Information on:

Coronado Park

301 McKnight Avenue NorthWest

Dog Park Rules:

 - Park users and dog owners assume all risk related to dog park use.

 - Parks Hours - 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. unless otherwise stated.

 - Dog handlers must have a leash in their possession at all times.

 - Dogs must be kept on a leash until inside the double-gated entry. Enter the first gate with the leash on and remove it prior to entering the second gate. Do the reverse when leaving.

 - Dogs must be under voice control and in sight of handlers at all times.

 - Any dog exhibiting aggressive behavior must be leashed and removed immediately.

 - Owners must clean up and properly dispose of waste left by their dog(s).

 - Puppies using the park must be older than six months.

 - Limit of three dogs per person per visit.

 - Owners must cover any holes their dogs dig.

 - Un-neutered male dogs and female dogs in heat shall not be permitted in the off-leash dog exercise area.

 - Children younger than 12 are not allowed inside the off-leash dog exercise area unless accompanied by an adult. Parents must refrain from bringing toddlers and small children to the dog park and at no time be allowed to run with, or chase after dogs in the park.

 - No food or drinks allowed within the fenced area.

 - Each owner or handler is legally and financially responsible for the actions of their dog in the off-leash exercise area.


Matthew Anderson

Monday, July 2, 2018
This is a really good park during certain parts of the day. Coronado park is split in two. Half of it is the dog park and the other half has a skate park with a large open space. It becomes overrun with homeless people during certain parts of the day and the summer is the worst. Most of the time the homeless stay in the other side of the park but sometimes they come over to the dog park to get water. Occasionally they ask for money. There have been a few times when they have become violent. I still think it's the best park around.

Mystery Jordan

Saturday, May 26, 2018
Great fenced dog area with water stations, poop bags and double door enclosure to make sure the pets are least going in and out!


Thursday, May 3, 2018
This park is where christians like to break the law by having church outreaches on government property which is illegal and they don't mind doing it. Damn straight they don't want the homeless mess at their god loving church. So is the separation between church and government or warm fuzzy church goers and homeless people?

Jamie Douglas

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Nice size park, quiet, lots of room to run and great equipment. Weird to get to unless you know your way thru the neighborhood, but worth a stop with the kiddos.

D Biddle

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Drugs, violence, prostitution, bums & winos. Although it is a great place to feed the needy or be the needy.

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