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Granada Hills is located in the northern part of Los Angeles, California. This is a lightly populated, high income residential neighborhood with lots of schools, recreational facilities, and a country club located within the community.  The Granada Hills Community is divided into north and south by the Ronald Reagan Freeway running through it. There are some commercial areas along major roads and services, shopping, and restaurants are located near the country club.  Residents that live near these facilities and services can walk to them and your dog may enjoy a stroll through the neighborhood too. The weather in Granada Hills is typical of much of the Los Angeles area and experiences hot, dry weather in summer and slightly cooler, but still warm weather in winter.  It rarely rains in sunny California and if you're exploring the neighborhood on foot with your dog, you do not need to worry about bringing along much in the way of outerwear.
Terrain in Granada Hills North
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All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly

Because Granada Hills is located at the foot of  the Santa Susana Mountains, its northern sections are quite hilly.  Roads in the areas tend to curve and wind to follow the terrain and there are lots of natural areas between residential sections. If you are walking with your dog on foot in the area, you may experience some inclines that become steep and can make foot travel more difficult. 

Residential sections of the neighbourhood usually have separate sidewalks for pedestrians, little thru traffic, and can be leisurely enjoyed on foot.  Facilities like the country club on the east side and a therapeutic horseback riding centre to the west, provide plenty of green open areas and natural areas to the north provide a variety of scenery for pedestrians to take in. Traffic on some of the main thoroughfares can be heavy and you may want to avoid these busy areas with your dog, or keep him on a leash. 

Greenways in Granada Hills North
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Los Angeles have an average of:
18 Greenways
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Granada Hills has plenty of greenery to enjoy with your dog.  The large, 672 acre O'Melveny Park is located to the north and is the second largest park in Los Angeles. This park is largely undeveloped, although there are some small sections with cultivated fruit trees. The natural areas and trails are elevated with spectacular views of the surrounding area including the San Fernando Valley and miles of trails to explore with your pooch. Mission Point and Dr. Mario A. Campos Trail are located in this park and are popular with hikers and mountain bikers alike. 

Other parks in the area include Zelzah Park with a children's playground and open areas and Aliso Canyon Park with a 3.4 mile walking trail to the west of Granada Hills North. There is also a long greenway along the Van Norman Lakes reservoir in the eastern section of Granada Hills that can be explored with your dog.

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