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Dog Areas in Bell Gardens

5 Parks
1 Trail
9 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Bell Gardens is a suburban city of Los Angeles County that rests on the corner of the convergence of the Rio Hondo and the Los Angeles River. The small city has only been a city since the 1960s, although the oldest home in the area was built in 1818. Although the area has changed quite a bit since then, what hasn't changed is the love and care the city shows for its four-legged residents.

The Bell Gardens John Anson Ford Park is the largest park in the city,  located right on the northern side of the Rio Hondo. The park has something for every person and leashed pup, including multiple fenced-in soccer fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, a pond for fishing, a paved path that winds through the park over 1.7 miles, pavilions and gazebos, lots of shady trees, and open space. Fido will go wild at the park and won't know what to do first.

In the northern part of the city is another dog-friendly park known as the Bell Gardens Veterans Park. This green space also has a lot of open areas, spiraling walkways, lots of trees for shade, picnic areas and benches, and an enclosed baseball diamond that allows dogs when no teams are playing. Additional amenities available for humans and leashed pups include water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, and trash bins.

Bell Gardens also has one dedicated animal hospital, and more plans to expand the public parks that already exist to create an even more dog-friendly area for Fido to enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bell Gardens

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    Population Density 18,333/sq mi

    #1 East Bell Gardens

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    The East Bell Gardens neighborhood is mostly made of packed rows of residential homes and busy streets. Despite this, Hannon Park is still a great place to go when you want to walk Fido. The corner park has a path that wraps around the area, with open grassy spaces, a playground, basketball court, water fountains, swingsets, lots of benches, and picnic tables. Dogs are welcome at the park while they remain on a leash. Also in the neighborhood is an entrance to the Rio Hondo Bike Path. Although bike is in the name, the trail is multi-use and available for dog-walkers to travel along the 15.17-mile pathway.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 21,065/sq mi

    #2 West Bell Gardens

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    The west side of Bell Gardens has plenty of residential houses, but is also home to lots of businesses and shopping districts for the area. There are two dog-friendly parks in the community, the first one known as Marlow Park. The square park has a paved path that surrounds the area, with open space, towering trees that offer plenty of shade, a playground, and basketball court. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside the park, but get access to water fountains, clean-up bags, benches, and picnic tables. The other park is Darwell Park and also provides green space for Fido to run around and play in, with additional amenities like a playground, pavilion, water fountains, benches, and a paved walkway.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,610/sq mi

    #3 North Commerce

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    Nearby Commerce is a larger city than Bell Gardens, and has a popular neighborhood for dog walkers known as North Commerce. the community is 5 miles from Bell Gardens and has two dog-friendly parks, one of them known as Bristow Park. This park is a community place with a large area. Most of the park is scattered with tall trees, providing the area with a lot of shade and privacy, with other features like two baseball fields, a basketball court, playground, paved walkways, picnic areas, water fountains, and benches. The second park is Bandini Park, which is much smaller, but still offers a generous amount of open space for Fido to run around and play in. Both parks require dogs to be on a leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,077/sq mi

    #4 Little Lake

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    Little Lake is on the south-east side of Downey, just 5.3 miles from Bell Gardens. The travel is worth it, thanks to the dog-friendly park known as Wilderness Park. The park is a compact, but social space, with two large duck ponds for fishing, and winding paved walkways that extend over .8 miles. There are open spaces and shaded sitting areas that provide the best place for Fido to run around and burn off some energy. Additional features include water fountains, clean-up stations, and trash bins. the neighborhood also connects to the San Gabriel River Mid Trail, a 38-mile trail made from asphalt and concrete, used for hiking and biking. The trail is dog-friendly, but remember to leash Fido up and bring some water before heading out on it!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,303/sq mi

    #5 Rio San Gabriel

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    The Rio San Gabriel neighborhood is 4 miles southeast of Bell Gardens in the small city of Downey. The number one place to head to in Downey is the Rio San Gabriel Park, named after the community. The park is large, with a huge open area, two baseball fields, a basketball court, a playground, picnic tables, benches, and water fountains. The real gem of this park for dog walkers is the Dog Park Downey, a fenced-in area for dogs to run around safely off-leash. The area is a 200-foot by a 200-foot fenced dog run with grassy and sandy terrain and a separate section for small dogs. Each section has a double-gated entrance, water fountains, clean-up stations, and sitting areas.
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