Thanks to the efforts of former SLO-4-Pups President Valerie Levulette and El Chorro Regional Park head ranger Mark Wagner, The El Chorro off-leash dog park now has two new park signs on Highway 1 directing visitors traveling with their dogs, as well as dog-loving county residents, to the Dairy Creek Road entrance to El Chorro Regional Dog Park.
Thanks to the efforts of former SLO-4-Pups President Valerie Levulette and El Chorro Regional Park head ranger Mark Wagner, The El Chorro off-leash dog park now has two new park signs on Highway 1 directing visitors traveling with their dogs, as well as dog-loving county residents, to the Dairy Creek Road entrance to El Chorro Regional Dog Park.
Thanks to the efforts of former SLO-4-Pups President Valerie Levulette and El Chorro Regional Park head ranger Mark Wagner, The El Chorro off-leash dog park now has two new park signs on Highway 1 directing visitors traveling with their dogs, as well as dog-loving county residents, to the Dairy Creek Road entrance to El Chorro Regional Dog Park.

New signs for El Chorro Dog Park

January 08, 2015 04:44 AM

UPDATED January 08, 2015 04:55 AM

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