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Dog Areas in Murrieta

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
23 Groomers

In Southern California, between San Diego and Los Angeles, lies the rapidly growing community of Murrieta. This city is still expanding at a fast pace and there a lot of animal related amenities and attractions in Murrieta, pointing towards a very animal-friendly environment.

Dog owners are in heaven in Murrieta, California, as there are many places to walk the dogs. One of the most well-liked options is the Country Kennels Dawg Water Park. It is already great if a town has an off-leash dog park. Murrieta offers its canine citizens not only multiple dog parks but a dog water park to boot. The water park consists of a saltwater pool, a baja ledge, diving dock, tunnels and water spouts.

The Torrey Pines Dog Park and JC Pooch Park are other options for dogs to run around and get much-needed exercise in. Both parks are divided into an area for small dogs and an area for large dogs. There are also benches, picnic tables and plenty of trees to provide shelter for the sun.

To top things off, dog owners can enjoy an adventurous hike through the Cleveland National Forest by following the Fishermans Camp Trail. This route trails through 6.5 miles of canyons, forests, meadows and rolling hills and make for a great day spent outdoors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Murrieta

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,830/sq mi

    #1 Torrey Pines


    Torrey Pines is a quaint neighborhood in Murrieta. Whether by enjoying the summertime at the baseball diamond in the local dog park or by hiking for a more natural oasis, Torrey Pines has it all. With multiple field areas, snack bars, play grounds and baseball diamonds, and barbeque areas, the Torrey Pines dog park seems like doggy paradise. Protected by fenced areas, the local dog park is a safe and friendly way for your canine friends to cool off from the summer heat – perhaps after a long game of fetch. Private areas for fly ball, training, and agility are a must for this neighborhood, and can be found frequently throughout the local dog park.

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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 756/sq mi

    #2 Temecula


    Temecula, just a 15-minute drive from Murrieta, is a complete tail pleaser and is one of the most popular nearby destinations. With two dog parks, dog-friendly vineyards, and several trails tucked inside, Temecula is a dog lover’s paradise.  To ensure safe and waggy tails, all dogs are welcome to the parks as long as they have a nice disposition and proof of vaccines. The parks have five acres that are fenced into appropriate areas for a fair few games of fetch, ponds to get down and dirty, and are equipped with wash areas to clean up a bit after. Designated off-leash areas are also included for extra furr-endly dogs that need to release untapped energy. There is also plenty of shade for on-looking pet parents. Bring your fur-legged friends and go wine tasting at the local vineyard, which has outside seating for the comfiest of pooches and luxurious wines to taste. Whether you are hiking a local trail or sitting back and sipping wine, all fury friends are welcome to join your exciting adventure!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 872/sq mi

    #3 Lake Elsinore


    Lake Elsinore is the perfect destination for a watery getaway. Located only fifteen minutes away from metropolitan Murrieta, Lake Elsinore is a pawtastic place for all types of hiking adventurers. San Juan Loop Trail is the perfect place to paws for reflection or meditation from the hustle of the adult world. Comprised of a two-mile trail, Lake Elsinore is a beautiful spot to visit for nature and dog lovers. With the beautiful lake and trail, San Juan is known to be one of the most visited trails in the Santa Ana Mountains. For dog and hiker safety, all dogs are asked to be leashed at all times, and hikers are encouraged to keep their dogs hydrated while hiking. Regardless of hiking experience, all are welcome to hike the trails of Lake Elsinore – especially with furry companions. 

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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,523/sq mi

    #4 Oceanside


    Oceanside is perfect for every beach lover who also has a big heart for their furry friends. Furnished with several parks, wineries, beaches, and trails, Oceanside is a beautiful seaside dog lover haven. Local parks allow leashed dogs access to the beautiful ocean and sandy shores. The park owners ask that your dog be friendly to others and come fully vaccinated for safe play. Local wineries offer great tasting locally brewed wine and areas for your furry friends to kick back and relax alongside you as you discover your favorite wine. Although 50 minutes away from Murrieta, Oceanside is one of the most popular destinations for dog lovers and is well worth the drive!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 509/sq mi

    #5 Fallbrook


    Fallbrook, about a half an hour drive from Murietta, is the perfect destination for all types of hiking adventurers. Complete with both lengthy trails for the experts and short trails for beginners, Fallbrook is a beautiful spot for outdoorsy pups. With several mountain preserves and trails, hikers will have numerous options to choose from. Just as the name of this town presumes, a waterfall is artfully crafted into one of the 1.5 mile trails. Fallbrook is just a thirty minute drive from Murrieta, and the beautiful ranches and mansions along the way makes the drive appear enchanted.  With two hiking trails and one mountain preserve, Fallbrook is an energetic dog’s paradise.

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