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Directions to Lathrop Dog Park

The City of Lathrop's dog park is located at River Park South, 17801 Inland Passage Way, Lathrop. The park is a grass, fenced in dog park to allow dogs to run without a leash.

The park open to the public from dawn until dusk.

Directions to the park are as follows:

From I-5, head west on Louise Avenue.
Louise Avenue becomes River Islands Parkway.
Turn Left on McKee Blvd.
Turn Right on Brookhurst Blvd.
Brookhurst Blvd dead ends into Inland Passage. You will see the dog park as you come to the end of Brookhurst Blvd.

Please make sure to clean up after your dog at the park!

If you have any questions, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 209-941-7360.


Help Keep our Parks and Streets Safe and Clean

The City of Lathrop has many parks for the enjoyment of our citizens.  While using our parks, please keep in mind that if you bring your dog, your dog must be on a leash.

The only place dogs are allowed off leash is in the City’s Dog Park.  The Dog Park is located at River Park South, 17801 Inland Passage Way, Lathrop.  The park is a grass, fenced-in dog park to allow dogs to run free and play without a leash.

While using any of our parks, please be courteous of your fellow citizens and pick up after you animals.  Those plastic bags from your grocer are great for litter-removal; they easily fit in your pocket and are ready when you need it.

Please make sure to clean up after your dog at any park!

If you have any questions, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 209-941-7360 or the Administrative Services Department - Animal Services Division at 209-941-7240.

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City of Lathrop Dog Park Rules
The City of Lathrop reserves the right to change these rules at any time.

  • Dog owners/guardians must accept responsibility for themselves, their children/guests and their dog(s) while in the park.  Owners are legally responsible for any damage, injury, or illness their dog(s) may cause to themselves, other dogs, other people or yourselves.
  • Owners must carry a leash at all times.  Please leash and unleash your dog inside the double-gated holding area. Never carry your dog into the park.  Never open more than one gate at a time.  If an owner and his/her dog(s) are in the holding area, stand outside and wait for him/her to enter or exit.
  • Dogs must wear a collar with identification at all times, be licensed and vaccinated, be healthy (have no contagious diseases), and be parasite-free.
  • Dogs showing aggression towards people or other animals must be immediately removed from the park by the owners/guardians.  If you feel that you or your dog is in danger, simply leave the park and come back another day.
  • Owners are not to leave their dog(s) unattended or allow their dog(s) to be out of sight.
  • Minor children must be accompanied by an adult.  Parents should refrain from bringing toddlers or small children into the park, unless they are willing to keep the children out of harm’s way, totally under control, and accept full responsibility for their safety.  Please remember this is a dog park and not a playground for children.  If your children create problems for owners and their dogs, you may be asked by other participants to leave the dog park for safety’s sake.  Children should not run with the dogs or chase them while in the park.
  • Puppies under four months of age are prohibited, as they are not yet protected from disease.
  • Owners must clean up after their dogs.
  • The number of dogs per person is limited to three (3).
  • Dogs in heat will not be allowed inside the park.
  • No wolves or wolf hybrids allowed.
  • Toys or food can be a source of confrontation between dogs.  Please don’t bring them if other dogs are present.
  • Smokers must not throw cigarette butts on the ground.
  • Do not bring glass containers into the park.
  • Alcohol is prohibited in accordance with LMC, Section 12.20.010U.
  • Watering receptacles should be provided by owners/guardians.  Potable water provided by dog park.

VIOLATORS WILL BE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL FROM THE PARK AND SUSPENSION OF PARK PRIVILEGES.

  • Call (209) 941-7200 for any incident or activity that should be brought to the attention of the City.  This includes vandalism, theft, damages, injuries, etc.
  • Call Lathrop Animal Services at (209) 941-7240 for any incident involving a stray animal entering the dog park, and/or causing damage to the dog park.
  • Call Lathrop Police Services at 911 for any emergency or life-threatening incident.
  • Call Lathrop Public Works Department at (209) 941-7430 for any unsafe park conditions.

LIABILITY WAIVER:  Enter at your own risk.  You are entering an off-leash dog park and you enter at your own risk.  Dog owners or guardians are legally responsible for any damage, injury, or illness your dog(s) may cause to themselves, other dogs, other people or yourselves.  Neither the City of Lathrop, their offices, employees, agents or volunteers will be responsible in any way for people or their pets while in the park.

THE DOG PARK BELONGS TO ALL OF US!
PLEASE HELP US KEEP IT SAFE & CLEAN!

 

 

 

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