Be safe Be aware Be as good as your Dog thinks you are!
A 501C (3) California Corporation
Redondo Beach, California USA
The Redondo Beach Dog Park is a fenced three-acre dog run with separate areas for both large and small dogs. The Park is situated at the northern end of Dominguez Park which is located on the southeast corner of Flagler and 190th Street in Redondo Beach, California. The Park is open from dawn until dusk every day except Wednesdays when it is closed until noon for maintenance and upkeep.
The Park has benches and drinking fountains for both dogs and their humans! There are also scoopers and waste barrels for clean up of pet waste.
The Park is maintained and operated through a partnership with the City of Redondo Beach and the “Friends of the Redondo Beach Dog Park”. The “Friends of the Redondo Beach Dog Park” (“Friends”) is dedicated to preserving and expanding safe, responsible off-leash access for dogs.
The “Friends” is a non-profit 501C (3) California Corporation that is funded solely by the generous donations of its patrons, volunteers and the community. All members of the Board of Directors are volunteers and are not compensated in any way.
Since 1992, literally thousands of dogs and their owners, have visited and enjoyed the Park. Our mission is to sponsor and organize Park activities, raise funds for maintenance and advocate responsible dog ownership. All this work is done by our volunteers in partnership with the City's Public Works Department.
There are no restrooms within the Dog Park. The nearest restrooms are located at the Southwest area of Dominguez Park adjacent to the baseball field.
We hope you enjoy and support the Redondo Beach Dog Park.
The City of Redondo Beach has allocated additional funding to the Dog Park for improvements of the Park. Below are some of the planned improvements. Be aware that these improvement will be be initiated incrementally as to not disrupt the use of the Park.
Be aware that the Friends and the City of Redondo Beach are limited in the addition of structures, irrigation and use of the Dog Park due to the agreements and restrictions with other private and municipal entities. Improvements may cause some inconveniences but we will make every attempt to keep them to a minimum.
The Friends has identified areas of the fence line that is in need of repair.
Entry gates will be widened and a cement pad will be installed. The small dog park entry gate will be relocated to facilitate a more accessible route into the park.
The Friends has identified some of the older benches be replaced.
The Friends are researching viable shade considerations that conform to restrictions but provide shade.
The Friends of the Redondo Beach Dog Park (Friends) does not sell, lend or share any personal information, emails or questions submitted to us with advertisers, contributors, Federal, County, State, or City entities without proper legal justification or order.
This website is intended to inform the community of the Mission and activities of the Dog Park. It may provide information concerning canine activities and the care and health of dogs and their owners. This information is provided as a Community Service only. The Friends does not endorse or evaluate any person, product, location, service or company, nor any of their claims made on this site unless specifically noted.