Dogs are allowed off-leash on the beach as long as they under complete control of the owner.
Arcata: Manilla Dunes Recreation Area, 1611 Peninsula Dr., Arcata, CA 95521 Manila Dunes Recreation Area is the section of beach on the Samoa Peninsula that fronts the small community of Manila not far from Eureka and Arcata. Arcata: Ma-lel Dunes - South, Young Lane and Vera Linda Lane, Arcata, CA 95521 Managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Ma-lel Dunes on Samoa Peninsula is open to the public daily during daylight hours.
Gilbert: Cosmo Dog Park Cosmo Dog Park is the first dog park in the Greater Phoenix area to offer a lake where dogs can swim.
The dog beach features a dock from which dogs can jump into the water.
Dogs are not permitted on any of the park trails including Fern Canyon.
Klamath: Lagoon Creek Beach, Redwood Hwy, Klamath, CA 95548 Lagoon Creek Beach is at the south end of False Klamath Cove about five miles north of Klamath.
The River Island unit is one mile north of Buckskin Mountain State Park.
Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the north beach only (north of the boat ramp).
To get to the beach turn off Front Street onto Stamps Way (at H Street) and continue to the beach front area.
The park has a tent-only campground, a day-use picnic area, and access to a sandy beach backed by dunes and drift logs. Smith River: Smith River County Park, S Indian Rd and Mouth of Smith River Rd., Smith River, CA 95567 Smith River County Park Beach is located on the north bank of the Smith River just inside the river mouth. NORTHERN CALIFORNIA/HUMBOLDT COUNTY & SHASTA COUNTY Arcata: Mad River County Park OFF-LEASH DOG BEACH.
One of the Redwood Coast's best beaches for picnics, beachcombing and fishing, Mad River County Park is located 5 miles north of Arcata where Mad River approaches the ocean a couple miles south of the actual river mouth.
California State Parks: Dogs on State Beaches In general, dogs are permitted in most state parks but must be on a leash not exceeding six feet in length at all times.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA/DEL NORTE COUNTY Crescent City: Beachfront Park/City Harbor Beach Beachfront Park is a large open grass park between Front Street and Howe Drive.
Dogs on a leash are allowed on the beach, but are not permitted on Yurok Trail.