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Dog Areas in Imperial, CA

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Imperial, California is a rural area of the state close to the Mexican border. Imperial isn’t known for being a dog-friendly town, but it does have one veterinary clinic that can help keep your pooch in top shape. You can also visit Eager Park, a recreational park with a playground and sports field, if you keep Fido on his leash. Fortunately, you can drive to some nearby towns and cities to get your fix for Fido.

Yuma, Arizona, for example, will take you a bit over an hour to drive to, but features 12 veterinary clinics, some grooming salons, and lots of pet-friendly hotels. Yuma is also home to the Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, offering fantastic views of Arizona’s wildlife, landscapes, and other natural scenery, and your leashed dog is welcome to explore everything the refuge has to offer with you.

Or, head to Palm Desert, CA. This town will take you closer to an hour and a half to drive to, but is known for its outdoor adventures that you can do with your dog. Hiking the South Lykken Trail is one of them, which has over three miles of trail to hike up and down gorgeous landscapes, perfect for true adventurists! Imperial, CA has plenty of surrounding areas in which you and your favorite pooch can find new, fun things to do.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Imperial, CA

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    Population Density 3,608/sq mi

    #1 La Mesa Park


    A little over 66 miles from Imperial, CA is La Mesa Park, a neighborhood in Yuma, AZ. In addition to having a few pet-friendly hotels for you if you’re just visiting the area, La Mesa Park also has some popular doggie attractions, like Bark Park. This three-acre park has hills, grass, walking paths, and some shady areas for the convenience of owners. With a fully-fenced perimeter, your dog is welcome to explore and have fun off his leash! Head out for a bite to eat at Sombrero, a local Mexican restaurant that has paw-friendly seating outdoors for you and your pooch to spend some quality time together. 

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    Population Density 2,782/sq mi

    #2 Bermuda Dunes


    Bermuda Dunes in Palm Desert, CA is around 90 miles from Imperial, but has plenty to offer dog lovers and their furry friends! Joe Mann Dog Park is in this neighborhood, and, although small, features a clean area with lots of grass for your favorite pup to play in. This dog park actually sits within the larger Joe Mann Park, which your leashed dog is also welcome to explore as long as you clean up after him. Here, you can hang out at the playground, pavilions, or sports courts. The Broken Yolk Café is a good place to grab a bite with your best friend, offering everything from your breakfast favorites to meaty burgers and sandwiches. 

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    Population Density 552/sq mi

    #3 Toscana


    Looking for a unique experience with your dog? Toscana in Palm Desert can give you that. About 92 miles from Imperial, Toscana is the home of Venus de Fido, an incredible spa that not only treats you to massages, fitness sessions, and more, but you can do everything here with your dog! There’s even an indoor dog park here to give your favorite pup some exercise and social time. The neighborhood has two outdoor dog parks, too: Civic Center Dog Park and Chahuilla Hills Park Off Leash Area. The latter is the perfect place for your pup to run unleashed while enjoying the incredible sights of the California landscape.  

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    Population Density 207/sq mi

    #4 Alpine Heights


    Around 87 miles from Imperial is Alpine Heights in Alpine, CA. This rural area is nestled in the mountains of California near San Diego. Here, Wright’s Field offers 230 acres of hills, trails, and fields. Using the trails, you can make your own loops with your dog, depending on how far you want to hike – just be sure to keep some water handy for your pooch! The Sunset Trail also runs through this neighborhood, and is just over three miles in length, twisting through beautiful meadows and natural water features. Hungry? Head to Mediterraneo, a unique restaurant that serves up paw-licious meals and allows dogs at outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 5,291/sq mi

    #5 Hillsdale


    Hillsdale in El Cajon will take you on the longest trip away from Imperial, but it’s worth it. A little over 100 miles from Imperial, Hillsdale offers the Wells Park Dog Run, one the locals love for its water fountains, beautiful grass, and cleanliness. Small and large dogs can also stay separate here, so your little guy can stay safe! Leash Your Fitness offers a unique way to stay in shape – and your dog is absolutely included! The business offers fitness classes that you and your dog can participate in together so you can both bond while staying healthy – and having lots of pawsome fun.

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