Photo courtesy of Silver Lake Dog Park
This 1.25-acre off-leash play space gives your pup all the freedom they need. There’s also a separate area for large and small dogs; both come with great views and allow you to chat with some of the city’s most welcoming hippies (who just might share some of their weed with you).
Location: 1850 Silver Lake Drive
Photo courtesy of Alice’s Dog Park
Your big doggo will adore the 2.5 acres of off-leash play space, and your little pup will definitely appreciate the grassy 1-acre off-leash area. The park is protected by a double fence and invites owners to sit at the picnic tables in the isolated shade. It also comes with water stations for you and your furry friend.
Location: 3026 E. Orange Grove Blvd.
Photo courtesy of Laurel Canyon Dog Park
Celebrity sightings are relatively common at this dog park. It holds the largest fenced-in play space with about 5 acres and offers separate areas for large and small dogs. It must be said that rattlesnakes and coyotes might make their way in the park at dusk and dawn, so be on the lookout.
Location: 8260 Mulholland Drive
Photo courtesy of Bring Fido
This fenced-in off-leash park comes in at 1.3 acres but is mostly geared towards smaller and senior dogs. This quiet park has a mud-free play yard and lots of tree shade. The park encourages you to BYOB; bring your own (poop) bags!
Location: 5568 Via Marisol Ave.
Photo courtesy of The Boneyard
This 1-acre dusty gravel off-leash dog park might be a little messy, but you can ensure that there won’t be any fleas roaming the yard. It has ample parking and water fountains available, and it’s also open until 10 pm with overhead lighting.
Location: 3160 N. Canyon Drive
Photo by humaneheroes
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