Calabasas Bark Park
4232 Las Virgenes Rd.
(South of the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District)
(818) 224-1600

Operating Hours:
5:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Park Features:
Separate Gated Children's Play Area
Doggie Drinking Fountain
Pooper Scoopers
Ample Parking

Bulletin Board


Calabasas Bark Park Rules:

     No dogs showing aggression towards other dogs or people can enter the park.
     Owners must pick-up after their dogs.
     No more than three (3) dogs per person in the park at one time.
     Dogs must be properly inoculated, be healthy (no contagious 
conditions) and be parasite-free.
     No female dogs in heat allowed.
     No toddlers or small children allowed in the dog run area. A  fenced area for kids is provided. Children under 10 are strongly discouraged in the park without adult supervision. Children should not run with the dogs or chase them while in the park.
     No puppies under 5 months. Puppies are not fully vaccinated, and are vulnerable to disease and injury.
     No rawhide or food in the park as dog fights may result.
     Please remove pinch (prong) collars and spike collars from dogs before entering the park. Other dogs can be injured while  playing.
     No wolves or wolf hybrids allowed.
     Owners must supervise their dogs closely, and cannot leave the park without their dog.
     Please pay attention to the body language of other dogs to protect yourself and your dog.
     If you feel that you or your dog is in danger, simply leave the  park, report the situation, and come back another day.

Questions or comments?

Calabasas Bark Park Liability Waiver:

(Please read before entering the park)

I agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City of Calabasas and its officers, employees and agents from and against any and all loss, liability, charges and expenses (including attorney’s fees) and costs which may arise by reason of participation at the Calabasas Bark Park. The City does not provide accident, medical liability, workers’ compensation insurance or any other insurance for participants or their dogs.

I agree to carefully inspect and satisfy myself that the facilities provided are reasonably safe for their intended use. Once having conducted the inspection, I agree to expressly assume the risk for myself and my dog(s) of participating at these premises. I understand the City retains the right to use photos taken during activities for publicity purposes.


Handling Situations

If you notice that someone hasn’t picked up after their dog, don’t be shy! Politely point and say "POOP ALERT" or some other friendly reminder.

If a dog is threatening other dogs or people, join together as a group to approach the owner. Politely ask the owner to remove the dog immediately. If he/she refuses, phone L.A. County Animal Control at 818-991-0071.

If a dog attacks your dog, one way to separate them is to grab the hind legs of the offender and walk backwards. Do not attempt this maneuver if you feel the offender may cause you injury. Dog repellant spray is also available through the Friend of the Calabasas Bark Park.



City of Calabasas 2017