La Paws Dog Park 

Located along Felipe Road in Mission Viejo, this dog park has become a hot spot for dogs and their owners from surrounding communities like Rancho Santa Margarita. It offers separate play areas for large and small dogs plus a single-owner play area.

The park also features a purple puppy sculpture to honor first responders. Parking is available in a lot that can accommodate up to 40 cars. See more.


A great way to keep your dog from getting bored is by taking them to a dog park. These parks offer lots of space for dogs to run and play off-leash. They also provide water fountains, dog waste bags, and walking trails. There are a number of dog parks in Orange County, but the best one is in Mission Viejo.

The Mission Viejo dog park is located at 25100 Felipe Road and features three fenced-in areas for large and small dogs, as well as a single-owner area. It also has a dog-friendly water fountain, a plaza for special events, and a beautiful walking trail with Arroyo views.

The on-premise parking lot can accommodate up to 40 cars. You can bring your dog in the large and small areas, but you must be with them at all times. You must also ensure that your pet is up to date on all vaccinations and wearing a city dog tag.

Play Areas

Since opening in April along Felipe Road, this dog park has been a huge hit with Mission Viejo residents and their pets. It has separate play areas for large and small dogs as well as a single-owner play area. The park also has a walking trail and features a Purple Puppy sculpture to honor the sacrifices of first responders.

This Mission Viejo dog park has a large area of grass for dogs to run and play in with shade trees, benches, and water fountains for owners. It also has a few agility obstacles and a dog wash station for owners to use before and after their play.

This two-acre fenced off-leash dog park in Mission Viejo has separate areas for large and small dogs, with plenty of space to roam freely without their leashes. There are benches for owners and a double-gated entrance. The grounds are primarily dirt with some grass. There are also water fountains and poop bags available. More places to also visit by clicking here.


Dog parks provide recreational spaces for dogs to play and socialize. These spaces allow dogs to run freely off-leash. They are also designed to minimize environmental impacts on the area.

Mission Viejo’s newest dog park is located along Felipe Road, south of Gilleran Park. It offers separate play areas for large and small dogs, as well as a single-owner play area. In addition to the dog runs, the park features walking trails and a plaza for special events. The park is closed from 7:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. each Thursday for weekly turf maintenance.

In order to use the La Paws Dog Park, all dogs must be spayed or neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. They must also wear a city dog tag. The dog owner is responsible for removing and disposing of all dog waste. The park is also not intended for children. Anyone who is caught violating the rules will be banned from using the park.


Hala’s Paws, Mission Viejo’s newest premium pet supplier is hosting Qualified Pet Dental’s dog teeth cleaning and veterinary services clinic at this location on Fridays. Dog teeth cleaning includes a complete all-surface cleaning and thorough oral exam, without anesthesia or blood work.

The Mission Viejo Nadadores swim and dive team is a top-notch club in the Orange County area, producing Olympians at every Olympics since 1976. Located at the Marguerite Aquatic Center, the pool and diving teams have 48 national titles. They also host one of the best summer camps for swimming and diving in the country. It’s a great place to celebrate today’s heroes and inspire the next generation of them. This is an event that shouldn’t be missed! It’s free. Just register online. Check this out!



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