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Dog Areas in Banning

6 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
6 Groomers
Banning is a smaller town in the Los Angeles area, located in Riverside County in the San Gorgonio Pass, also known as the Banning Pass. Although the town has rapidly grown in the last few years, it is a great place to be if you are trying to escape the craziness of city life. There are two veterinarians in Banning, ensuring your dog stays healthy while in town.

Get a good walk in with your pup at Sylvan Park. The park has some pawsome amenities, like a playground, benches for owners, a baseball diamond, and a picnic area. Take a walk along their paved path with your pup and enjoy a day out at the park together.

After a fun day a the park, stop into Starbucks for a refresher. They have an outdoor patio that welcomes your four legged friend to join you while you enjoy some caffeine and a sandwich, plus your furry pal can get his own puppiccino and get a treat himself.

If you both need a place to rest, check into the Hampton Inn and Suites Banning Beaumont, or the Days Inn Banning Casino Outlet Mall. They both welcome your dog to stay a night or two with you and get some much needed rest together.

Your pup will love seeing all the amazing amenities in Banning, and will love hanging out in this town with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Banning

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 189/sq mi

    #1 Banning-Idyllwild Panoramic Highway

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    Take your pup out on an awesome hike along the Black Mountain Trail. The trail is 6.6-miles in distance with a 2,470 elevation gain in an out and back route. You will hike throughout the San Bernardino National Forest which is known for their granite bouldes, large pines, and open vistas. While hiking, you can enjoy a stunning view of the national park, but the trail is known to be diffucult, so make sure you and your pup are well equipped for it. Don't forget to bring plenty of water along with you during the hike since there will be none available on the trail.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 288/sq mi

    #2 Morongo Reservation

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    The Kitching Peak Trail is a dogtastic trail to explore if your pup is itching to go outside. The trail is 8.1-miles in distance with a 2,824 foot elevation gain in an out and back route. You will travel through the San Bernardino National Forest on this hike and get amazing views of the mountains, dropoffs, and the desert. Locals warn that sometimes the trail closes unexpectedly, so call the Rangers ahead just in case. The trail will not provide a lot of shade, so bring water along with you since none is available on the trail.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #3 Fashion Way

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    Take your pup out to Lions Park for a fun day out in the sun with you. The park features great amenities like a playground, swing set, baseball diamond, grass for fetch, and plenty of shade. There are picnic tables where you and your pup can sit down for a meal, and also a great paved walking path you can use for a walk together. The Banning Stagecoach KOA is a great place to hang out with your pup. It features a dog park where your pup can run around off leash and meet some new friends. The KOA also offers free WIFI and has a few sports courts and a playground.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 288/sq mi

    #4 Sundance West

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    If your pup needs to stretch his legs, head over to the Richard Sanchez Park for a pawsome day out. The park has some great amenities for you and your dog, including a playground, picnic area, and basketball courts. There is a huge open grass area where Fido can get a game of fetch in, or take advantage of the paved walking path throughout the park and get a good walk while you are visiting. Make sure to bring plenty of water along with you since the park doesn't have a ton of shade, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,195/sq mi

    #5 Sundance East

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    Take Fido out to the Noble Dog Park for some off-leash fun and socializing. The park has some dogtastic amenities for your pooch, including separate areas for large and small dogs, picnic tables, and a waste station area. The park is located in Noble Creek Park, so if your pup doesn't want to socialize, you can still hang out at the park together and get a good walk in. Noble Creek Park has plenty of grass for fetch, plus baseball diamonds and benches for owners. Located in Beaumont, and only five miles out of Banning, your dog will love visiting this park with you.
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