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Dog Areas in Florence Graham

4 Parks
7 Shops
1 Groomer

Florence Graham is a small suburban city of Los Angeles, only 10 miles south of the larger city's downtown area. Florence Graham is made up of multiple neighborhoods, people, and cultures, and has become a melting pot. Despite so many different races and cultures, everyone can agree on how the city cares for man's best friend, providing multiple dog-friendly parks, 2 veterinarians, and lots of love for Fido!

One dog-friendly park in the city is known as the Ted Watkins Memorial Park. This area takes up 27 acres of land, providing lots of green space and shade for the city residents. Dogs are welcome on a leash and can enjoy features like lighted baseball and softball fields, picnic areas, a skateboard park, a soccer (football) field, tennis courts, water fountains, 2 miles of paved trails, and clean-up stations.

In the central part of the city is the Franklin D. Roosevelt Park. This park is one of the oldest in the city, but still provides children, adults, and dogs with the most well-kept area to play in. There are 1.8 miles of paved walkways, two enclosed baseball fields, a basketball and tennis court, soccer field, picnic pavilion, clean-up stations, and water fountains. Dogs must remain on a leash while inside the park.

Florence Graham is a pretty busy city during the day, so when you and Fido need to get a little outdoor time, you can count on the city to provide you a great place to walk Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Florence Graham

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    Population Density 27,081/sq mi

    #1 Florence Graham

    The city of Florence Graham is small, but still packs in a lot of people and rows of residential homes. Despite the high density of people, there are still lots of places to walk Fido, like Bethune Park. The small, but expansive park allows a place for humans and pups to go out, stretch and enjoy the free open space. There are also fenced-in baseball diamonds that are dog-friendly, paved walkways, water fountains, clean-up stations, and shaded sitting areas. The Colonel Leo H Washington Park is another great park in the city, and offers over 13 acres of vibrant grassy fields with picnic areas, barbecue stations, tennis courts, restrooms, a playground, water fountains, a pavilion, and clean-up stations. Pups must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 9,948/sq mi

    #2 Hacienda Village

    A mile south of Florence Graham is the small neighborhood and city of Hacienda Village. The village is a travel destination for dog lovers thanks to the Jordan Downs Recreation Center. Inside the center, there's a lot to do with your pup, whether you want to run around or play in the open grassy field, play safely in the enclosed baseball fields, take a leisurely walk on the paved walkways, or just relax in the shade at one of the park's many picnic tables and benches. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations. The park also has nighttime lights since it stays open 24 hours a day.
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    Population Density 8,741/sq mi

    #3 Central Alameda

    Central Alameda is a great place for Florence Graham residents to come to since it's only 1.8 miles from the town, and has lots of dog-friendly spots. The Augustus F. Hawkins Nature Park is the number one place to head to in the city since it offers an 8.5-mile retreat with natural vegetation, towering trees, wetlands, a fishing pond, concrete walkways, and open space for multi-use purposes. The trail that winds through the park takes over half an hour to walk, and offers lots of shade and scenic views of the surrounding area. Dogs must be on a leash while in the park, and can enjoy additional features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 10,948/sq mi

    #4 South Park

    South Park is a larger neighborhood that rests 3.7 miles north-west of Florence Graham in Los Angeles. The neighborhood offers natural and developed areas for pups to play in like the South Park Recreation Center. The center has lots of space for Fido to run around and play in, with access to features like water fountains, a safe spot to run around in the fenced-in baseball field, benches, clean-up stations, and a paved walkway that encircles the park. The South Los Angeles Wetlands Park is another great place to go since it offers a natural area of wetlands, desert, and green space to explore. Dogs must remain on a leash, but can walk on the natural paths or along the boardwalks, with access to water fountains and trash bins.
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    Population Density 8,732/sq mi

    #5 Hollydale

    Hollydale is a close-knit neighborhood in the city of South Gate, 8 miles from Florence Graham. Dogs owners love the area thanks to the large park known as the Hollydale Regional Park. The area is right along the Los Angeles River, with sights of the water and grassy fields open for everyone. There's paved walkways, enclosed tennis courts, nighttime lights, and restrooms. The best part of the park is that is that it has its own dog-park, which is completely fenced-in with double-gated entrances and separate areas for large and small dogs. The areas also have simple agility courses, dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, and most of all a safe place for Fido to run around off-leash.
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