442 Carbon Canyon Rd, Brea, CA 92823
Carbon Canyon Regional Park is a dog-friendly 124-acre park. 60 acres of this park are developed with large grassy areas for picnics, "sports facilities that include backstops and lighted tennis courts, and a 4-acre lake with two piers for fishing." This dog-friendly park also has a trail in the undeveloped area that "leads to Orange County's only grove of redwoods; 3 acres of majestic Coastal Redwoods." Although you must keep your pup on a leash throughout this park, there is plenty for the two of you to do and explore together.
Orange Dog Park — 190 S Yorba St, Orange, CA 92869
Orange Dog Park is located within Yorba Park and is often called Yorba Dog Park. This dog park is fully fenced-in and off-leash. It provides:
- Waste stations.
- Water stations.
- Drinking fountains for humans.
- Separate sections for small and large dogs.
- Large grass areas.
- Large shade trees.
Bellis Dog Park — 7171 8th St, Buena Park, CA 90621
Bellis Dog Park is located within George Bellis Park, just north of the tennis courts. Bellis Dog Park is open daily from 8 AM to dusk, except on Thursdays, it opens at 10 AM. This dog park is fully fenced-in with benches, walking paths, waste stations, picnic tables, water stations, and shade trees.
The rest of George Bellis Park provides five ball fields, basketball courts, a children's play area, a community building picnic area with BBQs, a horseshoe pit, two handball courts, four tennis courts, restrooms, and even outdoor exercise equipment. There's something for everyone here.
Fullerton Pooch Park — 201 S Basque Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833
Fullerton Pooch Park is a fully fenced-in off-leash dog park with three different fenced-in spaces. One is for small dogs under 25 pounds, one is for larger, active, and high-energy dogs, and the third area is covered in wood chips and is open to all dogs. And if you'd like to stay up-to-date on information about this dog park, or if you'd like to volunteer to help maintain it, check out the Fullerton Pooch Park Facebook page. And keep in mind that this dog park is open daily on Thursday through Tuesday from 7 AM to 8 PM, but it's closed on Wednesdays for routine maintenance.
Whittier Dog Park — 12206 Philadelphia St, Whittier, CA 90601
Whittier Dog Park is a fully fenced-in off-leash dog park open daily from sunrise to sunset, except on Thursdays; it's closed in the mornings until about 11 AM for routine maintenance. This dog park has benches, a shade structure, fake fire hydrants, separate sections for small and large dogs, waste stations, and a water spigot. So make sure to bring your pup's water bowl.
Eisenhower Dog Park — 2nd Avenue and E Colorado Blvd, Arcadia, CA 91006
Eisenhower Dog Park is located within Eisenhower Memorial Park. The memorial park is dog-friendly, and you can take your dog on-leash throughout the entire park. You'll find amenities throughout the park like barbecues, baseball fields, a batting cage, bike racks, a concession stand, exercise equipment, multi-purpose fields, picnic shelters and tables, a play area and playground, and restrooms.
The Eisenhower Dog Park is fully fenced-in with a double-gated entry, picnic tables and benches, waste stations, and a paved walking path. This dog park is also known for having plenty of shade trees and grassy spaces. And there are two separate sections for small and large dogs to play with dogs of their own size.
Dog-Friendly Places in Anaheim, CA
Can you believe just how many dog-friendly places there are in Anaheim to hang out with your furry best friend? It's easy to see how much this town loves its doggy citizens. And with this many dog parks and dog-friendly parks, plus all the dog-friendly restaurants, you'll have more than enough dog-friendly things to do in Anaheim, CA, with your favorite crazy canine.
For more articles about dog-friendly activities and pet parenting advice, check out the blog at LocalPetCare.com.