A large percent of RVers travel with their dogs or other pets.  The RV Park at Laguna Seca is a
wonderful location for those who count a dog as a
family member.

Dogs are welcome at all Monterey County Parks.  They offer short and longer trails that will be perfect for your dog’s individual needs.  Dogs must be on a leash and supervised at all times. Please be courteous and pick-up after your pets, as it helps keep the parks beautiful for everyone to enjoy.

Top Reasons Why the RV Park at Laguna Seca is Great for Dogs!

1. Lots of places to walk and explore including the adjacent Fort Ord Monument and nearby Jacks Peak and Toro Park.  (see more below)

2. Beautiful SPCA across the street!
Whether you need some special non-emergency medical attention for your pet,  if you are looking to adopt a new pet, or just in the mood to check it out, this SPCA is a wonderful place to visit.   (831) 373-2631

1002 Monterey-Salinas Highway (Right across the street from Laguna Seca RV Park)
Open every day of the year
Daily: 8:00am – 5:00pm to surrender animals

Adoption Center Hours
     Monday – Friday, 11:00 – 5:00
     Saturday – Sunday, 11:00 – 4:00

3. 24/7 emergency pet care 4 miles away 
If your pet has experienced a trauma, or needs immediate emergency veterinary care, go directly to "The Pet Specialists" 451 Canyon Del Rey Blvd in Del Rey Oaks. If you have any questions, please call 831.899.7387 (PETS). If possible, call while on your way so they can prepare.

Take a right onto Highway 68 as you exit Laguna Seca Recreation Area.   Follow four miles to Canyon Del Rey Blvd.  (218)  Take a right.   The building is in the shopping center immediately on the left.  

Here is a full story on The Pet Specialists that we wrote:

Ten situations that require emergency care:

5. Pet friendly beaches including "leash free" at Carmel Beach
One of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen is also the most dog friendly.
Dogs may run free and play in the waves without being on a leash.   They must be on leash, however, to and from where your car is parked.   The entire town of Carmel is dog friendly with many stores furnishing bowls of water near the door.  Dogs must be on a leash while walking in town.

Nearby parks and beachs:

Toro Park:
Toro County Park has much to offer the outdoor enthusiast. The park facilities include an equestrian staging area and riding trails, two softball fields, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, mountain biking, volleyball courts, and over 20 miles of hiking trials.  Dogs on leash.
Turn left onto Hwy 68 as you exit the RV Park at Laguna Seca.  You will see signs to Toro Park approximately five miles down the road on the right.

Carmel Beach:
Take a right onto Hwy 68 as you exit the RV Park at Laguna Seca.   Follow it 7 miles to Highway One.  Follow Hwy One to Ocean Avenue.  Take a right onto Ocean Avenue.  Follow through town and down the hill to the beach.

Jacks Peak:
Almost 8.5 miles of horseback riding and hiking trails wind through cathedral-like forests and to breathtaking ridge top vistas. The Skyline Self-Guided Nature Trail traverses the summit of Jacks Peak and features fossils from the Miocene epoch.  Dogs on leash.
Take a right onto Hwy 68 as you exit the RV Park at Laguna Seca.   Take a left on Olmstead Road (by the airport) then left on Jack's Peak Road.   Veer right onto Jacks Peak Park Road.

Fort Ord National Monument:
This area that was set aside in 2012 contains more than 86 miles of trails.  You can hike, bike or ride your horse through rolling hills.  Dogs are allowed on leash.

Trail map:

Carmel River Beach:
Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash.

Point Lobos State Reserve:
Dogs are not allowed in the Reserve, even if they are in a vehicle.

Seaside State Beach:
Dogs are not allowed at Seaside Beach as it is considered an endangered species area, but they are allowed south of the hotel which is also part of Monterey State Beach.

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