The Boneyard - Culver City Dog Park

4.5
based on 5 ratings

Jefferson Blvd & Duquesne Avenue
Culver City, CA 90232

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Dog Parks & Dog Runs

www.culvercitydogpark.org/

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Fenced in:  YesLeash Required:  No
Restrooms Nearby:  YesNight Lighting:  No
Benches:  YesTrash Cans:  Yes
Disposal Bags:  YesWater Fountain:  Yes

Surface type:Decomposed Granite
Size:1 acre

“A lovely hillside off-leash dog park with separate areas for small and big dogs. Mostly sand and gravel, with some benches and shade.”

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1posted: November 6th, 2008

I like the stinky mud


The trees are too small to chase around and it is just plain flat hard dirt all over. There are big shady things over the benches, but only 4 of them. On the up side, there is a huge stinky muddy pee filled greenish puddle pond by one of the treelets. I wallowed in it real good the first time we went Only my eyes were not covered, It was great - I even drank some - yum. Mommy only took me there a couple of times. Now we go to El Segundo...

 

 
5posted: February 22nd, 2007

fun fun fun


I love this park. The small dog area is large in comparison to others so there's plenty of room to really run. The park is new and they are still working on improvements. The trees will take some time to grow but they do have shade structures over some of the benches.

 

 
4edited: February 22nd, 2007

Great for the smaller set!


This is one of my favorite afternoon destinations. Since I am on the small side, and a tiny bit timid, I love that there is a seperate place where the big and small pups can play. I have made several pup pals at the park, and my human mom likes it, too. Sometimes I wish it was grassy, but the sand is easier to keep clean, so I don't worry about being too stinky when I get home! There's usually a nice breeze, and there are covered bench areas for shade, which means I never get over-heated, even if I'm playing like a maniac!!

posted: February 22nd, 2007

 

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