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Dog Areas in Hesperia

10 Parks
7 Eateries

Hesperia is a gem of the Mojave Desert’s High Desert region, where moderate weather and dogs reign supreme! You’ll find seven vets and animal hospitals in this desert city, meaning your pup never has to worry about feeling down!

Leash up your dog and head to Cleghorn Mountain Trail. This 10 mile hike is an all morning affair, but its views are unparallelled. Warm up before you head in, however, as there are occasional steep portions that can be challenging. Your dog will love the sights and smells of fresh air--and he’s going to sleep like a puppy tonight!

If you need to beat the heat, try a cone or cup at Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. Ask about their dog-friendly flavors! Dogs will be barking about their sweet treats! 

Tired out? Don’t worry: Hesperia is dog friendly all day and all night. Curl up for the night in any of Hesperia’s dog friendly hotels. Sleep pet-fee free at Motel 6 Hesperia or La Quinta Inn & Suites Hesperia Victorville. If you’re willing to pay a small pet fee, you could also choose from the Econo Lodge Hesperia and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hesperia.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hesperia

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,231/sq mi

    #1 West Maple

    If you’re looking or a quick place to work off some of your dog’s energy, look no further than Malibu Park in the West Maple neighborhood. This park is perfect for those days when you only have a limited amount of time to get your dog as tired as possible. Your pup will have to stay on leash in the park, so make sure you’re ready to walk. Then use the park’s open, green spaces and trails to work up a sweat. People-oriented dogs will love the crowds, and shy dogs will appreciate having room to roam just with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 988/sq mi

    #2 Mesa - Cottonwood

    Mesa - Cottonwood is close to the heart of the city. If you’re walking your dog through all there is to see there, make sure you stop by the Hesperia Civic Plaza Park. This beautiful park is a multi-use space designed to cater to children and busy professionals alike. There’s a small playground area, but the rest of the park is green space and easy walking trails! Bring your own water to the park, as there aren’t any fountains for dogs. This park is perfect for winding down at the end of the day, or getting in a quick walk before work.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 988/sq mi

    #3 Oakhills

    Lime Street Park is an amazing asset to the Oakhills community. There is a larger, general park with picnic grounds and playground equipment, but that’s not what’s going to attract the attention of furry friends: the Lime Street Dog Park is! This fenced in dog park has separate areas so large and small dogs can both play off leash! Yay! The park is still on its way to becoming perfect, so bring your own water bowl for the pups and extra water for you. There is a shade tree, but the hot summer sun in Hesperia can still hit you!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 988/sq mi

    #4 Mesa


    Mesa is one of the easternmost neighborhoods of Hesperia, and home to the Hesperia Lake Park, a cool getaway from the blazing desert. While many people come to the lake for fishing, your dog will love the hikes! Leash up and bring plenty of water, because some of these trails are steep! Research the trails before setting off to be sure you get the experience you want. Dogs will love the fresh green scents in this desert oasis.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,571/sq mi

    #5 Frost


    Frost, in nearby Victorville, is a ten minute drive from downtown Hesperia. It’s also home to Mojave Narrows Regional Park. This park is a destination for the whole family. There’s fishing, picnic spaces, equestrians, and most importantly: hiking! Your pup won’t mind ruff-ing it up some moderate inclines. You’ll love the view, he’ll love the exercise. If you want something a little gentler, you can use the trails by the water for a leisurely stroll. Dogs should remain leashed inside the park. Also remember to bring plenty of water for you and your pup! 

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