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Dog Areas in Duarte

10 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Duarte is about ten miles east of Pasadena in the upper San Gabriel Valley. This area is a mixture of residential, commercial, and institutional districts. There are a number of dog-friendly opportunities available here. If you're in need of professional services for your furry pal, there's a veterinary clinic in town.

When you want to give your canine companion some social time, take him about six miles south of town to the Central Bark Dog Park in West Covina. This facility has separate fenced areas for large and small dogs to play with one another. Each section has tables and benches where you can relax while your pal gets some exercise.

Go for a hike on the San Gabriel River Trail with your four-footed pal. You can connect to this pawtastic trail by the footbridge that links to Encanto Parkway. Dogs on a leash are permitted on this multi-use pathway that's part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.

Another pup-friendly path is the Duarte Recreational Trail. This multi-use trail has parallel paved and natural surface components, and it stretches west for 1.6 miles from Royal Oaks Park to Buena Vista Street. Bring water and waste bags for your outing.

For dog owners, the city of Duarte offers several ways to get some exercise and fresh air together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Duarte

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    Population Density 11,361/sq mi

    #1 Butler

    The area around Butler includes a business complex, hospital, park, and some residential streets. Take Fido for a walk past single-family homes in the neighborhood. You can also head to Pioneer Park to enjoy the beautiful landscaping and gardens with your four-footed friend. Take time to stroll along the paved pathway that wanders past a rose garden, a sculpture garden, and some open lawn. There are shade trees and benches here where you can relax with your special pal. Make sure that you keep your pup on a leash and that you pick up any waste while you're visiting this facility.
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    Population Density 5,980/sq mi

    #2 Valley View

    The Valley View neighborhood is a residential area with an elementary school and a pawesome park. Enjoy a peaceful walk down the sidewalk with your pooch here. When you want to treat yourself and your furry friend to some green space and fresh air, head to Encanto Park. This 11.5-acre facility has an open field, a picnic area, and a nature trail. Go for a hike with your canine pal on the pathway that overlooks the river. You can also play frisbee in the park or grab a snack at one of the tables. Remember to keep your pup on a leash and clean up after him.
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    Population Density 7,382/sq mi

    #3 Las Lomas

    In Las Lomas, you'll find single-family homes, a nursery, an elementary school, and two parks. There are plenty of residential streets here where you and your pooch can go for a little stroll together. When you want to stretch your legs in an open area, take Fido to Royal Oaks Park. This facility is 12.25 acres and includes open lawn, shade trees, picnic areas, and a walking pathway. Play in the grass with your furry pal, then have a snack at one of the tables together. Dogs are welcome in this public space, provided they're on a leash and under your control. Bring waste bags to clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 1,271/sq mi

    #4 Maddock Canyon

    Maddock Canyon is a residential neighborhood nestled against the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Go strolling along the sidewalk with your pooch and enjoy the beautiful scenery. If you're looking for a workout for you and your pup, head to the Van Tassel Trail off Fish Canyon Road. This 2.7-mile out-and-back hiking trail heads into the mountains and offers pawtacular views at the end of the climb. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here. Remember to bring plenty of water and some waste bags to pick up any droppings when you use this trail.
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    Population Density 10,024/sq mi

    #5 Beardslee

    In the neighborhood around Beardslee, there are residential streets, an elementary school, and two community parks. There are quiet roads here where you and your canine companion can go walking together. If you're looking for a place to have a picnic with your special buddy, head to Aloysia Moore Park off East Duarte Road. This small park has some open lawn, a walking circuit, and a barbecue area with tables. Bring along some burgers to grill and enjoy eating outdoors with your canine companion. Dogs need to be on a leash and under control while in this public facility. Remember to pick up any droppings.
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