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Dog Areas in Bloomington, CA

2 Parks
2 Eateries

Bloomington is a census-designated place in California that is flanked by the cities of Fontana and Rialto. There is one animal hospital in Bloomington providing the best possible care for the area's canine visitors and residents.

Although Bloomington doesn't have a dog park, Fido can still get his daily exercise at Kessler Park. Go for a leashed stroll on the walking paths and grassy areas, then duck under the picnic shelters if you need a break. Featuring a multipurpose layout, Kessler Park also has a playground, a skate park, baseball fields, and an equestrian area.

Looking for a place to eat with your pup? Farmer Boys is a farm-to-table restaurant that specializes in American cuisine. Fido is welcome to join you as you dig into a burger or salad at one of their outdoor tables. Note that there is no table service, but a drive-thru window is available if you don't want to leave your pooch outside when you go in to order.

If you feel like having Mexican fare, head to Goyo's Tacos. This eatery has a gated and shaded patio, so you don't have to worry about the sun or Fido wandering off.

Visit Bloomington for a fun time with your doggo!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bloomington, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,536/sq mi

    #1 Riverside


    The Rialto City Park in the neighboring city of Rialto is a pawtastic place for the entire family. Of course, that includes canine members. This 20-acre park houses multiple athletic fields, horseshoe pits, a playground, several picnic areas, and an outdoor gym. For Fido, the best facilities would be the paved walkways and the open turf areas, where he can get his walkies and sniff the grass. After hanging out at the Rialto City Park, cross the street and walk a few minutes to Starbucks, where you can have a quick bite and drink while Fido enjoys a Puppucino at one of the outdoor tables.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,126/sq mi

    #2 West Merrill


    If you and Fido are passing through nearby Rialto, don't miss the Andreson Dog Park, the city's first official off-leash pooch park. The Andreson Dog Park has separate areas for large and small dogs, agility obstacles, water fountains, and benches for the dog parents. But don't sit down just yet—see if you can get your pup to cross the dog walk and hop through the tires in the agility course. Pet waste bags are also provided in case you forgot to bring your own. Let Fido make new friends and burn off excess energy at the Andreson Dog Park!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,356/sq mi

    #3 Windcrest Dr


    Outdoorsy people and pooches will have a barking good time at the Martin Tudor Jurupa Hills Regional Park in the nearby city of Fontana. If you and Fido are up for a good workout, hit the trails and go for a hike up the hills. Some parts can get steep, so wear appropriate shoes, but hikers say the view at the top is worth the climb. Don't forget to bring enough water for you and your furry buddy! If you prefer a more laid-back activity, head to the adjacent Mary Vagle Nature Center and go for a leashed stroll around the pond.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 15,170/sq mi

    #4 Village Park


    Village Park in neighboring Fontana is a nice spot to go for leashed walk with Fido. With ball fields used by the Southridge Little League and a kids' playground, this park is frequented by local children and their parents. It also houses barbecue areas and picnic tables and shelters, making it a good place to have a picnic with your pup. The snack bar is only open during game season, so it's best to bring your own food and Fido's favorite treats. Since Village Park can get busy in the evenings, stop by earlier in the day to avoid the crowds.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 27,943/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Fontana (Downtown)


    Seville Park & Amphitheater in nearby Fontana is only about a 15-minute drive from Bloomington. This park has picnic shelters and tables to eat a packed lunch at, as well as grassy areas for Fido to sniff. From here, you and your best friend can access the Pacific Electric Trail, a 20-mile paved trail that follows the route of the old Pacific Eletric Railway. Accessible all year round, it stretches through the communities of Montclair, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, and Rialto. The Pacific Electric Trail is suitable for walking, jogging, or running with your dog, with pet waste stations scattered throughout. Enjoy the trail, and remember to keep him leashed at all times!

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