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Dog Areas in Harbor City

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Harbor City is a great town to explore if you and Fido are trying to escape the busyness of a big city and want to relax and spend some quiet time outside. The town is on the outskirts of Torrance and about five miles from the beach. If your pup needs to stop and see a veterinarian while in Harbor City, there are seven available in town to visit.

Make sure to stop by the Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park while you're in Harbor City. The park is open from sunrise to sunset and has tons of amenities your pup will just love. Enjoy the picnic area that comes with BBQs or the children's play area. If Fido wants to get a little exercise in, then make sure to explore the hiking trail that goes throughout that park. For water dogs, the park also has a load of water activities that you and your pup can experience together, including kayaking and canoeing.

If you and your dog are just passing through Harbor City for the night and need a place to stay, check out Motel 6 Los Angeles Harbor City. The hotel welcomes your dog to stay the night with you so you both can be well rested before continuing on your next adventure.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harbor City

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    Population Density 546/sq mi

    #1 Rolling HIlls

    The George F. Canyon Preserve is a great spot to take your pup to for a fun day out. George F. Canyon Preserve is three miles out of Harbor City in Rolling Hills and offers 36-acres of trails and streams that your dog will be dying to explore. The trails will take you and your pup through a beautiful canyon right off the peninsula, and most of the hikes are friendly for any level of hiker. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while visiting, especially since there is tons of wildlife roaming around. Be sure to bring water and clean-up bags, as they are not available here. 
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    Population Density 2,396/sq mi

    #2 Lunada Bay

    Six miles out of Harbor City in Palos Verdes Estates is the Lunada Canyon Trail. This trail is perfect for getting a good days worth of exercise in with Fido by your side. Lunada Canyon Trail is only 0.95-miles, which is great if you're in a hurry, plus it offers a 550-foot elevation. If you both decide to skip hiking, check out the Fred Hesse Junior Community Park. This park is the most popular one in the city, which means Fido can get tons of socializing in on the quarter-mile walking path.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,155/sq mi

    #3 Palos Verdes Drive South

    Take your pup out to the Rancho Caninos Dog Park in Rancho Palos Verdes for some off leash fun. The dog park is eight miles out of Harbor City and a great place to let Fido run around and meet some new friends. There are two separate parks, so large and small dogs each have their own space. A water fountain ensures that your dog stays hydrated amidst the fun. The park also boasts other great amenities, like a hand wash station, restrooms, and benches for owners to sit on. Make sure to bring your own clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 11,485/sq mi

    #4 Addams

    The Uptown Dog Park is a dogtastic spot to let Fido run out some energy and get some exercise in. Located in Long Beach, which is only seven miles out of Harbor City, your dog will be forever grateful when you take him to this puptastic park. There are separate areas for large and small dog, plus there are picnic tables for owners to chill at. With plenty of shade for dogs to stay cool, and water for your pup to stay hydrated, your pup can continue to play the day through. The park is made up of dirt, so your pup may be coming home a little dirty.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 351/sq mi

    #5 Wrigley Heights

    Wrigley Heights Dog Park in Long Beach is a pawsome park to let your pup have a great time out running around with new friends. This 1.9 acre park consists of a mulch ground covering, and is nicely shaded by the trees. An entry area provides a nice space to get leashes on and off. Completely fenced in, this park allows your pup to run free and make new pup friends. Though they are in the works, currently, the park contains no amenities, so be sure to being your own water, bowl, and clean up bags.
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