Beaumont is a moderately populated city in California's scenic Riverside County that sits in the shadow of San Gorgonio Mountain. You might recognize Beaumont, even if you've never visited before -- many scenes from the hit TV show My Name is Earl were filmed here.
If you decide you want to visit beautiful Beaumont and explore everything this scenic city has to offer, you won't have to worry about finding fur-friendly accommodation. Rodeway Inn Beaumont, Motel 6 Beaumont, and America's Best Value Inn Beaumont all welcome canine guests. Looking for something a little more rugged? Book a campsite at Country Hills RV Park.
Hungry? You'll find a couple of chain restaurants and coffee shops here where your pup is welcome to dine with you in the outdoor seating areas. For a sweet treat, leash up and head down to Frugos Frozen Yogurt.
You don't need to worry about your dog's health while you're staying in Beaumont. This city is home to an animal hospital which will keep you pooch in tip-top shape. You can find more hospitals, clinics, and veterinary services just a short drive outside of Beaumont.
While you’re here, you should visit Noble Creek Park, where you'll find a specially designated area just for dogs! No matter what you're looking to do in Beaumont, one thing's for sure -- you and your pup will pawsitively love this coastal California city!
Even though there aren't many designated places in Beaumont where you can take your pup to run off-leash, you can find some in the surrounding areas. Hound Town Dog Park is located in Moonlight Rim neighborhood of Moreno Valley, around 13 miles away from Beaumont. The park is 3.5 acres and includes separated areas for small and large canines. There is a double-gated entry system that offers additional security for your dog. The ground is covered in grass and dirt, and there are plenty of benches for seating. Water bowls are provided in the park. Your mutt will love playing on the agility equipment with his new fur-iends!
Looking for another furrific dog park? Head over to Menifee Dog Park. This park is a little bit further away than the previous one, at 25 miles from Beaumont, but the drive is well worth it! This fenced, off-leash park is located in central Menifee and allows pooches to be themselves. The park is not that big, but has everything that you need for your pup to have a great time. There are two separate areas for small and large doggos, both of which include water fountains for thirsty pups. Waste baggies are also provided, so pick up after your pooch! Agility equipment, a picnic table, and a shaded area are just a few of the other amenities available at this park.
Northwest of Beaumont, around 22 miles away, is another pawesome park: Aurantia Dog Park. The park is located in the East Highlands neighborhood of Highland and is a fully fenced park where you can find designated areas for small dogs and large dogs. The park is very clean and well-maintained. There are water fountains in the park, so you don’t have to bother carrying water with you. There isn’t much shade in the park -- there are picnic tables with some shade for dog owners, but other than that, the park is in the sun. Waste baggies are provided too, so all you have to bring is plenty of energy to play!
Around 14 miles away from Beaumont, you'll find the Redlands Dog Park which is located in Plymouth Village, South Redlands. The park is divided into two areas: one for small pups and the other one for large doggos. There are a couple of trees in the park that provide a bit of shade. Water is provided in the park, as well as poop bags for cleaning up after your fur baby. There are benches in the park that are great for dog pawrents to sit and look over their beloved pets. The ground is covered in grass.
If you are looking for something more physically demanding than just letting your pup run around in a fenced area, you should visit the Terri Peak Trail. This trail is located in Moreno Valley’s Lake Perris State Recreation Area, around 17 miles away from Beaumont. The trail is about 3.5 miles long and is moderate to hard in difficulty due to its rugged terrain and narrow, steep hills. Dogs are welcome on the trail on-leash, as long as owners pick up after them. The trail is mostly in the sun -- there are no shaded areas, so don’t go in the hot weather. Bring plenty of water with you!