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Dog Areas in Chino Hills

43 Parks
28 Trails
1 Shop
19 Eateries
3 Groomers

If you're looking for a furiffic place to live or explore with your pup, check out Chino Hills, a northwest suburb of Los Angeles. With 43 parks and 28 trails, you'll have your pick of outdoor recreation opportunities here. There are five veterinarians in Chino Hill that you can consult when you need professional advice concerning your pup.

Take your special pal to English Springs Park to enjoy some green space. Walk or jog on the trail that circles the pond in this facility. There are some open fields and tables here where you can enjoy a picnic in the park with your furry friend. Dogs are permitted in parks, provided they're on a leash and you pick up after them.

Another pawtastic park in the area is Grand Avenue Park. This 12-acre facility features playgrounds and ball fields. Three paths connect to a trailhead at this park. For an easy hike, select the Oak Grove Loop and go for a 3/4-mile walk. If you want a more challenging workout, the 3.2-mile Grand Avenue Trail offers a moderately strenuous hike. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you here.

Enjoy some open space or connect to a trail at Veterans Park off Chino Hills Parkway. This 20-acre facility is mostly open fields. From here, you can hop on the Coral Ridge Trail for a moderate hike. The pathway is four miles long and connects to Coral Ridge Park. You can bring leashed dogs along on the trail. Remember to bring water and waste bags.

With over 3,000 acres of open space open to the public, Chino Hills is a wonderful place for dogs and their owners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chino Hills

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    Population Density 2,959/sq mi

    #1 Chino Hills

    The neighborhood of Chino Hills includes residential streets and the downtown commercial district. There are some nice parks and open spaces where you and your furry friend can get a little exercise. When you want to spend the day shopping in a dog-friendly atmosphere, head to The Shoppes at Chino Hills. This open-air mall has over 60 stores, including a number of establishments that welcome pets. Enjoy strolling along Main Street and City Center Drive with your pooch. Make sure you keep your special pal on a leash and under control. Bring along bags to clean up any waste while you're here.
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    Population Density 1,573/sq mi

    #2 Butterfield Ranch

    Butterfield Ranch is a pupful residential area that's surrounded by green space. Walk your pup down neighborhood sidewalks for a little exercise here. If you want your special buddy to spend some time socializing and playing with other canines, take him to the Chino Hills Dog Park that's located in Vila Borba Park off Amadora Drive. There are separate enclosures for small and large dogs to romp off-leash. Each area of the facility includes benches, shade structures, and water stations. Owners must be with their dogs in the park and are expected to clean up any messes. Aggressive animals are not permitted in the park.
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    Population Density 4,379/sq mi

    #3 Oak Ridge

    In the neighborhood of Oak Ridge, you and Fido can go for walks along residential streets and past the elementary school. There are two community parks for you and your furry friend to explore here. Check out Oak Ridge Park off Valle Vista Drive when you want to get some fresh air and exercise. This 3.7-acre facility includes open fields and a trailhead. Enjoy an easy hike on the 2.3-mile pathway that wanders through some green space behind Crown Ridge Estates. You're allowed to bring dogs on a leash here as long as they're under your control and you clean up after them.
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    Population Density 4,986/sq mi

    #4 Los Serranos

    Los Serranos is a residential area with an alternative education facility, a lake, and five area parks. You and your pooch will have your choice of outdoor recreation activities here. Enjoy a quiet walk by the water with your four-footed friend in Hickory Creek Park. There's a trailhead off Hickory Lane where you can access the 2.2-mile trail that follows Hickory Creek. The trail provides a fairly easy hike for you and your special pal. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here. Make sure you bring some water and waste bags to pick up after your pup.
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    Population Density 4,007/sq mi

    #5 Rolling Ridge

    In the area of Rolling Ridge, dogs and their owners will have opportunity to go for a walk through residential areas. This neighborhood includes a few hiking trails and two small parks. Take Fido to the trailhead on La Sierra Drive to connect to a pawtastic trail loop. The La Sierra Trail Loop offers a moderate workout through rolling hills and green space. Walk or jog with your pooch to get some fresh air and exercise here. Dogs are welcome to accompany you provided that you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste. Make sure you bring some water for your hike.
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