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Do you want to take your canine companion somewhere where you can both take in amazing sights? Garden of the Gods in Chatsworth, California, may just be that place! Located on Devonshire Street, Garden of the Gods is a beautiful park that has many different gardens. Some of these gardens have unique rock formations. Fido must be on his leash at all times and cleaned up after.

Perhaps you don’t want just to walk around. Maybe your dog wants to run? The Calabasas Bark Park on Las Virgenes Road in Calabasas, California, would be more your style, then! The Calabasas Bark Park is a small, completely fenced-in, off-leash dog park that has water fountains and a separate area just for children. Now you can take your tiny tots and your pooch for a day at the park in one convenient place!

If hiking is the name of your game, consider hiking the Stunt Road Trail to Calabasas Peak in Calabasas, California. This is a 3.6-mile hike to the 1,000-feet summit, and the views are stunning. The San Fernando Valley and the Santa Monica Mountains are absolutely picturesque, so be sure to bring your camera! Dogs are more than welcome to hike with their owners, either on-leash or off-leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canoga Park

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    Population Density 5,726/sq mi

    #1 North Canoga


    Mostly home to residential buildings and primary schools, North Canoga is also home to one of the city’s only dog parks, Parthenia Park. This small park is fenced in. It has a playground for children, picnic tables and grills for BBQing. Most dog owners take their dogs to this park early in the morning to avoid the rush of families. Although there are not a lot of dog friendly activities within the park, you can relax in the grass with your dog before the influx of children. Just make sure you take a leash just in case you see any more people in the park.

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    #2 Northwest Canoga


    The Lanark Recreation Area is situated within apartment buildings, so it seems to always be alive. The park is not a dog park, but it is extremely dog friendly. It has many empty fields and trails that you and your dog can walk on to get some exercise. If you are very active you can also play some baseball or soccer on one of the park’s many sports fields. This is the perfect park to take your friends and your dog to for a fun day in the sun playing games on the fields and eating in the picnic areas.

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    Population Density 2,453/sq mi

    #3 Encino


    If you drive a mere twenty minutes from Canoga Park, you will come across the city of Encino, home to Sepulveda Basin Dog Park. This dog park is special for a number of reasons. First of all, it has an abundance of large open spaces. They are fenced in but you would not know it because of the large size of the lots. Secondly, it is always bustling with pets and their owners so you and your dog are bound to make some new friends. Lastly, the park not only caters to dogs but also makes sure owners are comfortable by providing plenty of seating.

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    Population Density 3,569/sq mi

    #4 Woodland Hills


    Located only 3.7 miles from Canoga is the beautiful city of Woodland Hills, California. This city is not only home to colleges and shopping centers, but it houses one of the best parks in the area, Serrania Park. Although it is not specifically a dog park, you will see many dog owners with their dogs in the park. You will have to take a leash with you to ensure your dog does not enter the children’s play area. In the long run, this is a small price to pay to play in the beautiful park. It has many stretches of grassy land, trails and trees that will keep you and your puppy occupied for hours.

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    Population Density 3,259/sq mi

    #5 West Hills


    West Hills, California is just an eight minute drive from Canoga Park. It’s home to the beautiful Shadow Ranch Park, which you mutts check out. Although it isn’t a designated dog park, it’s extremely dog-friendly. You are bound to run into many other dog owners at all hours of the day. The park has many playgrounds, sports fields and large grassy areas. Dog owners are known to go to the park early in the morning so they can leave their leashes at home. If you go to the park during peak time, just make sure you take a leash!

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