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OC Dog Parks


Carbon Canyon Regional Park

 

4442 Carbon Canyon Road
Brea, CA92823

(714)973-3160 or (714)973-3162
Email: [email protected]

Clark Regional Park

 

8800 Rosecrans Ave.
Buena Park, CA90621

(714)973-3170
Email: [email protected]

Craig Regional Park

 

3300 State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA92835

(714)973-3180
Email: [email protected]

Dana Point Harbor

 

34551 Puerto Place

Dana Point, CA 92629
949-923-2280
Email: [email protected]

Dana Point Youth And Group Facility

 

34451 Ensenada Place
Dana Point, CA 92629
(949)923-2215 or (949)923-2218
Email: [email protected]

Featherly Regional Park

 

24001 Santa Ana Canyon Road
Anaheim, CA92808

(714)771-6731 or (714)637-0210
Email: [email protected]

Harriett M. Wieder Regional Park

 

19251 Seapoint Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA92648

(949)923-2250
Email: [email protected]

Heritage Hill Historical Park

 

25151 Serrano Road
El Toro, CA92630-2534

(949)923-2230
Email: [email protected]

Irvine Regional Park

 

1 Irvine Park Road
Orange, CA92862

(714)973-6835 or (714)973-3173
Email: [email protected]

Laguna Niguel Regional Park

 

28241 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, CA92677

(949)923-2240 or (949)923-2243
Email: [email protected]

Mason Regional Park

 

18712 University Drive
Irvine, CA92612-2601

(949)923-2220 or (949)923-2223
Email: [email protected]

Mile Square Regional Park

 

16801 Euclid
Fountain Valley, CA92708
(714)973-6600
Email: [email protected]

Newport Harbor

 

18712 University Drive
Dana Point
, CA
92612-2601
(949)923-2250 or (949)923-2248
Email: [email protected]

O'Neill Regional Park

 

30892 Trabuco Canyon Road
Trabuco Canyon, CA92678

(949)923-2260 or (949)923-2256
Email: [email protected]

Santiago Oaks Regional Park

 

2145 N. Windes Drive
Orange, CA92869

(714)973-6620 or (714)973-6622
Email: [email protected]

Talbert Nature Preserve

 

P.o. Box 4048
Santa Ana, CA92702

(949)923-2250 or (866)627-2757
Email: [email protected]

Upper Newport Bay

 

2301 University Drive
Newport Beach, CA92660

(949)923-2290
Email: [email protected]

Yorba Park

 

7600 E. La Palma
Anaheim, CA92807
(714)973-6615 or (714)973-6838
Email: [email protected]

 


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Monday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) -------------

Tuesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Wednesday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Thursday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Friday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Saturday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

Sunday:

(Open to the Public) 9:00am- 5:00pm

(Adoptions) till 4:00pm

(Surgery Pick Ups) 3:00pm- 5:00pm

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  • "Thank you to the OC Humane Society team for introducing us to Maxwell (now Bruno) he has been an amazing addition to our little family. He knows all of his basic commands and even knows heel! A surprise to us since he was found as a stray."
    Sandy T. / Huntington Beach, CA

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