San Diego Dog Parks – Can we ever have enough?

Thursday, April 19, 2007 at 7:55 pm Leave a comment

Isn’t it interesting how all the dog parks in San Diego County are concentrated in some areas, while other areas lack places to turn out your pooch. Take the South Bay, for example. Aside from dog beach in Coronado, there is nothing along the coast, south of the Coronado Bridge. Chula Vista has three dog parks in the Eastlake area and none in the older part of the city to the west or along the coast. I did find 7 1/2 fenced acres owned by the City of Chula Vista, located behind the old Rohr facility between J street and E street, close to the bay. It’s all grass and aside from the need to fix the fence in a couple of places, where it appears cars have knocked it over, it is ready to go and would be an ideal dog turnout place, even if only on a temporary basis. Guess I will have to do a little footwork and contact the city. I will try to get some pictures of the area and post them here for others to see. Would be nice is a community effort could be started to give those dogs that reside on the west side of town a place to run, even if it is just temporary.

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