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Paso Nogal Park

501 Paso Nogal Rd, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Paso Nogal Park is a hidden treasure in Pleasant Hill, California. This park has many different features including an off-leash dog area, baseball diamonds, and picnic tables. If you are looking for a great place to go any time of the year then Paso Nogal Park is your perfect spot.

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Paso Nogal Park provides a wonderful space for families to enjoy each other's company with picnics or games! It also provides a safe environment for children to play while their parents relax on the nearby benches or walk around the park exploring what it has to offer! 

The playgrounds are available for kids of all ages so they can have fun playing together too! In addition, several food trails make Paso Nogal Park a wonderful place for people of all ages to spend their time. Paso Nogal is the perfect way to get outdoors and enjoy Pleasant Hill, California!

Parks and Trails

Paso Nogal Park is situated between Taylor Boulevard to the south, Morello Avenue to the east, and Paso Nogal Road. This open space area has a 2.5-acre gated dog exercise facility with 63 acres of picturesque hiking paths in which many people enjoy spending their time for leisure or even just walking around admiring all that nature offers them as they go about their day-long activities.

Dog Park

Outside of the fenced-in off-leash dog park area, dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. The open space hiking paths are included under this regulation. On the trails, visitors should respect others who may or may not appreciate friendly greetings from your pup! Tourists and locals alike can enjoy these natural spaces in Paso Nogal Park without fear of being jumped by an overzealous four-legged friend looking for love.

Additional rules to take note of when using the off-leash areas of the dog park:

  • A dog has to be at least 6 months old and free of infectious diseases to enter the park. To ensure this, a registration tag on your dog's collar must also have up-to-date information about immunizations and other health concerns from any time since they were last seen by their vet.

  • Owners and handlers have a responsibility to clean up after their dogs. As such, it has been made easy for them with doggie bags that are provided by donations from memberships (PH DOG).

  • All dogs who visit the dog park must be on a leash. The Dog Park is an area for animals to run and play off-leash in designated areas while under the control of their owners or handlers, but all pets that go there need to stay on leashes at all times unless they are playing with other canines inside one of the two enclosed pens.

  • Digging is a common instinct for some dogs, but it's an act that can be damaging to the ground and create problems with other users. That means owners/handlers need to make sure their pets don't do any digging!

  • Dogs that are in heat are not permitted. A dog park is always a rambunctious place. But for the many dogs that are in heat, it becomes an uncomfortable and sometimes even dangerous environment.

  • The maximum number of dogs per owner/handler is four.

  • The park has two fenced-in areas for canine exercise that dogs can use: one where dogs under 25 pounds can play, and another designated for larger breeds.

Paso Nogal Park is a beautiful park to explore with your family and fur family in Pleasant Hill. It boasts an off-leash dog area, baseball diamonds, and picnic tables - all of which make the park perfect for any time of year! If you're looking to explore more parks with your pup or just want to get some exercise then this place will be right up your alley.

Pleasant Hill, California is blessed with some of the area’s most amazing parks. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:

  • Pleasant Hill Park

  • Rodgers-Smith Park

  • Las Juntas Open Space

  • Pleasant Oaks Park

  • Frank Salfingere Park

  • Dinosaur Hill Park

  • Hidden Lakes Park

  • Willow Pass Community Park 

All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location at 609 Gregory Lane, Suite #220 in Pleasant Hill! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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