Conejo Creek Dog Park
The 3.5-acre dog park opened in June 2001. This special facility is designed for the benefit and enjoyment of our community's dogs and their human families. The park has two separate sections, one for small dogs (30 lbs and under) and the other for large dogs (more than 30 lbs). Drinking fountains have attached dog water fountains.
THE DOG PARK WILL BE CLOSED FROM JULY 19, 2021 THROUGH SUMMER (ESTIMATED 2-3 MONTHS) FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE DOG PARK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT.
OPEN DAILY 7:00am to 8:30pm
The park is closed during these times:
- Every Thursday from 7:00am - 9:00am
- All day on the 3rd Thursday of every month
- As necessary for turf protection during extreme inclement weather.
- Call 805-381-1299 for information about weather-related closings.
|ADA Parking Stalls||2|
|Drinking Fountains||3||Attached dog water fountains|
|Large Dog Area||1|
|Mutt Mutt Dispensers||10|
|Small Dog Area||1|
Dog Park Rules
There are good reasons for the rules, based on knowledge and understanding of canine behavior. Please abide by them while you're at the Conejo Creek Dog Park. If in doubt, conduct yourself with maturity and consideration for others.
To submit questions, comments, or to report concerns including off-leash, abandoned, sick or injured animals at any of the parks, contact Park Superintendent, Matt Kouba, at 805-495-6471, ext. 1112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off-Leash Areas (OLAs)
There are currently three off-leash areas in the Conejo Valley, in addition to the Conejo Creek Dog Park. They can be found at Estella Park, Kimber Park, and Walnut Grove Park. These off-leash areas do not have grass, are located in the District’s turf reduction target areas, and will become compacted natural earth surfacing over time. The District maintains trash receptacles, fencing, and grounds. Conejo Off-Leash Area Friends (COLA) assists the District in providing educational seminars, observing OLA activities, making recommendations, fundraising, providing information to the public, and overseeing the OLA Ambassadors, who volunteer to maintain the mutt mitt dispensers.