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Visit the Manteca Dog Park

Bring Your Canine Pal to Manteca

Dog parks can be a lifesaver for those of us who love our pets but do not have a large backyard in which they can play.  Taking your canine friend to a dog park can get out their energy, help them with socialization, and get them ready for a relaxing rest of the day. Fortunately, Manteca has a great dog park available to its residents, and there are several available in the surrounding regions as well.

Manteca Dog Park

The Manteca Dog Park is located at 1070 Eucalyptus Street and is open from dawn until dusk every day.  It may close on rainy days to prevent damage to the turf.  It also closes periodically for turf restoration and other maintenance. These closures are posted on the City’s Facebook page, so be sure to check before you head out. You can also call the Park office at (209) 456-8600. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and every other Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Park Rules

Visitors to the park must follow the posted rules:

  • There is an area for small dogs that weigh 25 pounds or less and a large dog area for all others.
  • Dog owners use the park at their own risk. They are responsible for the actions of their pet, including any monetary damages incurred. The City of Manteca does not maintain any responsibility for illness or injury to dogs or their owners.
  • Dogs must be on a leash when they enter and exit the park.
  • The owner must have voice control of the dog at all times.
  • The maximum number of dogs per responsible adult is two.
  •  Professional dog trainers must have prior City approval to use the off-leash area for purposes of their business.
  • Any dog showing aggressive behavior must be removed immediately by its owner.
  • Dogs must be current on licensing and vaccinations, with tags attached to their collar.
  • Dog owners must be able to provide proof of licensing and vaccination if asked to do so.
  • All dogs and kids must be supervised by an adult.
  • Do not allow children to use the equipment. It is meant for dog use only.
  • Owners must pick up and throw away their dog’s poop inside and outside the park.
  • Digging is not allowed. If your dog digs a hole, you are required to fill it.
  • No grooming or brushing of pets within the park.

Items Prohibited at Manteca Dog Park

Furthermore, the following items and behaviors are not allowed in the park:

  • Food
  • Beverages
  • Smoking
  • Glass objects
  • Dog food/treats
  • Spike, chain, choke or pinch collars
  • Puppies younger than four months
  • Aggressive dogs
  • Dogs in heat
  • Sick animals
  • Dog toys
  • Bicycles
  • Strollers
  • Children’s toys

Other Nearby Dog Parks 

In addition to the one off-leash park in Manteca, the following dog parks are within a half-hour drive from Manteca:

  • El Pescadero Park – 301 West Grant Line Road in Tracy
  • Barkleyville Dog Park – 5505 Feather River Drive in Stockton
  • Michael Faklis Park – 5250 Cosumnes Drive in Stockton

Watch the YouTube video. Below is a clip of a bunch of dogs having fun at Barkleyville in Stockton.

Manteca Dog Bite Lawyer

Hello and thanks for reading. I’m Ed Smith, a dog bite lawyer in Manteca, California. Whether at a dog park or elsewhere, dog owners are strictly liable if their pet causes injuries. That means that if you experience a dog bite, the dog’s owner is financially responsible for your damages. It also means that if your dog bites someone, you will be on the line for medical expenses and other financial damages. If you have sustained dog bite injuries and would like our free and friendly advice, call our injury lawyers today at (209) 227-1931 or, from outside the local area, toll-free at (800) 404-5400. If it is your preference, you may also fill out our online contact form

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