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  • Dog Exercise Park

  • Picnic Tables

  • Trails


About Paso Nogal Park:


There are 8 Paso Nogal Park entrances and an open area. On Paso Nogal Lane, the main entrance is located. Others include Kiki Lane, Boies Drive, Gail Drive, Morello Avenue, Odin Drive, and Paso Nogal Court.


In general, the park and open space area is bordered to the south by Taylor Boulevard, east by Morello Avenue and north by Paso Nogal Lane.


This park is designated as an open space and provides a fenced area (2.5 acres), small picnic areas and about 63 acres of scenic hiking trails in the dog training park.


Dogs must be AT ALL TIMES on a leash when in the fenced area of the off-leash dog park. The Open Space Hiking Trails are part of this policy. Please value those on the trails who may or may not appreciate your canine company's nice (or not-so-friendly) greeting. Open spaces for us to enjoy. Again, please always keep your dog on a leash.


Rules for Paso Nogal Off-Leash Dog Exercise Area


  • Dogs must be at least 6 months old, up-to-date, and free of infectious conditions with current vaccinations. Dogs are expected to display current identification tags on the collar.

  • After their puppies, owners / handlers are obligated to clean up. Via membership donations (PH DOG), doggie bags are issued.

  • All owners/handlers using the area must carry a leash for each of their dogs.

  • Since it destroys the turf and poses a risk for other users, owners / handlers must keep their dogs from digging.

  • Dogs in heat are not allowed.

  • Number of dogs per owner/handler is limited to no more than 4.

  • In Off Leash Training Areas, there are two fenced dog areas: one for dogs under 25 lbs and the other for larger dogs.


Help us keep this park beautiful and dog-friendly:


  • Always follow the posted rules as they may have changed

  • Respect and protect wildlife and habitats

  • Pack in and pack out, leaving only paw prints

Pleasant Hill, California has some of the most picturesque hiking trails in the region.  Here’s our top list This amazing attraction is located near the following must-see sights in Walnut Creek, California:

  • Contra Costa Canal Trail

  • Las Juntas Open Space

  • Hidden Lakes Park

  • Briones Regional Park

  • Mount Wanda Trailhead 

  • Pleasant Hill Park

  • Acalanes Ridge 

  • Bear Creek Staging Area

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

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