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Dog Areas in La Crescenta

2 Parks
2 Eateries
5 Groomers

The unincorporated community of La Crescenta is in northern Los Angeles and overlaps with the city of Glendale. There's one park within the city limits and a variety of dog-friendly outdoor activities in the surrounding areas. If you need professional assistance for your pup, there are four veterinary clinics in town.

One place to take your canine companion to enjoy an outdoor adventure together is the Deukmejian Wilderness Park. This 709-acre facility is largely rugged and undeveloped. There are walking trails at the southern end of the park. Dogs are permitted here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up their messes.

Another pawesome hiking area is La Tuna Canyon Park, located about four miles west of La Crescenta. There's a moderately difficult, mixed-use trail here that ascends through the woods to the top of the ridge. Catch stunning views of the San Gabriel Mountains. You can bring dogs on a leash as long as you clean up after them.

Another canyon park with great hiking trails is about 12.8 miles from town. Wildwood Canyon Park features a 2.6-mile pathway that allows dogs on a leash. The hike is moderately difficult, and it yields furrific views of the area. Make sure you pack water and waste bags for your adventure.

For dogs and their owners in La Crescenta, there are a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Crescenta

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,187/sq mi

    #1 Hwy Highlands

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    Hwy Highlands, on the western side of La Crescenta, is just north of US Hwy 210. This residential neighborhood includes a school and a few commercial buildings. Across the highway, there's a puptastic park where you can let Fido play off-leash. Head to the Crescenta Valley Dog Park that's located in the Crescenta Valley Community Regional Park. This facility includes separate fenced areas where small and large canines are free to romp and play together. There are some shade trees, benches, and water stations here for your comfort. Make sure you pick up any messes left by your four-footed friend.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,784/sq mi

    #2 Crescenta Highlands

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    Crescenta Highlands is a densely populated area located on the western side of La Crescenta. This neighborhood includes streets with sidewalks where you can safely stroll with your pup. There's a community park here with some open space, a walking trail, and an athletic field. Go for a walk or jog around Dunsmore Park with your pooch. After you stretch your legs, enjoy a picnic while your furry friend relaxes by your side. Dogs are welcome to accompany you in the park, provided you keep them on a leash. Remember to bring along some waste bags to pick up after your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,380/sq mi

    #3 Briggs Terrace

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    Located in the northeast end of La Cresenta by Sutton Canyon, the lush neighborhood of Briggs Terrace is a peaceful development featuring tree-lined streets and private single-family residences. Here, you can go for a hike along Canyonside Road with your pooch. When you want to share a picnic in the park with your special pal, take him to Two Strike Park on Rosemont Avenue. This facility includes tables, open spaces, shade trees, and a walking trail that winds through the park. Dogs on a leash may join you here. Make sure you bring along waste bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,036/sq mi

    #4 La Crescenta

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    The La Crescenta neighborhood by the Foothills Freeway includes residential streets, schools, and a shopping center. Walk your pup on the sidewalk in the area to get a little exercise. When you're looking for a spot to get some fresh air, head to Montrose Community Park on Clifton Place in Glendale. This facility, which is just two miles from La Crescenta, includes open spaces and partially wooded areas for you and Fido to explore together. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you in this public park. Remember to bring some waste bags to clean up any messes left by your pooch.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,412/sq mi

    #5 Whiting Woods

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    Whiting Woods, located south of La Crescenta in the city of Glendale, is a quiet neighborhood located on the border of the Verdugo Mountains Open Space Preserve. This is a pawtastic area to go exploring with your pooch. Go hiking with your pup on the trails in this 244-acre natural area that's part of the San Gabriel Mountains. Enjoy the stunning views of the main range in the distance. You may bring your  canine companion with you when visiting this area, but he needs to remain on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Remember to bring some water and waste bags with you.
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