City Parks and Fields
The Parks and Recreation Department has a variety of parks and fields for an abundance of recreational uses. These parks provide excellent locations for recreation and community enjoyment.
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The City of San Luis Obispo Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing recreational opportunities to all ability levels. We welcome people with disabilities into our recreation programs through specialized programs and inclusion opportunities. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination of for individuals with disabilities, if you need specialized assistance to participate in any City sponsored classes, events or activities, please contact the front desk staff (805-781-7300 & email@example.com). In order to best accommodate your individual needs, we ask that you let us know of any accommodations needed at the time of registration and or at least 48 hours in advance of any City sponsored program. For further information on accommodation requests contact the front desk staff (805-781-7300 & firstname.lastname@example.org). 711 California Relay Service (which is also capable of handling TTY calls) is also available. The 711 service is available for those calling from within California.
Reservations and Permits
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- Special Event Permits
- Street Banner Permits
- Film Permits
Other City Facilities
Laguna Lake Park - Dog Off-Leash ParkAmenities:
- Barbecue Area
- Disc Golf Course
- Fitness Area
- Pedestrian Trails
- Picnic Tables
- Volleyball Court
Surrounding Laguna Lake, a migratory stop and home to a variety of waterfowl, this park features several unique recreation areas and opportunities. Fishing permitted with a valid California fishing license.
Dogs are allowed Off-Leash in this park.