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Dog Areas in Grand Terrace

6 Parks
1 Trail
1 Groomer

Located in San Bernardino County, the city of Grand Terrace is a welcoming community that's known for its natural beauty. There are several parks and a trail here that you can investigate with your leashed dog. If you need professional care for your pooch, there are emergency veterinary clinics in town and an animal hospital about 2.7 miles southwest of the city in Riverside.

In the northwest corner of the city, you'll find a spur off Vivienda Avenue that connects to the Santa Ana River Trail. Take a hike or run with your pup by following this paved multi-use pathway along the river bed. Dogs on a leash can join you if you pick up their waste.

Go exploring with your canine pal in Box Springs Mountain Reserve, located about 14 miles south of town in the Moreno Valley. This expansive wilderness area has a 7.3-mile out-and-back trail that allows dogs on a leash. There's a moderate climb on this pathway, and the trail's apex provides panoramic views of the city. Make sure you pack water and waste bags.

Take Spot to Carlson Bark Park at the corner of Mission Inn Avenue and Scout Lane in Riverside. This pawtastic facility is just under seven miles southwest of Grand Terrace. Let your furry friend play off-leash with other dogs. Make sure you pick up any droppings. The park is closed Monday mornings for weekly maintenance, so plan accordingly.

With six community parks and easy access to other area facilities, Grand Terrace is a furrific place for dogs and their owners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grand Terrace

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    Population Density 6,549/sq mi

    #1 North Grand Terrace

    North Grand Terrace is a populous residential neighborhood with an elementary school. There are sidewalks along the streets that you and your furry friend can use to take a daily stroll. If you want a change of pace, take your canine companion to the Grand Terrace Fitness Park off Grand Terrace Road. There's a walking path that loops around this small facility. Take a few laps, then relax on one of the benches. Dogs are allowed to join you in this public place as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Remember to pick up after your pal.
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    Population Density 3,453/sq mi

    #2 Barton Palm

    The neighborhood of Barton Palm, located on the north side of the city, is a small residential area with single-family homes. There are sidewalks and a nice greenway here where you and your pup can go for a walk together. To treat your special pal to some off-leash play time, head to Hulda Crooks Park in Loma Linda. This pawesome facility is located about five miles northeast of the neighborhood. There's a fenced dog park located at the corner of Beaumont and Mountain View Avenues. There are water stations, waste receptacles, and separate play areas for large and small dogs here.
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    Population Density 4,017/sq mi

    #3 Blue Mountain

    Blue Mountain is a populous residential community in the southern parts of Grand Terrace. This area is located just north of a nice community park that allows dogs on a leash. When you want to get out and enjoy some green space with your special buddy, head to Highgrove Community Park off Center Street. This facility features a few baseball fields, open areas, and a pathway that loops around the park. Take a walk or jog with your furry pal, or spread a blanket on the grass for an outdoor picnic. Make sure you bring waste bags with you to clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 1,916/sq mi

    #4 Westwood

    Westwood is a small community that's nestled against Blue Mountain on the east side of town. There are sidewalks along the street that you can use to go walking with your fur baby. If you continue to the end of Westwood Street, you'll be able to connect to the Blue Mountain Trail for a moderate hike. This 3.8-mile trail is an out-and-back pathway that offers a 1,092-foot climb and furrific views from the top of the ridge. Dogs are permitted to accompany you, but they must be on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Bring water and waste bags with you when you come.
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    Population Density 5,216/sq mi

    #5 Rollins Park

    In the Rollins Park area, there are some single-family homes, a middle school, and a children's center. You and Fido can take a walk on the neighborhood sidewalks here. When you're looking for a place to get exercise and fresh air, head to Richard Rollins Community Park off De Berry Street. This 12-acre facility has some open fields and a paved pathway. Hike or jog around the park with your furry friend or play some frisbee in the grass. You can bring dogs on a leash that's no longer than six feet, as long as you clean up after them.
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