March 31, 2020- Due to the new and updated Order issued by the Alameda County Public Health Officer, Livermore Area Recreation and Park District has CLOSED all dog parks until further notice. Parks and open spaces remain open providing community members access to nature, fresh air, sunshine, and enough room for dogs to move around in and have fun while practicing social and physical distancing by staying a healthy distance (six feet or more) from others. You may experience reduced service levels due to employee restrictions based on the public health order so please embody a "pack-in, pack-out" mind set to help us keep our outdoor spaces clean and safe. It would also be helpful if you could bring your own "mutt mitt" during this time.Thank you and stay healthy.
The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District has seven (7) dog parks throughout Livermore. Each dog park offers a unique design within an enclosed fenced setting to allow maximum play and run off leash. Our dog parks are open from sunrise to sunset; for the enjoyment and safety of all dog park users, please read and familiarize yourself with our Dog Park Rules.
The 49,000-square-foot dog park features a small dog area and a large dog area.
Features a separate fenced areas for small and large dogs, plus a dog drinking fountain. Large dog area is 16,100 square feet. Small dog area is 7,800 square feet.
This fenced run is on the west side of Bluebell Drive, between Buckskin and Shetland Roads. This dog park features separate areas for large and small dogs.
At the southeast corner of the park between the softball fields and Mendenhall Middle School, there is a fenced dog area of approximately 28,000 square feet.
The approximately 15,000-square-foot fenced dog run is located behind the library and picnic area.
Off-leash use is allowed only during park hours except during permitted events. The 4-acre fenced dog park meadow offers two water stations for dogs. The meadow is situated between the arroyo and the synthetic turf field.
A breathtaking experience, explore the beauty of south Livermore by hiking, biking, walking, or jogging through this 847-acre open space park. Dogs must be on leash at all times.
Follow the paved path up the hill from the play area and just over the crest to a nearly 39,000-square-foot fenced grassy hillside where your dog is allowed off leash.