Dog-friendly Point Isabel Reopens

Point Isabel Reopens with Temporary Leash Restrictions

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Great news for dog parents! The East Bay Regional Park District reopened Point Isabel Regional Shoreline today, June 1, 2020, with special restrictions to keep dogs on leash. The popular Point Isabel was closed out of an abundance of caution to limit crowding and maintain social distancing.

The temporary district wide restriction to keep dogs on leash because of COVID-19 and social distancing requirements are now in effect. “We know this park has traditionally allowed off leash dogs who run and play along the shoreline,” said Park District General Manager Robert Doyle. 

“We understand people need parks for health, wellness, and stress relief, now more than ever,” said Doyle. “We are doing everything we can to keep parks open for the public during the COVID-19 crisis and need the public’s help.”

Restrooms and parking are currently accessible. Mudpuppy’s and Sit & Stay Cafe, the park’s concessionaire that provides dogs washes and coffee/food, will reopen on June 4.
 
Visit www.ebparks.org/coronavirus for up-to-date information about COVID-19 park and park area closures.

Posted on: June 1, 2020

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