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Dog Areas in Hemet

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Hemet, California may be known for its' culture and dedication to the environment, but it's also a great place for you and Fido to explore together! Whether you're a couch potato or an outdoor adventurer, there's something for everybody in this beautiful town.

There's no shortage of dog parks in the area. The local animal shelter, the Ramona Humane Society Dog Park, offers a fenced-in dog area that is only accessible to shelter members. If you're looking for a free option, a local favorite is the Oltman Dog Park. Open from 7 am to dusk, this park provides water and plastic baggies for clean-up.

Hemet is also home to Lake Hemet, a man-made lake that provides stunning panoramic views of the San Jacinto Mountains and the surrounding evergreen forest. Wildlife is abundant, as hawks and eagles are frequently spotted in the area, along with rabbits, fish, and other woodland creatures. Why not stay the night? The Lake Hemet Campground is pet-friendly, although owners will be charged a small fee for bringing Fido along.

If you're in the area, not to miss is the Simpson Park Trail. This six-mile trail is known for its' moderate slope and exquisite wildflowers. Dogs are allowed to be on the trail while they are on-leash. If you and your pooch (or family member) are craving some mountain views, this trail is sure to please!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hemet

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    Population Density 1,257/sq mi

    #1 Cawston

    This community sure does love its dogs. The main attraction here is the Oltman Dog Park. This park is exceptionally clean and well-maintained, so make sure to leave it that way! They even provide plastic baggies for you to clean up after your pooch. There are also doggie drinking fountains and a shaded gazebo where dog and person can rest after a hot stroll. Locals seems to love this park, so your pawesome pal is bound to make a few new fur-iends while exploring this gorgeous green space! You might also make some new friends, too. You know what they say -- the more, the merrier!
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    Population Density 575/sq mi

    #2 Murrieta


    This dog friendly city is within a 20 mile radius of Hemet, but it’s well worth the drive. After all, it’s not every day your dog gets to visit a water park that’s made just for him! Your pup will have a paw-tastic time splashing in the water and enjoying the outdoors at the Country Kennels Dawg Water Park. This park is completely fenced in for your pup’s protection. The pool area has custom tunnels and hills for your pooch to run and play. There is also an area dedicated to hosting special functions, including dog agility training. Before you visit, make sure to check whether the park is hosting any events during your stay.

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    Population Density 79/sq mi

    #3 Temecula


    This dog-friendly community that is located 20 miles from Hemet. The community’s main attraction is its 5-acre dog park. The JC Pooch Park is split into separate fenced-in areas. One area is specifically for your pooch to run around, chase balls, and behave like his normal doggy self. This area is also a great place for some agility training. The second area has a pond for any pup that enjoys a good swim, so be sure to pack a towel! You’ll also find an area to wash off your pup so he doesn’t leave muddy pawprints all over your car seats. Water and shade are provided in both areas to help you cool off during those dog days of summer.

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    Population Density 5,717/sq mi

    #4 Moreno Valley


    Moreno Valley is located within a 20 mile radius of Hemet, California. The Terri Peak Trail in Moreno Valley is definitely worth the short drive! This trail is a well-marked trail that you can enjoy with your pup. This is a great location for beginners or those who just want a short, easy hike. There are places where the elevation gets steep, but it will definitely provide a good workout. Grab a leash, some doggy bags, and your best hiking boots, and hit the Terri Peak Trail! Don’t forget to bring a camera -- you’ll want to capture the scenic views along the way.

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    Population Density 261/sq mi

    #5 Banning


    Banning is home to the Kitching Peak Trail, which provides an 8-mile hike through the San Bernadino National Forest. If you want to tackle the entire trail, you’ll need to set aside at least 5 hours. That means you’ll need plenty of water, doggie waste bags, some good hiking shoes, and maybe even a few treats! Along the way, you and Fido can enjoy a wide variety of gorgeous landscapes, including mountains and desert floor. You’re bound to see plenty of local fauna and flora here, too -- just don’t let Fido get too curious!

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