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Dog Areas in Highland, CA

1 Park
5 Eateries

A city in San Bernardino County, Highland is a must-see dog spot in California. With its numerous dog-friendly eateries and the beautiful Aurantia Dog Park, it’s a place you and your pooch can’t dare miss. This, as well as the many attractions in the immediately surrounding area, makes Highland a wonderful destination for dog lovers with pups tall or small. 

Aurantia Dog Park, a gem of a park nestled in the midst of Highland, is a well-kept and meticulously maintained area for you and your doggy to dance about. It’s separated into two areas for small and large breeds, as well as water fountains for you and Fido alike scattered throughout the split park. There is a wonderful path that circles around the outer edge of the park, so you and your dog can walk together, keeping perfect puppy pace. Waste baggies are provided for your convenience, so all you need to take care of is bringing a water bowl, some tasty treats for your dog to nibble, and some of your pup's favorite playthings. You’re sure to have a good time, and after enjoying a busy day in Aurantia Park, go explore some of the local eateries! You can’t go wrong no matter where you are in Highland.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Highland, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,929/sq mi

    #1 Highland Ave

    48
    Highland Avenue is a bustling street where you’ll find some of the finest Mexican cuisine in the area. A dog-friendly restaurant that is known for serving fresh food from family recipes, Cuca’s Mexican Food has an open outdoor deck with plenty of seating space for you and your canine companion, as well as some new friends for the both of you. If you don’t want to tie your dog up to go inside and order your food, there’s a drive-through window that will suit your needs in a pinch. Though the food is much too spicy for puppy’s tummy, the delicious smells will have them begging for a treat of their own!
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,929/sq mi

    #2 5th Street

    36
    Make your way to 5th Street and your pup will be eager to stop in to Farmer Boys, an eatery that serves farm fresh food in delicious blends of flavors. Enjoy anything from burgers to burritos to egg platters. You and your pup will be welcome at any of the six outdoor tables, and if you’re not keen on keeping your canine tied up while you order a good meal, there’s a drive-through window that you can stop outside and order from. Your pup won’t be able to resist trying to steal a bite, but you’ll be able to resist those big sad eyes… right? Aw, who are you kidding?
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 768/sq mi

    #3 Big Bear Lake City

    24
    A hop and a skip away from Highland, you’ll find yourself in Big Bear Lake, a beautiful city with scenic views and a share of delightful attractions to enjoy. The most notable of these attractions is Nottingham’s Tavern, which serves local delicacies in a lodge setting. Not only will your dog be welcome on the outdoor deck, but the employees at this delightful establishment will provide your dog with water, as well as a menu just for your mutt. You and your canine companion will have a doggone good time and bone-a-fide good meal too, so be sure to stop in.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,978/sq mi

    #4 Redlands Blvd.

    12
    Mosey over to Redlands Boulevard and make your way to Hound Town Dog Park. Adjacent to the Moreno Valley Equestrian Center, Hound Town is a 3.5-acre park with a fenced-in area for Fido to run free. The fenced area is split into two smaller area for small and large dogs, and both areas are double gated to prevent any pawssible escapes! You’ll need to bring plenty of water and some nice toys for your toothy tot to play with, but once you have all of that covered, you and your pup are gonna have a ball -- a tennis ball, that is.
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  5. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 3,997/sq mi

    #5 Riverside

    0
    Another destination that your fur baby would be furry-us to miss is located in Riverside, California. Pat Merritt Dog Park is a clean and well-maintained park that remains pristine in spite of minimal use of pesticides, for the sake of remaining environmentally friendly. There are two distinct areas for large and small dogs as well as water fountains and plenty of doggy waste bags for you to keep the area pawsitively clean. The locals are friendly, and there are plenty of shady spaces for you to relax while your pup prances. Bring plenty of treats, both for you and your pup, and good times are sure to follow.
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