Dana Point Dog Fun Zone
Posted by: toponym
N 33° 28.496 W 117° 40.807
11S E 436808 N 3704146
Quick Description: A fenced off-leash dog park in Dana Point, CA
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 8/14/2008 8:24:33 PM
Waymark Code: WM4F08
This off-leash dog area is within Creekside Park in Dana Point, CA. The park is so-named because it is adjacent to the San Juan Creek flood control channel bike trail. This trail begins in San Juan Capistrano and ends at the beach in Dana Point. There are at least three parks along the trail. The first one is in San Juan Capistrano and is adjacent to Creekside Park. The third is immediately after Creekside and across the street.
The dog area in Creekside is just behind the children's playground. There is a smaller fenced area which can be used for small dogs but it is not designated as such and is usually left open to all dogs.
Level of Enclosure: Completely Enclosed
Description of Enclosure:
6' tall chain link fence.
Kid friendly: Kids all ages (strollers on up) welcome
Popularity: It varies a lot
Water For Swimming (them, not you): None
Provides Poop Bags: yes
People washrooms: Flushing toilets
Separate area for small dogs available: yes
I would walk my dog here: yes
Additional Parking: Not Listed
Fee Required: Not Listed
To log this waymark, you must be able to prove to the waymark owner that you were at the park in question. This probably means a photo. The photo must be identifiably at that park, so having your GPS in the photo might not be a bad idea (alternatively you may include a recognizable landmark)
If you have a dog, photos of your dog having a good time would also be appreciated.