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Dog Areas in Garden Grove

20 Parks
1 Trail
7 Shops
4 Eateries
9 Groomers

Located just a mile from Disneyland in Anaheim, CA, Garden Grove is a wonderful destination to live or visit with your two and four-legged children. Garden Grove is also a great place to keep Fido healthy and happy, as there are three veterinary clinics available to meet both routine and emergency needs. Check out The Garden Grove Dog and Cat Hospital that is open 7 days a week for appointments and walk-ins.

Taking advantage of the Santa Ana River Trail offers a great way to spend quality time with your pooch. The trail is 12-foot-wide and follows the river through Orange County connecting neighborhoods and shopping districts all the way to the beach. Your pup will enjoy sniffing the grass and wildlife along the way as well as socializing with other canine friends strolling along the scenic trail. 

After spending quality time with your pooch, check out several restaurants in the area that are pup friendly including Oggi’s Pizza & Brewing Company. You and your furry pals can enjoy your favorite pizza at one of the outdoor tables. If you need a place to stay with your pooch, try the Anaheim Marriott Suites where pups are welcome for an extra fee.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Garden Grove

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,385/sq mi

    #1 Magnolia Street


    Walking your pup through the well-established Magnolia Street neighborhood is a great way to get some exercise before or after work. When Fido is ready to socialize with other furry pals, stroll over to the Garden Grove Dog Park where there are separate areas for big and small pups. Here, your furry children can run and romp and release all their excess energy. The park furnishes doggie poop bags, but you might want to bring your own in case they are out. There is water available, but you will need to bring your own bowl so your pooch can get a drink on a hot day. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,818/sq mi

    #2 Anaheim-Stoddard Park


    The quaint Anaheim-Stoddard Park neighborhood is perfect for walking Fido. Stoddard Park offers an area to exercise your pup, and features a playground for any human children tagging along. While meandering along the path, you and your pooch can meet up with other doggie parents out for their morning run. You should also plan to go for a cup of coffee and a snack at the Brewberry Café where you can sit with your canine companion and enjoy the morning sunshine at the outdoor tables. If you are visiting the area, Abbys Anaheimer Inn allows up to two dogs for an additional fee.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,025/sq mi

    #3 Haster/ Lampston


    Hiking through the Haster/ Lampston neighborhood, you and Fido will need to check out Pioneer Park. There is a large grassy area near the little league fields and park benches where you can rest and enjoy a cool drink of water. Many dog owners also enjoy the Haster Basin Recreation Park which features 21.5 acres of space to frolic and run. The shaded area is great to sit and rest after an energetic romp along the jogging trails. Pup parents looking for a place to stay will love the Sheraton Garden Grove South Hotel or Candlewood Suites Garden Grove where Fido is welcome to spend the night. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,386/sq mi

    #4 Lake Grove/ Acacia Parkway


    Family and Fido friendly, the Lake Grove/ Acacia Parkway neighborhood is great for two and four-legged family. The well-kept small Community Center Park is a great place for a leisure stroll. If your pup loves ducks and geese, he will love romping around the picturesque pond. After a walk through the area, rest your feet and paws on the colorful chairs, and spend some time people and pooch watching. Remember to bring your own doggie waste bags and water bottles for a relaxing trip to the park. When you are ready for an afternoon snack, head over to Doug’s Downtown Grill where you and your pup can enjoy sandwiches at the outdoor tables. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,531/sq mi

    #5 West Haven Park


    Centrally located in the city, the Westhaven Park neighborhood is perfect for families and their furry companions. Westhaven Park features 10 acres of space with 50 picnic tables and a playground to enjoy spending time with family and Fido. When the park isn’t busy, your well-trained pooch can go off leash to run and romp in the grass.  Remember to bring water bottles if you need a cool drink. Walking Fido along the track around Haster Basin Recreational Park gives you both a chance for a cardio workout while admiring the ducks and turtles along the water. There are benches and restrooms when you need a break, and drinking water is available from water spouts. 

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