Hap Magee Ranch Park (1025 La Gonda Way). Hap Magee has a fairly storied tradition. At the park entrance, a barn façade commemorates the park's previous existence as a longhorn steer ranch. The site was a summer camp for San Francisco orphans, referred to as Camp Swain, until the cattle called it home. Look for a drinking fountain with a plaque and a brick representation of children playing, commemorating Camp Swain. 

 

The water element of Hap Magee is a mixture of metal tubes forming a tunnel with water spraying inside as children run through and water spraying from the ground. On a random circuit, a motion sensor activates the water element. There are also walking trails in this 17-acre park, separate play areas for younger and older kids, picnic areas, and a dog park.

 

This dog park always delivers. A lot of the dog park experience is the other dogs and the dogs here are great.

 

Most dog owners recommend this place because of the following reasons:

 

  • Parking here is usually good/ not full.

  • The location is also great for lots of walks to take your doggie on.

  • A lot of friendly people in the neighborhood

  • Your fur-babies will definitely have a great time

  • Pretty nice park with a pretty big white gazebo, bridge, nice playground area, tree stumps, and very green grass with trees

  • Lots to do for everyone and definitely a great place to come with the whole family. 

  • Most of all it’s wheelchair accessible
     

This amazing dog park is located near the following must-visit dog-friendly parks near Walnut Creek, California:
 

  • Heather Farm Dog Park

  • Baldwin Dog Park

  • Highlands Ranch Dog Park

  • Markley Creek Dog Park 

  • Paso Nogal Dog Park

  • Joaquin Miller Dog Park

  • Clayton Dog Park

  • San Miguel Park
     

All of these wonderful attractions are located just a short distance from our location at 1261 Locust Street in Walnut Creek, California!

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