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Dog Areas in Lytle Creek

20 Parks
5 Trails
Lytle Creek is a small community that is pretty remote due to its location in the San Gabriel Mountains in San Bernardino County. If you and Fido are hiking junkies and love a good day out exploring, then Lytle Creek is where you want to be. Lytle Creek has one fantastic veterinary center that you can take your furry friend to for a check-up before getting your hiking on.

Make sure to take Fido to Lytle Creek Park when you're in town, you both won't regret it. Offering 17.9-acres of doggie fun with basketball courts, tennis courts, a picnic shelter, benches, BBQ grills, playground areas, and a walking trail with exercise equipment, Fido won't know where to start when you bring him over. Remember that your pup needs to stay on leash while visiting the park.

If Fido is up for a picnic or camping, then head over to the Applewhite Picnic Area. This family-friendly picnic area is opened from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and your dog needs to stay on leash while you visit. You both can decide if you want to spend the day up there picnicking, or stay the night and rent out a camp site.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lytle Creek

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #1 Timber Mountain

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    Telegraph Peak is a fantastic trail to explore with your furry friend by your side. The hike is 11.6-miles long and known to be pretty difficult. It will take you through the Angeles National Forest, and could take up to eight hours to complete, so watch the time if you want a shorter hike. The trail is a loop route with beautiful scenery that includes forest, streams, waterfalls, and mountains. Your dog needs to remain on leash while hiking, and be cautious as the terrain is rocky and steep with a high altitude. Don't forget to bring plenty of water and some snacks while you take this wild adventure with Fido.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 92/sq mi

    #2 Mt. Baldy

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    If you and Fido are looking for a challenge, then check out the Ontario Peak Trail. This 12.5-mile hike is known to be extremely difficult and takes about 7 hours to complete. The hike will take you past beautiful streams, ruins, and forest, and is usually heavily populated with other extreme hikers and outdoor lovers. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you explore, and occasionally check his paws since the hike can get rocky. Depending on the weather, the trail can also be covered with snow since the altitude is so high, so dress accordingly. Don't forget your water when hiking- you will need it. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 11/sq mi

    #3 Scotland

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    The Bonita Falls Trail is a smaller and easier hike for you and your furry pal to do together. The hike is 1.5-miles in length and moderately trafficked, so you won't be alone. The trail route is out and back, and it features a waterfall. Your dog is welcome to join you for the hike, but needs to stay on leash, especially since some of the rocks you walk on can come loose. While hiking, you will encounter a creek that you have to walk through, but Fido will love the minute to pause and jump around. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #4 Lytle Creek

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    Grab Fido and challenge yourself on the Middle Fork Road to Icehouse Saddle Trail. The trail is an out and back, and features a river. In total, the trail is 14.4-miles long and can be difficult to complete. Your dog needs to stay on leash while hiking, but the trail is open year around and easily accessible. Besides hiking, you can camp, bird watch, and watch the wildlife on this trail. If you do the complete climb, you will come across a beautiful waterfall, and maybe even some mountain goats. Make sure to bring plenty of water and food for you and Fido while you hike.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,663/sq mi

    #5 Etiwanda Estates

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    If Fido is up for a small drive, sixteen miles out of Lytle Creek is the Etiwanda Creek Community Dog Park in Etiwanda. This pawsome dog park has a separate area for small and large dogs, with a mixture of grass and dirt surfaces. The park has plenty of room for running and trees to provide shade, as well as trash cans, water, and clean-up bags. They even have benches for owners to sit on and watch their pup socialize and have a good time. Your dog will be tired out by the time you two drive home.
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