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Dog Areas in Corona del Mar

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With over 13,000 residents, Corona del Mar is a bustling community in Newport Beach, California that's known for its beaches, tide pools, and trendy shops. Pet owners will be pleased to know there is one veterinarian in Corona del Mar proper, but several more in the surrounding areas. Alongside that, Corona del Mar is paradise for active dog owners, as CdM (as the locals call it) is full of trails and stairs to run, beaches to swim or surf at, and many beautiful lookouts to enjoy in the area.

Two can’t-miss spots for dog owners in Corona del Mar include the Buck Gully Reserve and Rothschild’s Restaurant. Buck Gully Reserve is often referred to as a “hidden gem” because of its natural beauty, and quiet, peaceful atmosphere. It is considered an easy or beginner hike for you and your dog to do, and you will likely come across some cyclists as well. Rothschild’s Restaurant is a gem as well, although considering that it's been a neighborhood staple for over 30 years, it is anything but hidden. Rothschild’s has a dog-friendly patio and serves delicious, authentic northern Italian food. Needless to say, Corona del Mar is a quiet paradise perfect for both humans and dogs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corona del Mar

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    Population Density 5,674/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Newport Beach


    If you dream of enjoying beautiful sunsets with your pooch at your side (who doesn’t?), the Newport Beach Dog Park in beautiful Corona del Mar is the place for you! It’s got an off-leash beach area where your dog can play in the surf, a dirt/gravel run, synthetic turf, a large and small dog area, water fountains, and some of the most gorgeous views in California – what more could you need? While you’re there, why not have a picnic at the picnic tables overlooking the ocean? And with all that sunshine, you can enjoy some shade under canopies without compromising the excellent view!

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    Population Density 5,959/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach is known for its excellent surfing beaches, but what you may not know is there's a dog park in Northwest Huntington Beach called the Huntington Beach Dog Park that is near the water and plenty of fun for humans and canines! It's run privately by locals and relies on donations and volunteers to function, but the locals are happy to do so because it's such a fun place for you and Rover. There is a section for big dogs and one for small dogs, and there is also some agility equipment to give your dogs the extra stimulation and exercise they crave.
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    Population Density 5,415/sq mi

    #3 South San Clemente

    South San Clemente is home to one of the most popular beaches in California called San Onofre State Beach. Not only is this a great place to surf or soak up the sun, it’s a fun place to take your dogs for some exercise, too! This 3,000-acre state park hosts over 2.5 million visitors a year, and many of them camp at the San Onofre Campgrounds, or walk any of the six trails with their dogs. Along with spectacular views of the landscape, you just might luck out and get to see whales, dolphins, or sea lions frolicking in the water!
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    Population Density 762/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Laguna Beach

    Laguna Beach is an idyllic location with breathtaking views and the quiet, beachy feel so many people crave, and its excellent dog park in Northeast Laguna Beach is no exception. Guests love how well-maintained and clean the park is (it’s closed every Wednesday for maintenance) and also remark at how friendly both the dogs and the people at this park tend to be! If you have a big dog, they can play in a separate, fenced section with dogs their size, and the same goes for those with little dogs. Early risers will appreciate the park opening every day at dawn, and for those who take their dogs to the park at the end of the day, it conveniently stays open until dusk.
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    Population Density 3,142/sq mi

    #5 Turtle Rock

    South Irvine (a short drive from San Clemente) is home to the neighborhood of Turtle Rock which is conveniently located near both Concordia University, Irvine and the University of California, Irvine. Turtle Rock also houses the Shady Canyon Trail Loop: a 7.8-mile trail that is dog-friendly if Fido is on-leash. The trail is open year-round and features wild flowers, stunning views, and part of it is even paved for bikers. Shady Canyon Trail Loop is considered to be a beginner/intermediate level, so that makes it ideal for dogs (and people!) who may not have as much energy as they used to.
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