Due to our insurance regulations the following breeds or crossbreeds are not allowed at this park:

  • Any type of Pit Bull
  • American Bully
  • Staffordshire Terrier
  • Rottweiler
  • German Shepherd
  • Any breed of Mastiff or Bull Mastiff
  • Chow

  • Doberman Pinscher
  • Any Wolf or Wolf Hybrid
  • Alaskan Malamute
  • Siberian Husky
  • Belgian Malinois
  • Or any dog that is aggressive regardless of breed.
  • Only 2 dogs are allowed per site, no dogs over 40lbs.


California law allows persons with disabilities to bring trained service dogs and psychiatric service dogs, but not emotional support animals, to all public places. Several different California laws set out the rights of people with disabilities who use animals to assist them. These laws include the Unruh Civil Rights Act, the California Disabled Persons Act (CDPA), and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). (Federal disability rights laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), also protect the rights of people who use service dogs and emotional support animals. For more information, see our article on federal law regarding service animals. When federal and state law differ, whichever one offers greater protection will generally apply.)

A “service dog,” under California law, is a dog trained to help a specific individual with a disability with services such as fetching dropped items, minimal protection work, rescue work, or pulling a wheelchair. There are two important things to note about the California’s definition of service dogs. First, it is limited to dogs. Second, it is further limited to dogs that are trained to help individuals with their specific requirements. So, no animal other than a dog can qualify as a service animal, even if that animal is trained to assist a person with a disability. Furthermore, even a dog will not qualify as a service dog if it is not individually trained to help an individual with a disability (in a way that is related to his or her disability).