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If you have ever been to southern California, you know how picturesque the entire region is. Bell, CA is certainly no exception! This city is located nearly twenty miles from the center of Los Angeles County. Like most cities in Cali, the weather here is warm, sunny and gorgeous almost every day of the year. 

Not only is Bell just a short car ride away from Los Angeles, but it's also only an hour away from Manhattan Beach. Because of its small size, Bell is actually an incorporated city, which essentially gives it more autonomy than an unincorporated city. 

This beautiful, quiet town near the ocean has plenty to offer you and your pup. If you like to exercise with your pooch by your side, strap on your phone arm band and go for a run on the beautiful flower-lined sidewalks in Bell. If you're more a city slicker, head to one of the many large muttropolitan areas around Bell, which are full of restaurants and dog-friendly parks. 

Nature more your speed? Although Bell does not have any nature preserves or trails within its city limits, it is close to many of SoCal's nature attractions. A short drive can take you to the ocean, mountains, desert or even forest. Just be sure to take a camera to snap some adorable photos of your pooch!

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    Population Density 13,545/sq mi

    #1 Walker Ave

    Unfortunately, because Bell is so small in size, it is not a city full of dog parks. One place you can take your pup in Bell is Veteran's Memorial Park on Walker Avenue. This park is not a dog park, but it has plenty of amenities and fun attractions. The park has plenty of sports fields, cooking pits and even wi-fi! Furrrthermore, Veteran's Memorial is often visited by locals throughout the week, so there is a high likelihood of you and your pooch making friends. Just make sure you keep your dog leashed at all times and take some doggie poop bags. 
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    Population Density 7,544/sq mi

    #2 Hollywood Hills

    Located approximately seventeen miles from Bell is the beautiful and world famous neighborhood of Hollywood Hills. This neighborhood not only has a dog park, but it is home to three scenic SoCal destinations you and your dog will love. First, head to Runyon Canyon Park.This vast stretch of land has varying terrain and even has an off-leash dog park. Then, visit Wattles Garden Park. This beautiful park is well landscaped and full of beautiful flowers and trees. Last, if you really want to work out, make sure you check out Trebek Open Space. These sprawling sixty-two acres are meant to be walked by you and your pooch.
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    Population Density 7,602/sq mi

    #3 Hollydale


    If you live in Bell, you are pretty lucky -- located just south of your beautiful city is the neighborhood of Hollydale. Hollydale is home to Hollydale Recreational Park. Often referred to as a hidden gem, this gigantic park has something for everyone. It is perfect if you want to spend a relaxing day in the sun with your pup, or if you want to watch your little ones play football while you relax in the grass. The park also has a small dog park where your pooch can run and play without a leash. Just make sure you take your own doggie poop bags!

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    Population Density 20,671/sq mi

    #4 Florence Ave

    Just a 7-minute drive from Bell is the wonderful neighborhood of Florence Ave. Although you will not find any dog parks here, this neighborhood is home to Huntington Park Skate Park. This park has plenty of open space to run and play, which makes it a local favorite among pet owners who like to work out with their pooches by their side. There are plenty of sports fields here, so feel free to bring the whole family! The park also has a specialized kiddie area where kids get to splash and play in water. However, be warned that this is not an off-leash dog park, so you will have to keep your pup leashed at all times.
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    Population Density 333/sq mi

    #5 Whittier College

    If you really love your pooch and want to show it, you will set aside a Saturday morning and drive forty minutes to the neighborhood of Whittier College. This neighborhood houses one of the largest natural hiking destinations in the region, Arroyo Pescadero Trail. Don't get frightened from the vastness of the park -- you will find plenty of families with children and pups in the park. There are plenty of varying levels of difficulty among the trails so you can choose a trail you and your pup will enjoy. Just be sure to take a leash to avoid getting a ticket from park rangers!
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