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Dog Areas in Crestline

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If you and your pup love going on hikes together, Crestline is the perfect place for you! This city is nestled in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, and there are tons of hiking options in and around the city. The city also has a great off-leash dog park. While there are no veterinarian offices in Crestline itself, you'll find one just five miles down the road in Rimforest.

If you and your dog are ready to climb high into the hills, head to Cleghorn Mountain Trail, which is about 20 miles away from Crestline. This moderate 10-mile trail offers stunning views of the San Bernardino Mountains. This trail is great for adventurous dogs who love exploring new places.

The Little Bear Creek Trail is another good trail to go on with your dog. This 3.8-mile trail will take you to a lake and through beautiful forests. You’ll also get some good views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. If you’re looking for an easy and fun hike to do with your dog, this trail is perfect for you.

Crestline is filled with lovely parks and trails that take you high into the mountains. You’ll always be able to find somewhere new to explore with your pup in Crestline! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crestline

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    Population Density 1,221/sq mi

    #1 Lake Gregory Drive


    This lakefront neighborhood is home to Crestline’s one dog park. This dog park is located within Lake Gregory Regional Park, and it includes separate large and small dog areas. Bring a water bottle for your dog and some of their favorite toys, and have a great time playing here. After your pup is finished playing, put them back on their leash and take them for a walk on Lake Gregory Regional Park’s 2.7-mile fitness trail. If you’re hungry after all of that fun, head to Crestline Café. This diner has a dog-friendly patio, and they serve up hearty mountain favorites, like biscuits and gravy, burgers, and tasty sandwiches.

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    #2 Valley of Enchantment


    For a great hike with your pup, head into the San Bernardino Forest and check out the Heart Rock trail. This easy half-mile trail goes along Seely Creek. At the end of the trail, you’ll reach an overlook next to a heart-shaped rock. From here, you’ll get to see a beautiful 20-foot high waterfall! On hot days, you and your pup can cool off after your hike in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall. Or, you can simply relax on the rocks and enjoy the view. You and your pup will both have a great time hiking up this easy and fun trail! 

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    Population Density 7,892/sq mi

    #3 S Lilac Ave


    If you’re looking for a dog park that has tons of fun equipment for your dog to play on, head to Andreson Dog Park. This dog park is in Rialto, which is about 21 miles from Crestline. The park has separate small and dog areas, and both areas have tires for your dog to jump through and ramps to climb on. The park also has doggy water fountains and lots of doggy bags. When your pup is all finished playing, treat them to lunch at nearby Cuca’s Mexican Food. This Mexican restaurant has three dog-friendly outdoor tables where you can enjoy delicious burritos, tamales, and fajitas alongside your furry best friend.

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    Population Density 5,986/sq mi

    #4 Plymouth Village


    Plymouth Village in Redlands is home to the pawsitively wonderful Redlands Dog Park. This dog park is located within Ford Park, and it’s about 26 miles from Crestline. The dog park includes separate small and large dog areas. There are also doggy water fountains and doggy bags available, and there are a few benches for owners to sit on. When your pup is finished playing, take them for a walk through Ford Park and enjoy the park’s beautiful ponds. You can also go for a picnic at one of the park’s scenic picnic tables. You and your pup will both have a great day here!

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    Population Density 3,410/sq mi

    #5 Wildwood Park


    The Wildwood Park neighborhood in San Bernardino is home to the furiffic Wildwood Dog Park. This 3.5-acre park is only about 11 miles from Crestline, and it offers separate large and small dog areas with plenty of space to run around. As your dog plays, you can watch from one of the park’s shady benches. When your dog is finished playing, cool down with a tasty frozen yogurt at nearby Yogurtland. This casual self-serve fro-yo spot has three dog-friendly outdoor tables where you can enjoy your sweet snack with your pup. 

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