Springville Park

Location: 801 Via Zamora (Camino Tierra Santa/Via Zamora) Map
Hours: 7 am to Dusk; closed Friday mornings until 10:00 am for lawn maintenance 
Amenities: Tennis Courts, Viewing Area, Dog Park. This park does not have a permanent restrooms, however portable restrooms are located near the tennis courts.

During the rainy season Springville Dog Park may be closed on short notice. Your understanding on this matter is greatly appreciated. 

A few friendly reminders: 
  • Please help us take care of this beautiful dog park by actively supervising your dog and properly disposing of dog waste in the blue trash cans.
  • Aluminum cans are provided with "divot repair" material.
  • If you see a hole or divot in the ground, please kindly use some of his fill to level the hole.
  • This will help keep our park free from holes and help keep our grass green.
  • Do not place dog waste into the aluminum cans.
  • The entrance area / bull pen is made for one dog and owner at a time.
  • Please be courteous of others and allow the owner and dog to exit the entrance area / bull pen before you and your dog enter.
  • If your dog shows aggressive behavior, remove it immediately! You are responsible for your dog's actions.
  • It is recommended that you keep a collar & leash with you at all times in the event you must secure and remove your dog.
  • Female dogs in heat or puppies under 5 months old are not permitted in the park.
  • Please keep your dog leashed when you are not within the fenced area.
  • It is not recommended that children under the age of 16 enter the fenced dog area.
  • Conserve our water! A doggie drinking fountain is provided for your convenience, only use what you need and don't allow the bowl to overflow.
  • Be prepared to show your dog's current license when asked by authority such as Animal Control, Park Ranger or Police Department.
  • Do not leave your dog in the fenced dog park without you.
  • Please do not expect someone else to watch your pet while you exit the area.
  • The park consists of a large fenced in area for dogs to roam freely and a smaller fenced in area that allows more shy dogs to feel comfortable and safe.

For donation opportunities please contact the
Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks.

Looking to buy the new 2016 AXXESS Book (begin to use it as early as October 1st, 2015)? Contact the Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks for more information. By donating to FCDP your money will be used to maintain and improve our three beautiful dog parks. Visit their website for upcoming fundraisers and to see how you can make a difference!

Dogtoberfest is Saturday October 3, 2015. Enjoy a friendly environment with dog friendly vendors, dog agility demonstrations, raffle prizes and more. Contact FCDP for more information.