About the ParkThe Laguna Beach Dog Park is over two acres of grassy expanse tucked between the hills of the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and the Aliso/Wood Canyons Regional Wilderness Park in Laguna Beach, California. Each week, hundreds of dogs and their owners visit this beautiful park, where leashes come off and dogs run free.
- Preserve and enhance a safe and enjoyable dog park
- Promote responsible dog ownership
- Be an ambassador for the dog park
Rolo & Henry
Friends of Laguna Beach Dog Park is a California non-profit corporation with tax-exempt status under IRS Section 501(c)(3) that is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Laguna Beach Dog Park, which is owned, operated and maintained by the City of Laguna Beach.
FLBDP was formed in June 2005 when a group of loyal dog park patrons became concerned about the City’s consideration of taking the northern portion of the dog park for use as a skate park. We saw that dog park lovers needed a common voice to air our concerns before the City Council and keep the dog park’s “pawprint” intact. Our efforts were rewarded in February 2006 when the City Council removed the dog park from consideration as a skate park location. The experience of nearly losing a portion of our park taught us that the dog park needs advocates.