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Dog Areas in Carson

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Carson, California is in one of the most pupular spots in the United States. Only minutes from both Los Angeles and Long Beach, Carson offers plenty of things for you and your pup to enjoy together. You’ll find two veterinary clinics in Carson and several others within a short driving distance. Carson has a couple of paw-friendly restaurants and hotels, but to get to the super fun stuff, you'll have to hop in the car and drive a little.

Head about 12 miles north to Los Angeles’ downtown area, featuring tons of dog parks and dog-friendly public areas. The Arts District Dog Park gives you and your pup the perfect mix of fun and culture, set right within the confines of one of the most artsy places in the country. Or, visit Pershing Square, a public park with sculptures, open space, and even some water features to splash around in.

Heading south? Go to Long Beach, which also has its share of fun, outdoor spots for dogs and is just around ten miles from Carson. Wrigley Heights Dog Park gives pooches some space to run and play, while keeping them cool under shady trees. If you have a water-loving dog, she’s sure to love Rosie’s Dog Beach, an area of the beach dedicated to furry paws!

Carson’s surrounding areas make the city a furtastic spot for dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Carson

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    Population Density 7,389/sq mi

    #1 East Village


    The East Village area of the pupular Long Beach, California, is only about ten miles from Carson and has some pawsome opportunities for you and your dog to have some fun in the sun. K-9 Corner Dog Park is a favorite dog run in the area – and it even has environmentally-friendly features, like solar-powered lighting! Downtown Dog Park is another option in East Village, featuring a small, off-leash space for dogs to socialize in the heart of the beach city. Want some stylish portraits of your favorite four-legged friend? Paw Print Foto will come to you! The mobile pet photographer will take some beautiful prints to treasure. 

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    Population Density 3,560/sq mi

    #2 North Redondo


    North Redondo in Redondo Beach is about 8.5 miles west of Carson. This neighborhood is where you’ll find the Redondo Beach Dog Park, which has three acres of space for your dog to run and play unleashed! And, with weekly maintenance, you’ll know you have a safe spot for your pooch to enjoy. You can also sit down for a meal at a few restaurants in North Redondo that welcome furry friends, like Giuliano’s, an Italian deli with yummy sub sandwiches, salads, and more. Eat outside at one of the paw-friendly tables for a quick lunch with your favorite pup!

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    Population Density 9,818/sq mi

    #3 Beach Drive


    About 9.5 miles from Carson is the Beach Drive area of Redondo Beach. Beach Drive stretches along the coast of Redondo Beach, giving you and your pooch some beautiful views of the sandy beaches and water. Although most beaches don’t allow dogs, there are some bike and walking paths that run along the beach in this area where leashed pups are allowed. You can also head to one of several pup-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating. Jus’ Poke is one of them, serving Hawaiian-inspired poke in a variety of styles and flavors. Or, try Ruby’s Diner for a casual meal with your dog.

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    Population Density 3,987/sq mi

    #4 Central Hermosa Beach Sand


    Head just slightly north from Redondo Beach and you’ll come to Central Hermosa Beach Sand in Hermosa Beach, which is just under ten miles from Carson. This neighborhood offers plenty of pawtastic restaurants that welcome dogs, but first, work up an appetite exploring the Veterans Parkway. This 3.5-mile trail stretches from Redondo Beach to Manhattan Beach and is the perfect spot for a hike with your pooch. Then, choose from tons of restaurants with outdoor seating for dogs and their humans, like Java Man, a cozy coffeehouse that even has treats waiting for your dog. Or, try Palmilla, a Mexican restaurant with an outdoor patio near the water.

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    Population Density 9,167/sq mi

    #5 Tree Section


    The Tree Section neighborhood of Manhattan Beach is slightly over nine miles from Carson. This neighborhood is just moments away from the beach itself and has its own dog park, known as the Polliwog Dog Run. The small, but cozy, park is a part of Polliwog Park, a huge public area that allows leashed pups to explore with responsible owners who clean up after them. Need a break for some grub? Head to Fresh Brothers, known for its delicious pizzas with just about any topping you desire. Your pooch is also sure to love Islands, a pub-style eatery that has dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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