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Dog Areas in Angelus Oaks

10 Trails
Take Fido out to Angelus Oaks if you both love adventures, hiking and exploring. This mountain community is filled with hiking trails that you and your pup can journey together, ensuring that Angelus Oaks will be a go to destination for the two of you. Although there are no veterinarians in Angelus Oaks, nearby communities like Big Bear Lake and Green Valley Lake offer tons that your pup can visit.

Take a stroll through Jepson Peak with your furry pal by your side. This pawsome hike will take you through the mountains for a beautiful view. With a 16-mile span, you and your pup will be getting a good workout in. The peak offers a great waterfall that the two of you can visit.

The San Gorgonio Wilderness is a great area to explore with your pup that is filled with numerous trails waiting for your pup to explore. There are plenty of trees to keep you shaded over 58,969-acres, giving you a lot of ground to cover. There are lakes, meadows, and streams that Fido can play in, plus 100-miles of trails to get a good walk in on.

If you and your pup want to spend a night or two under the stars together, check into the Pineknot Campground or the Bluff Mesa Group Campground. Both of these outdoor campgrounds welcome your furry pal to join you for a good night's rest before continuing on your adventure.

Your pup will love hiking throughout Angelus Oaks with you and exploring all the great areas you can discover.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Angelus Oaks

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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #1 Boulder Bay

    The Castle Rock Trail is a simple 1.6-mile trail through the San Bernardino National Forest that is perfect for anyone who has a short time frame, but still looking to get a good hike in. The trail will take you past a small stream where your pup can stop and splash around in. Throughout the hike, you can enjoy beautiful scenery and see a ton of granite boulders. With a short elevation of 757-feet, this hike is perfect for beginners, and the route type is out and back makes it easy to journey along with your furry pal.
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    Population Density 5/sq mi

    #2 Wildhorse Spring

    If you and your pup are looking for a little longer of a hike, head out to the Sugarloaf Mountain Trail. With 7-miles of a beautiful hike through the San Bernardino National Forest, and a 3,228-foot elevation gain, you and your dog will be getting a good workout on this trail. With an array of diverse trees and plants, this beautiful outdoor area is sure to please the nature enthusiast  in your dog! The route for this trail is out and back, making it easy to follow for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #3 Seven Oaks

    The Shields Peak Trail is a lengthy 12.2-mile hike through the San Gorgonio wilderness and the San Bernardino Divide. The trail is difficult to hike along, so make sure you and your pup are well prepared and geared up for this hike. With a 4,107-foot elevation gain, you both will be feeling the burn on this one. You will pass a few creeks while you hike, but locals recommend to bring plenty of water when you are out on this trail with your furry pal. If you're looking for something a little less difficult, try out the Dry Creek Trail. With 11-miles of hiking and 2,217-foot elevation gain, your dog will love the great workout he will get on the loop route style hike.
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    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #4 Jenks Lake

    The Barton Flats Recreation Area is a lovely place to go explore with your furry pal by your side. Filled with activities like biking, canoeing, fishing, and horseback riding your dog will love hanging out in this great recreation area with you. There are numerous trails that you and Fido can hike around in this area that is surrounded byJenks Lake, so if Fido is in the mood to splash around, he can. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash and keep an eye on him since bears do frequent the area. Don't forget your clean-up bags when you visit.
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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #5 Ponderosa Vista

    If you and your pup are brand new to the hiking game, but still want to get out on the trails, why not try out the Ponderosa and Whispering Pines Nature Trail. This small trail is only 0.4-miles long with an elevation gain of 95-feet and a loop style route type, making it the perfect hike for first time hikers. The trail is lightly trafficked, giving you and Fido some privacy while you explore together, and offers plenty of shade from black oak and pine trees. Fido will love exploring this trail with you by his side.
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