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Reviewed by Samuel C. on 07/08/2017

"Sebastian did an amazing job and Gnarly took to him right away! I loved the videos, and the follow up conversation. Such an engaging walker. "

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Dog Areas in Montclair, CA

11 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
4 Eateries
3 Groomers

Located in the Pomona Valley, the city of Montclair is a wonderful community for dogs and their owners. This community has 11 parks and a multi-use trail. The surrounding communities also offer a variety of pup-friendly activities. There are three veterinary clinics in town if you're looking for professional services for your pup.

Connect to the Pacific Electric Trail in northern Montclair and go for an extended walk or jog with your furry friend. This 20-mile paved pathway stretches east toward Rialto. Dogs on a leash can accompany you here, provided you pick up their waste.

Take your pal to Claremont Pooch Park for some off-leash play time. This fenced facility is just northwest of town. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, and each section includes benches, shade trees, and water stations. Make sure you clean up after your pup. 

Another pawtastic off-leash spot to visit is Baldy View Dog Park on 11th Street in Upland, located three miles north of Montclair. This five-acre facility has a large play area for big dogs and a second enclosure for smaller animals. There are picnic tables, water stations, and shade trees here. Be responsible to pick up after your dog.

The city of Montclair offers easy access to a variety of dog-friendly outdoor activities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Montclair, CA

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    Population Density 8,225/sq mi

    #1 Montclair Center

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    The downtown area of Montclair Center includes apartments, single-family homes, and a lovely park. This neighborhood is the pawfect place for a leashed stroll. When you want to enjoy some time in the park, go over to Alma Hofman Park on Benito Street. There are some shade trees and open lawn here where you and Fido can play frisbee. Bring along something to grill and have a picnic at one of the tables while your pooch lounges by your side. Dogs are permitted in this public space, provided they're on a leash up to six feet long. Pack some bags to pick up your furry friend's waste while you're here.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,304/sq mi

    #2 E Mission Blvd

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    The neighborhood around E Mission Blvd is a mixed neighborhood with commercial and residential areas. You can walk along the sidewalk past rows of homes here. When you're looking for some green space, there's a nice little park by Romona Elementary School on Howard Street. Bring Fido to Essex Park and catch a game at the ball field or stretch out on the grass. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are allowed to join you in this public facility as long as they're under your control at all times. Remember to bring waste bags and water when you visit here.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,992/sq mi

    #3 Monte Vista/Montclair

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    In the Monte Vista/Montclair neighborhood, you and your canine companion will find a high school, a hospital, and residential streets. Take your canine companion for a stroll along the sidewalks in this area. When you want to get some exercise in a green space, head to Wilderness Basin Park. This facility boasts open lawn, multi-use trails, and a picnic area. Take a jog along the paved pathway that winds through trees and plants that are native to California. You can also play in the grass with your furry pal. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you here provided you clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 3,597/sq mi

    #4 Moreno Vista

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    Moreno Vista is a small residential neighborhood with a park and elementary school. In this area, you and your four-footed friend can stroll down the sidewalk. For some fresh air and green space, take your pooch to Moreno Vista Park. There are some tennis courts and an open field here. Bring along a blanket and enjoy a picnic in the park with your special pal. Dogs can join you in this public facility, provided you keep them under your control and on a leash no longer than six feet. Bring waste bags with you so that you can clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 8,864/sq mi

    #5 Via Palma

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    The area around Via Palma includes residential streets, an elementary school, and a pocket park. Take a quiet walk along the sidewalk past single-family homes in this neighborhood. To enjoy a little open space with your furry pal, go for a stroll in Sunset Park on Orchard Street. There are shade trees, picnic tables, and a natural surface trail where you can stretch your legs. Bring a snack to share with your pooch here. Dogs are allowed to join you as long as they're on a leash no longer than six feet. Remember to bring water and waste bags to pick up after your furry friend.
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