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Dog Areas in La Quinta

13 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
18 Eateries
1 Groomer

If you live in La Quinta, you know how dog-friendly this city is! This California city has parks that welcome dogs both on- and off-leash, and it also has lots of dog-friendly restaurants. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there are three highly-rated clinics in La Quinta.

Looking for a fun place to hike with your dog in La Quinta? Check out Fred Wolff Nature Preserve! This preserve welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has both paved and unpaved trails. These trails offer amazing views of the desert and the mountains surrounding La Quinta. Bring water with you, and have a great time hiking here.

Desert Pride Park is another fun place to for an on-leash walk with your dog. This small but beautiful park has a paved walking path where you can take your dog for leisurely strolls. As you go along the path, you’ll get to see stunning pieces of public art. There are also plenty of picnic tables where you can enjoy a snack or lunch with your pup. 

You and your dog will always have a great time here and in the many other dog-friendly parks in La Quinta!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Quinta

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #1 Avenue 52


    If you’re looking for a pawesome off-leash park, Fritz Burns Dog Park is perfect for you. This fun off-leash area includes separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. Both areas are filled with grass for your dog to run in, and both areas are fenced to keep your pup secure while they’re playing. Bring water with you, and enjoy playing here. If you want to get a sweet treat after the dog park, check out NitroInfusions. This modern ice cream shop serves ice cream scoops made with liquid nitrogen. Sit at one of the shop’s dog-friendly outdoor tables, and bring your dog their own treat to enjoy!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 465/sq mi

    #2 Jefferson Street


    Looking for a good place to hike with your dog? Head to Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area, a 710-acre park that welcomes dogs on-leash. This park is located at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains, and you’ll get stunning views of the mountains as you walk around the park. The park also has a large, manmade lake where you can go fishing with your dog. Or, you can simply go for leisurely strolls around the water. If your dog loves rolling around in the grass, they’ll also be excited to see the recreation area’s huge lawn. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a fun day out at this park.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,252/sq mi

    #3 Miles Avenue


    This neighborhood is home to another great off-leash area, Pioneer Dog Park. This dog park has separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, and both areas feature small hills for your dog to run on and trees to keep them cool. There’s also water available for your dog in the park. Bring a tennis ball or your dog’s favorite toy, and have a pawsitively amazing time playing here! If you’re hungry after the park, check out The Broken Yolk Café. This casual café welcomes dogs on their outdoor patio, and they’ll bring out a water bowl for your dog. They offer delicious breakfast classics, including omelets, pancakes, and waffles. If your dog was a good boy at the park, order him his own side of bacon!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,721/sq mi

    #4 The Mesa


    If you’re looking for a good place to take a leisurely stroll with your dog, try the Moorten Botanical Garden & Cactarium. This beautiful garden is located 21 miles from La Quinta, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. The historic garden first opened all the way back in 1938, and since then, it's amassed a large collection of cacti and succulents. It also has tons of beautiful native palm trees. If you want to bring some plants home with you, they have cactuses and succulents for sale! Bring water and doggy bags for your pup, and enjoy exploring this unique desert attraction.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 53/sq mi

    #5 Edgehill Drive


    This neighborhood is home to Cahuilla Park. This park is 11 miles from La Quinta, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you can go for a stroll on the park’s multi-use trail. This trail will take you through a beautiful desert landscape and past stunning rock formations. Bring lots of water for you and your dog, and have a furtastic time hiking here! If all that hiking makes you and your dog hungry, check out Le Donne Cucina Italiana. This Italian eatery allows dogs at their outdoor tables, and your server will bring your dog water and plain meatballs. While your dog enjoys their meatballs, you can dine on delicious and authentic pasta dishes, risotto, seafood, and more.

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