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Best of Dog-Friendly Trails, Parks & Beaches

It’s time for Work It Wednesday, and we’re including man’s best friend for today’s workout post 🙂

That’s right, we’re killing two birds with one stone today — not only will you get some fresh air and good exercise, but you can also bring your dog along too!

This is the perfect way to get your daily dose of pure 805 sunshine and exercise your pup (and yourself, of course) — we promise, both you and your furry friend will love the trails, parks, and beaches we’ve listed here!  And guess what (!?), our tax dollars pay for the maintenance anyways, so go get your money’s worth already!

Best of … Dog Friendly Local Trails, Parks & Beaches

Sometimes you take your dog for a walk, and sometimes, your dog takes YOU for a walk.  So cut the ties, and let your dog run freeeeee…! Lucky for us, there are several off-leash dog parks in the 805 as well.

Time to give your arm a break and let your dog have some socialization time. It’s a win-win!

Best of… Off-Leash Dog Parks

  • Conejo Creek Dog Park {Thousand Oaks}
  • Walnut Grove Park {Thousand Oaks}
  • Kimber Park {Newbury Park}
  • Estella Park {Newbury Park}
  • Moorpark Dog Park at College View Park {Moorpark}
  • Oak Canyon Dog Park {Oak Park}
  • Big Sky Dog Park {Simi Valley}
  • Calabasas Bark Park {Calabasas}
  • Camino Real Park {Ventura}
  • Mitchell Edelson Dog Park {Ojai}
  • Douglas Family Preserve {Santa Barbara}
  • Orcutt Community Park {Santa Barbara}
  • Tucker’s Grove Park {Santa Barbara}
  • Toro Canyon County Park {Santa Barbara}
  • W.O.O.F. Pac Park at Waller Park  {Santa Maria}

As you can see, that’s a lot of off-leash dog parks! Your pups will definitely need a break after all this exercise and socialization…We are so fortunate to live in an area that is super dog friendly.  In Conejo Valley, and we have Conejo Off Leash Areas Friends, or COLA, to thank for that!

COLA is a non-profit organization that promotes enjoyable and safe use of off-leash areas.  They helped with the addition of three new off-leash dog park areas within the Conejo Valley recently — Walnut Grove, Kimber, and Estella Parks.  For more information, volunteer opportunities, or donate to improve dog parks check out their website here.

So in actuality, we are killing three birds with one stone. That’s a thing, right?

Let us know your favorite hike, trail, or beach (especially if we didn’t mention it!).  Hope you all have a great Work It Wednesday and, lucky for you, the work week is already half way over!#spreadthelove #workitwednesday #snuggleyourpuppytoday


Your Team at LL805


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