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Serra Mesa is a mostly residential neighborhood with some commercial activity, located 15 minutes northeast of downtown San Diego, California. Local businesses are centrally located at the intersection of Greyling Drive and Sandrock Road. There is a large chain pet store on the northeast side of the district in the commercial area along the freeway. 

Dog-friendly restaurants in the area that will allow your dog to join you in their outdoor seating areas include Bear Buns Bakery and Maggie's Cafe. There is another large commercial area with more shops, services, and dog-friendly eateries in Mission City to the south. 

Winters are mild in San Diego, so cold weather won't keep you and your pup indoors. Summers can experience very hot temperatures and you may need to adjust your schedule to avoid the heat. Overcast, wet, and foggy days are more common in spring, but usually clear up later in the day. Dog walkers in Serra Mesa enjoy mostly warm temperatures and sunny, clear days in beautiful San Diego.

Terrain in Serra Mesa
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Serra Mesa is bordered by Interstate 805 on its west side, Interstate 15 on the east, the SDCCU stadium on the south side, and Aero Drive on the north. The freeways can only be crossed on foot when walking your dog on main thoroughfares with sidewalks present. The stadium and commercial areas on the south side, the freeways, and some main thoroughfares in Serra Mesa are not pet and pedestrian-friendly places.  

Residential dwellings in the area consist of some apartment buildings, a military housing complex, and many single-family detached homes on landscaped properties. Drought tolerant landscaping is a more frequent sight in the area and traditional shade trees are not as common. 

Canyons and hills provide rough natural terrain. There are trails in the natural areas so pedestrians can still walk, but the rough terrain may create an impediment. The residential and commercial areas, however, are level with no steep hills to navigate.

Greenways in Serra Mesa
Neighborhoods in San Diego have an average of:
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Natural wilderness areas, canyons, and hills in Serra Mesa have hiking trails through them for dog walkers and their pups to enjoy. The Sandrock Canyon Trail and the Ruffin Canyon Trail are located in the area and provide accessible areas which are not too strenuous.

The Civita Neighborhood Dog Park and Kearny Mesa Dog Park are located to the west just across the 805. Main streets with pedestrian sidewalks allow you and your dog to cross the freeway on foot or you can drive the short distance with your pup to enjoy some off-leash fun. Lucy's Dog Park is located on the north side of Serra Mesa on Aero Drive, but is not enclosed, and your dog will need good off-leash recall to enjoy the park.

Other community greenways in Serra Mesa include Cabrillo Heights Park, Murray Ridge Park, and the Serra Mesa Community Center. These parks have recreational facilities, paved walking paths, and allow dogs on leash.

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