Looking for a nice spot to spend the summer days? Why don’t you pay a visit to the Alameda Small Dog Park? This location was created especially for small dogs. The one on-premise enclosure, which is completely fenced, is a positively amazing spot for dogs weighing 30 lbs or less to have a doggone fantastic off-leash party! There are plenty of fun activities for the entire family to do and it’s part of a wider family pet-friendly town. When you’re not in the off-leash area, make sure your dog is on a leash.

The Alameda Small Dog Park offers a variety of activities for your best canine companion. After a long workout, do you feel exhausted? To cool off, your dog will join you under the shade of one of the trees. There are also several seats where you can relax while watching your dog play.

The location is well-kept, with a mix of scenery (sand and grass), as well as toys to enjoy. It’s not too busy with dogs and has plenty of room. The park has multiple watering holes within a few feet of each other, meaning that the dogs have access to water at all times. This is an excellent location for your dog to get some exercise. 

One of East Bay’s best dog parks. Signs instructing owners to cover dug-up pits, water stations, poop sacks, and even chairs can be found around the park. It’s a large area for dogs to run around in. The small dog section is made up of sand and gravel, while the big dog section is completely made up of dirt. Both areas are separated only by a fence, allowing both sides to see what is happening on the other side.

Outside of Alameda Small Dog Park, there is plenty of free parking. The public is welcome to use the restrooms on the property. To help in canine waste disposal, you will need to carry some cleanup bags from home.

When your dog has had his fun with his furry friends, the two of you will go on an adventure together. A sand dune field leads down to the dog playground, which is a lot of fun to climb. Picnicking at Alameda Small Dog Park is a brilliant idea! Carry a picnic lunch and spend the day sitting under the shadow of the trees. You’ll still want to have a sweet reward for your best dog!

Concord, California is blessed to have many amazing dog parks for your fur baby.  Here’s a list of our favorites:

  • Heather Farm Dog Farm
  • Highlands Ranch Dog Park
  • Martinez Dog Park
  • Pinole Dog Park
  • Linda Ave Dog Park
  • Ohlone Dog Park
  • Paso Nogal Park
  • Rincon Hill Dog Park

All of these dog parks are located just a short distance from our location in downtown Walnut Creek, Spaulding Concrete on Locust Street!