LA’s Best Dog Parks

People like to see and be seen at the latest hot spots is Los Angeles and dogs are no different. Check out this list of the top 7 dog parks in Los Angeles and make sure your dog gets his workout at only the best of the best.

Arts District Dog Park


Centrally located for downtown LA residents, this dog park is not only great for canines, but also a piece of art. They have separate gated little dog areas and water fountains dispersed throughout the park, and vibrant, colorful dogs painted along the walls.

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Rosie’s Dog Beach

Long Beach

LA County’s only off-leash dog beach earns a big bone for that fact alone.

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Whitnall Dog Park

North Hollywood

True to Valley form, Whitnall is very hot and dry, but the people are some of the nicest around.

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Redondo Beach Dog Park

Redondo Beach

Located at the northern end of Dominguez Park, this  park is an awesome place for dogs of all sizes with a turfed and fenced 3-acre dog run. Plus, it has plenty of benches and water fountains so that you and your pooch can hang around for hours.

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Runyon Canyon Dog Park


Runyon is less of a fenced-off dog park and more of a gigantic hike with 90 acres for your dog to run around. This park is perfect for hikers, runners, yoga enthusiasts and of course, canines! Sure, parking is a nightmare, but Runyon’s awesome views make for one of the best experiences around. That, and the fact that every single person that hikes Runyon is basically a supermodel.

Laurel Canyon Dog Park

Laurel Canyon

Nestled in the hills off Mulholland, this patchy Studio City park is probably the biggest of the LA parks.

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Griffith Park Dog Park

Griffith Park

If you’re into a more hidden & low-key park, Griffith is for you. Under the big, shady trees, even the dogs are chill here.

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Lake Hollywood Dog Park


While it’s not officially a “dog park,” pets are allowed to roam free here. There is an incredible view of the Hollywood sign, plenty of parking, and an ice cream truck! What more could you ask for?

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Did we miss your canine’s fave? Sound off in the comments below.

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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