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Dog Areas in Bellflower

Bellflower, California offers gorgeous weather year-round and plenty of places where you and your pup can enjoy the sunshine. Within Bellflower’s compact 6.17 square miles, you’ll find many great parks and restaurants where you can bring your dogs. Plus, if your dog needs a check-up, you can head to one of the three veterinarian offices in Bellflower.

One of Bellflower’s largest parks is Ruth R. Caruthers Park. This park is home to an off-leash dog park, and it has baseball and softball fields, a picnic area, a two-mile fitness trail, and playgrounds. Your pup will wag their tail with excitement when they see everything this park has to offer.

If you want to take your pup on a nice walk, head over to El Dorado Nature Center in Long Beach, which is just about seven miles from Bellflower. While you’re here, you can take a leisurely stroll on the park’s two miles of trails. These trails will take you around gorgeous lakes and wooded areas.

For amazing aerial views of Bellflower and its surrounding area, check out the Hellman Wilderness Park in Whittier. This park is about twelve miles from Bellflower, and it has a 4.3-mile dog-friendly loop trail that takes you through the Hacienda Hills. With so many great parks in and around Bellflower, you and your pup will always be able to find fun things to do!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellflower

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    Population Density 10,053/sq mi

    #1 Rendalia

    Just north of the Rendalia neighborhood is Bellflower’s only dog park, Flora Vista Dog Park. The city opened this park in 2015, and since then, it has attracted a steady flow of dog owners who are looking for a place where their pups can run and play. Flora Vista has separate small and large dog areas, making this park perfect for dogs of all sizes. It also has adorable bone-shaped planters. These planters double as sitting areas where you can relax while your pup runs around with their new friends. Your pup will love playing in this pawesome park!
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    Population Density 16,722/sq mi

    #2 Laurel St

    If you’re looking for somewhere to eat with your pup, you’ll want to head straight for Laurel Street, where you’ll find Johnny Rebs’, a Southern BBQ restaurant with a dog-friendly patio. They offer a wide variety of hearty Southern dishes, including fried catfish, Cajun sausages, chicken and waffles, and heaping plates of BBQ ribs. If your pup has been a good boy that day, you can order them some plain sausages! If you’d rather go for a juicy burger, check out Fronk’s, which is just a few minutes south along Bellflower Blvd. Bring your pup to their dog-friendly patio, and enjoy a hearty handcrafted burger, classic fish-n-chips, or some of the best mac-n-cheese in SoCal.
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    Population Density 11,189/sq mi

    #3 East Lakewood

    Lakewood borders Bellflower to the south, and this furrific city is home to a great dog park! The two-acre Home Run Dog Park is located in the northern edge of Rynerson Park. It’s open seven days a week from dawn until dusk, and it has separate fenced areas for big and little dogs. After your pup is finished running around, put them back on their leash and take them for a walk through Rynerson Park’s lovely wildflower meadows. If you’re hungry afterwards, head to the park’s picnic shelters and use one of their charcoal barbeques to cook a delicious meal.
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    Population Density 4,764/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Huntington Beach

    If your dog loves splashing in the water, bring them over to the North Downtown neighborhood in Huntington Beach. This neighborhood is just a 20-mile drive from Bellflower, and it’s home to the Huntington Beach Dog Park. At this fun beach, your dog can run around on the sand and play in the surf. Admission to this beach is free, and it’s open year-round. If you and your dog are hungry after your beach adventures, take a short walk over to the Sit Stay Café. This cute café has dog biscuits available for their furry customers. For humans, they offer a wide variety of sandwiches and flavored coffee drinks.
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    Population Density 9,456/sq mi

    #5 Hollywood Hills

    This neighborhood in LA is famous for its dog-friendly Runyon Canyon Park. This park is located about thirty miles from Bellflower, and it contains 160 acres of stunning, hilly paths. It also has a huge, 90-acre off-leash dog park with many of its own hiking trails. Your dog will love getting to run up the park’s trails, and they’ll also enjoy getting to make many new dog friends. If you want a snack after all that hiking, head to Alcove Café and Bakery. Here, you can enjoy a dog-friendly patio and garden and an eclectic menu filled with everything from mini crab cakes to carnitas tacos.
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