Rynerson Park

Rynerson Park, which opened in 1990, has 40 acres of open space and includes a bike trail head, walking trails, a picnic shelter, and baseball diamonds.

On the opposite side of the San Gabriel River from Del Amo Boulevard, on the eastern bank of the river, you’ll find the entry to the park on Studebaker Road. This is just a short distance south of Del Amo Boulevard.

Rynerson Park was once known as River Park, but it was renamed in honor of Jacqueline Rynerson, a former mayor of Lakewood who played a vital part in the park’s acquisition and construction. The new name, Rynerson Park, honors Jacqueline Rynerson.

The pledges made by the city to make Lakewood a Sportstown USA city are demonstrated by the city’s provision of a wide variety of open space, outdoor fitness equipment, and cooperative Little League use.

Homerun Dog Park

The facility that encompasses two acres may be found close to the most northern point of Ryerson Park, at the intersection of Studebaker Road and Del Amo Boulevard. The park, which is known as “Home Run Dog Park,” got its name from the neighboring baseball diamonds that are utilized by the Little League. The park is designed to accommodate dogs of varying sizes by providing separate enclosures that are enclosed in.

The Home Run Dog Park in Lakewood is open all seven days of the week during the seasonal hours it is open. Because of the maintenance staff, the park must be closed every Monday morning from seven in the morning to ten in the morning.

To enter the park, it is necessary for owners of dogs to bring along their current licenses for inspection. For further information, please contact the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA) at the following number: 562-803-3301 or visit their website at www.seca.org.

When entering the park from the adjacent parking lot or street, all dogs are required to have a leash linked to their collars at all times. This rule is enforced at all times.

It is essential that you familiarize yourself with all of the regulations that have been posted at the dog park. In addition, if you follow the link that we have provided below, you will be able to access the park’s rules. It is important to keep in mind that in order for your visit to the Home Run Dog Park to be a happy one, your dog will need to satisfy all of the conditions that are listed below:

  • Licensed with current tags
  • Over 6 months old
  • Spayed or Neutered

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