Bark Park consists of two enclosures where dogs are allowed off-leash: a .6 acre area for large dogs over 25 pounds, and a .3 acre area for small dogs under 25 pounds. The enclosures are surrounded by a six-foot high chain link fence with self-closing double gate entrances and exits to each area. The ground is covered with six-inches of wood fiber (similar to wooden chips that are used for playgrounds). Other site amenities include: ADA accessible drinking fountain with pet bowl Hose bibs for additional water access Trash receptacles Park benches ADA accessible walkway leading to trail Doggie walk waste bags in each enclosure for clean-up by pet owners (Plans call for benches to be added in the near future) Open -

7 days ago

hiking
20 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

It was perfect for a post thanksgiving meal. Difficult at some parts but worth it because of the great views of downtown LA. Start of the trail is easy to find with plenty of parking!

hiking
2 months ago

Going up hill is pretty steep, but worth it for the workout!

hiking
2 months ago

Steep trail, almost no sun cover so come prepared if its a sunny day. has some nice views

hiking
3 months ago

good steep first mile. after that enjoyable

hiking
3 months ago

walking
4 months ago

Nice Treck.

hiking
4 months ago

Great trail with steep inclines. Kid friendly with great views.

trail running
4 months ago

it was awsome really hard trail

hiking
5 months ago

Short but very steep. To get an idea, this trail offers 456/1.6 = 287 ft gain per mile. The San Jacinto hike gives you 4100/15 = 273 ft gain per mile. So technically this trail is steeper. Of the other difficult hikes, Half Dome and Whitney gives you >300 ft gain per mile.