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Northwest Anaheim is a largely residential district in Anaheim, California. Residents that enjoy walking this neighborhood’s quiet residential streets will experience sunny and dry weather on most days, at any time of year. This region of California receives little rainfall and plenty of hot, sunny days. Pedestrians will want to plan routes with shady spots and take water along when walking their dogs to avoid dehydration and overheating. Some pet owners even use doggie boots to protect their pups from hot pavement. Jackets and umbrellas are not a common sight and are rarely required. 


Although most of the region is residential, there are businesses such as restaurants, fast food outlets, grocers, convenience stores, and other services along main thoroughfares such as Brookhurst Street and Euclid Street, running through the area, or Lapalm Avenue on the northern and Lincoln Avenue on the southern borders. Most residences can reach local businesses on foot without having to leave the neighborhood.

Terrain in Northwest Anaheim
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The terrain in Northwest Anaheim is flat and does not involve any steep hikes for pedestrians walking their canine companions in the region. The level terrain makes the area accessible for dogs and people of various ability levels. The Santa Ana Freeway does run through the district and this area should be avoided by pedestrians or crossed at designated pedestrian crossways, often alongside main thoroughfares. Keep your dog leashed where noise and traffic are present so your pup does not become startled and step out onto a roadway. 


Most of the neighborhood is residential with single-family bungalow-style homes on spacious properties that are well set back from streets. Sidewalks in the area are separated from roads by grassy berms that provide a softer surface for doggy paws walking the neighborhood. Yards have plenty of landscaping with lawns and trees, fences, gates, and other landscaping features. Many homes feature drought-tolerant plants that are suited to the sunny, dry climate.

Greenways in Northwest Anaheim
4 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Anaheim have an average of:
4 Greenways
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La Palm Park is located in Northwest Anaheim and this 21-acre park has several athletic facilities and fields, a recreation center, and a picnic shelter. Most importantly for your furry friend, there is an enclosed off-leash dog park located here. The La Palm Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs and a drinking water supply for thirsty hounds.


Manzanita Park is also located in Northwest Anaheim and provides 75 acres of park and recreation area with a playground, sports facilities and fields, picnic areas, and restroom facilities. If you are walking through Northwest Anaheim, this is a great place to take a break and enjoy some green space. 


John Marshall Park, also located in the area, has 15 acres of recreational space with lawns and trees, picnic tables and shelters, paved pathways, washrooms, and sports facilities. This park provides another neighborhood spot to rest in the shade with your dog on a leash.

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