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Dog Areas in Mountain Center

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5 Trails
1 Eatery
Mountain Center is a lovely small town inside the San Bernardino National Forest. This small community has an elevation of 4,518 feet, making it a great destination for hiking lovers. Filled with tons of trails and a few parks to check out, your pup will have a great time while in Mountain Center. Although there are no veterinarians in town, there are plenty in the surrounding towns.

Take Fido out on a hike on the Pyramid Peak Trail. This 7-mile trail takes you through the San Bernardino National Forest and lies along the Desert Divide, which is a part of the Pacific Crest Trail. You and your pup will get an amazing view while you hike. Make sure to bring plenty of water since there is a lot of sun exposure on this trail.

Get a bite to eat at The Paradise Valley Cafe. This casual joint dishes out traditional American fare including breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Fido will be drooling to get a taste of your burger while you both enjoy the dog friendly patio.

If you are looking for a place to get a good night's rest with your pup, check out the Lake Hemet Campgrounds or the Bar Studio at Lucky Star Ranch. Both places welcome Fido to join you for an additional fee, and offer a good night's rest before you continue on your adventure through the mountains.

Fido will love exploring this beautiful town of Mountain Center with you! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mountain Center

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6/sq mi

    #1 Palm View Peak

    Grab Fido and go on an amazing hike through the mountains on the Pal View Peak Trail. The 9-mile hike will take you through the forest, which can make for quie an invigoratig workout. The trail is lightly trafficked, making it a nice quiet hike for you and your pup to enjoy however long you wish to travel. With an 1,860-elevation gain, you both will be feeling the burn as you journey the trail together. With an out and back route type, it will be hard for you and your pup to get lost, which is perfect for new hikers.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #2 Thomas Mountain

    If you and your pup are looking for a little more of a difficult hike, check out the Thomas Mountain Trail together. This 12-mile hike can take about six hours to complete, and will offer amazing views of the Natioanl Forest and the valley below. With an out and back route type and a 1,502-foot elevation, your dog will love every minute of this fantastic hike. The trail tends to be secluded, so make sure you are well equipped to handle it by yourself. The trail also offers next to no shade, so bring plenty of water for both you and your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 20/sq mi

    #3 Apple Canyon Road

    Take Fido out to Hurkey Creek Park if you both aren't in the mood to hike, but still want to spend an afternoon out under the sun. The park is filled with tons of trees to help provide shade for you and your pup, plus it gives you a stunning mountain view. If Fido does want to get a walk in, take advantage of the numerous trails that go throughout the park. If you both want to spend a night or two under the stars, the park offers 130 campsites where you can enjoy a good night out in nature.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 25/sq mi

    #4 Toro Peak

    Head out to the Toro Peak Trail if you and your pup are on a time crunch or looking for a smaller hike to complete. This hike is 3.25-miles long and will lead you through a bunch of pine tree and wooded area, plus there is a short detour that will take you past an old cabin in the forest. With an elevation gain of 967-feet, this hike is perfect for beginners looking to still get a good workout in. Once you reach the peak of the trail, you will get a stunning view of the Salton Sea, San Jacinto, San Gorgonio, and the Cleveland National Forest. Make sure to bring water with you as you hike.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #5 Pinyon Pines

    Get a good workout with your furry pal on the Sheep Mountain Trail, a 12.5-mile hike through the San Bernardino National Forest that will leave you both feeling invigorated! The hike has numerous hills that will take you up and down an incline, plus some rocky grounds, so make sure you both are equipped for this difficult hike. With a 2,916-foot elevation, you both will be feeling the burn on this out and back route. This trail is not for beginners and can be very difficult to complete at times, so bring water and take your time as you and your pup make your way through it.
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