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Dog Areas in Green Valley Lake

Green Valley Lake, California, is an unincorporated community with a small population. It has several dog-friendly hotels, since it sits near some pupular areas for tourists, but it doesn’t have much in the way for dog-friendly fun. You’ll find several vet clinics in nearby towns, like Big Bear Lake and Redlands, and these are also some good options for finding fun activities for you and your pooch to enjoy.

Big Bear Lake is about 18 miles from Green Valley Lake and offers not only several paw-friendly beaches on the lake, but also a few trails on which you can bring your dog for an outdoor adventure. Castle Rock Trail is considered an easy hike that will take you to new heights overlooking the lake below. Or, try Gray’s Peak Trail for a more challenging, longer hike that gives spectacular views of the mountains.

Twin Peaks is just about 17 miles from Green Valley Lake and is the home of the Twin Peaks Recreational Complex, a place you won’t want to skip if you love spending time outdoors with your dog. This place has open fields for leashed dogs and a small, cozy fenced-in dog park for your pooch to play in. A little bit of traveling outside Green Valley Lake gives you plenty of pawportunities for dog-friendly fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Green Valley Lake

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    Population Density 421/sq mi

    #1 Big Bear Blvd


    Big Bear Blvd is an area of Big Bear Lake that sits about 18.2 miles from Green Valley Lake, CA. This popular vacation area is pawfect for dog lovers because you can enjoy the Big Bear Lake beaches, many of which in this area are dog-friendly! Take your pooch to the lake to enjoy some time in the sand and sun or cool off in the water. There’s also a beach designated solely for dogs called Boathouse Dog Beach, which gives dogs a chance to play off their leash and meet some furry friends. You can even grab some snacks at the on-site beach bar.

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    Population Density 1,085/sq mi

    #2 North Shore


    North Shore in Lake Arrowhead is a bit over 14 miles from Green Valley Lake. This neighborhood is the home of Cedar Glen Dog Park, a puptacular park that sits near the lake. The fenced-in park lets your dog run and play off his leash, but you can also explore some of the surrounding trails and open areas with your leashed dog outside the dog park. Little Bear Creek Trail is a pawsome one to try, giving you almost four miles of hiking path for the ultimate outdoor adventure with your pooch. You’ll have some breathtaking views while exploring the California wilderness.  

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    Population Density 2,245/sq mi

    #3 Downtown


    Just under 28 miles from Green Valley Lake is Downtown Redlands. This area is where you’ll find several paw-friendly restaurants that give you plenty of dining choices. If you’re craving pizza, try Pieology, which has tons of different pies and toppings to choose from. Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Food will please your palate if it’s craving some authentic Mexican favorites. Or, head to Sushi Zutto for some traditional Japanese food and grab an outdoor table for a meal with your favorite pup. Need something quick for breakfast or lunch? Corner Bakery Café has plenty of sandwiches, salads, and soups to go around and has an outdoor patio with temperature controls to keep you and your dog comfy.

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    Population Density 2,576/sq mi

    #4 Bryn Mawr


    A little under 31 miles from Green Valley Lake is the Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Loma Linda, CA. This neighborhood has not one, but two dog parks for your dog to enjoy. At Loma Linda Dog Park, you’ll have a fully-fenced, cozy area for your pooch to have fun and get some energy out. Hulda Crooks Dog Park is another off-leash park that has a small and large dog area to keep pups safe. You can also grab a bite to eat in the neighborhood at Tess’ Place Deli, a casual restaurant that’s perfect for a quick lunch and has some outdoor tables that welcome you and your dog to enjoy a meal together.

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    Population Density 3,912/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    The Downtown neighborhood of Riverside, CA is just under 40 miles from Green Valley Lake. Although it’s a little bit of a trip, you’ll love what it offers. Carlson Dog Park is an off-leash park loved by the locals, featuring toys and small and large dog areas. You can also hop on the Mount Rubidoux Trail, which has just under three miles to explore. The trail takes you to some spots where you can take in gorgeous views of Riverside below. Have your pick from several pup-friendly restaurants, like Antonious Pizza Café, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and Café Sevilla, all of which have some outdoor seating for you and your dog. 

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