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9 Amazing Off-Leash Dog Parks in Fresno, CA (2024 Update)

Gregory Iacono

By Gregory Iacono

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Fresno, California, is a great place to live, work, and play. It’s even better when you have a dog; as we all know, dogs are the best pets on earth. Of course, it helps to have a place you can play with your dog, especially if you live in an apartment or like getting out of the house with your pup. Thankfully, there are nine off-leash parks in Fresno waiting for you and your canine friends.

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The 9 Off-Leash Dog Parks in Fresno, CA

1. Al Radka Dog Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“5890 E Belmont Ave – Frontage Rd, Fresno, CA 93727
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: Free
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Large, grassy, fenced-in off-leash dog park
  • Lots of dogs and humans on the weekends and a popular park for sports
  • No water or waste bags
  • Reports that the park is well-kept, clean, and beautiful
  • Many amenities for children

2. Basin AH1 Dog Park and Pond

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“4257 W Alamos Ave, Fresno, CA 93722
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: Free
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Large, seasonal off-leash dog park
  • Pond at the park to play in during nice weather
  • Lots of shade and benches are available
  • No water or waste bags are provided
  • The dog park field is mostly grass and great for play
  • Very popular and crowded park on the weekends

3. City of Selma Dog Park

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πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“Nebraska Ave, City of Selma, CA 93662
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: Free
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Large, fenced-in park but no separation for dog size
  • Entire park is grassy and great for playing
  • Many shade trees to keep you cool
  • No water or waste bags
  • The park is about 20 minutes outside of the city

4. Clovis Dog Park (Sierra Bicentennial Dog Park)

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“100 N Sunnyside Ave, Clovis, CA 93612
πŸ• Open Times: 8:00 AM to dusk, 7 days a week
πŸ’² Cost: Free
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Brand new park in Clovis, CA, right next to Fresno
  • A gated dog park with areas for big and small dogs
  • Waste bags and water are available
  • The dog run area is mostly grass with some dirt
  • Lots of shade trees but not a lot of benches to sit and relax

5. Dr. James W. Thornton Dog Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“3934 N Hayston Ave, Fresno, CA 93726
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: $25.00 per year
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Membership-based dog park with a wide variety of excellent amenities
  • Getting into the park is very difficult, and lots of paperwork is needed
  • You receive a gate key when you register and pay the fees
  • Features a 2,000-gallon wading pool for dogs to cool
  • Several separate dog runs are available
  • Lots of shade and seating
  • Water and waste bags are provided

6. Pasa Tiempo Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“3934 N Hayston Ave, Fresno, CA 93726
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: $25.00 per year
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Nice park where well-behaved dogs are allowed off-leash
  • Lots of shade trees and benches to sit and relax
  • No water or waste bags are provided
  • Mostly grass fields and a very well-kept park

7. Roeding Dog Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“890 W Belmont Ave, Fresno, CA 93728
πŸ• Open Times: Open 24 hours, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: Free
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Dogs can be on-leash in the park and off-leash in the fenced-in dog run
  • Not a lot of shade
  • Many say that this is an excellent dog park for smaller dogs
  • No water or waste bags are available

8. Todd Beamer Dog Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“2050 E Plymouth Way, Fresno, CA 93720
πŸ• Open Times: 8:00 AM to dusk, Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: $5.00 per vehicle (Annual Park Pass = $50.)
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Large beautiful park with a small, fenced-in dog run
  • Water fountains and a fire hydrant are there for cooling off
  • Very close to a skate park
  • Waste bags are available but tend to run out

9. Woodward Dog Park

πŸ—ΊοΈ Address: πŸ“Yosemite Rd, Fresno, CA, US, 93720
πŸ• Open Times: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Sunday
πŸ’² Cost: $5.00 park entrance fee
πŸ• Off-Leash: Yes
  • Large, 1-acre, fenced, off-leash dog park with mostly grass
  • There’s lots of parking, so no worries on the weekends
  • Tables, benches, and water for your dogs are all available, as well as waste bags and scoops
  • If you go before or after the park’s payment booth opens, you can get in for free

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Wrapping Up

As you can see, Fresno has some amazing off-leash dog parks that you can enjoy with all of your 4-legged friends. The dog parks on our list are off-leash, but while walking to them, you usually need to keep your dog on its leash. Most offer water and waste bags, but some don’t, so always be sure to keep some extra in your car. Also, be aware that the California sun can be intense during the day (depending on the time of year), and be prepared with sunscreen for your pup.

Of course, always clean up after your pet, and make sure you leave no trace when you leave. Also, it’s worth noting that many dog parks in California require proof of vaccinations to enter. Besides that, we hope you enjoy all the off-leash dog parks in Fresno and find one that you and your precious pet can call your own.


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