How to be a Good Dog in a National Park*Cancelled*
Being a good dog is all your furry companion wants to do. They can even do it here in Point Reyes National Seashore. There are a few rules though on how to do that correctly. The Point Reyes National Seashore Association wants to give you and your best friend a day in the park learning about the rules about what they can and can’t do in a National Park, and why. There will be doggy friendly activities, treats, and talks for all your good boys and girls. Come learn about how to get the most out of your local National Seashore and how you can do it with your best friend. This is a free event, but has limited space. So sign up and mark your calendars!
We will meet at the Point Reyes National Seashore Association Headquaters, which is located just past the Bear Valley Visitor Center up a small paved road on the right. (the pin on the map is wrong, drive just a bit further.)
- Registration is first-come, first served online
- All dogs must be up to date on vaccines
- No more than two dogs per owner
- All dogs must be on leash
- Children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian
-This is a zero-waste event
- Please try to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the event.
- In order to keep these events free or low-cost, a $10 donation is generally suggested and very appreciated.
What to Bring:
Warm variable weather clothing
Bagged lunch or snacks
Large water bottle
Watch or other time tracking device
Good Attitude (Not Optional)
Your dog and their leash
10:30 am - Welcome
10:45 am - Introductions
11:00 am - Doggy Daycare
12:00 pm - Lunch Breack
12:45 pm - walk with dogs
1:00 pm - Wrap up
Get to the Point:
Point Reyes National Seashore Association is proud to host Get to the Point, a series of free and low-cost events for young adults and families interested in exploring the National Seashore in a new way. Every program is designed to be both educational and entertaining for adults and children. You can register for events on our website at ptreyes.org. For any questions about current or future events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 415-663-1200, ext. 307.
In order to keep these events free or low-cost, a $10 donation is suggested and greatly appreciated.