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Dog Areas in Newport Coast

13 Parks
2 Trails
15 Shops
13 Eateries

Newport Coast, California is an affluent area in Orange County. This gorgeous seaside locale was once its own census-designated community, before it was annexed into Newport Beach, California in 2001. Newport Coast is primarily occupied by beautifully maintained residential areas full of exquisite (and expensive!) homes, as well as several natural areas which you and your pup can explore together. 

While you're adventuring in Newport Coast, you'd be barking mad not to visit Crystal Cove State Park. Come and walk your dog along the three miles of coastline here, or explore the gorgeous canyons. You can also marvel at the Crystal Cove Historic District's beach homes, some of which date back to the 1930s.

Another furrific spot to explore is Buck Gulley Reserve, home to a breathtaking natural canyon. The walking trails here are the pawfect place for a stroll in nature. Locals advise that the paths here are narrow and sometimes difficult to navigate. If your bloodhound is looking for a real adventure, let him explore the caves! Looking for a more relaxed activity? Book an interpretive tour!

You and Fido will certainly have a hard time getting bored with all there is to do in and around Newport Coast!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newport Coast

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,210/sq mi

    #1 East Coast Drive

    After you're finished exploring all the natural areas in Newport Coast, your dog can join you for a filling meal at Ruby's Diner. This restaurant has an all-American menu with all your favorites, like chicken and waffles. Start your meal off with a unique appetizer, like an order of fried green beans. The sriracha burger is a local favorite. You can even get a Vegwich if you are looking for a vegan option. You'll have to keep your fur baby on a leash for your visit. Bring a dish if you would like your pup to be served their own meal.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,957/sq mi

    #2 Oceanfront

    In just eight miles, you can get to Newport Beach from Newport Coast. Newport Beach is one of the most pawpular beaches in the area -- probably because it's dog-friendly! The rules and regulations can be a little confusing, but they are signposted, so be sure to pay attention. Dogs are allowed to be off their leash here for a few hours a day; the rest of the time, they're welcome to play on-leash. Be careful; this beach isn't fenced, so if you do let your dog off-leash, he needs to respond well to voice commands. The beach is within walking distance of the boardwalk. You'll need to bring your own water and waste baggies.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,256/sq mi

    #3 Newport Center

    Newport Beach's Newport Center neighborhood has a unique opportunity for you and your dog. Fashion Island lets you bring your dog with you while you shop! Most of the shops are dog-friendly. Unfortunately, there are not any pet-friendly restaurants in this outdoor mall. Your dog will need to stay leashed at all times here. You will also want to carry a water dish for your pup. There are always a lot of dogs of different breeds and sizes browsing the stores here, so be sure that your dog is okay with other dogs and can socialize well before visiting. Don't forget to bring your own doggie waste bags as well.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,648/sq mi

    #4 Goldenwest

    Huntington Beach is just twelve miles from Newport Coast, and is home to a truly dog-friendly beach. There is plenty of room to take a morning walk, splash in the waves, and even dig in the sand at Huntington Dog Beach! There are no fences here, so be aware of this if you do decide to let your dog off his leash. There is a rinse station, but you will need to bring a water dish if you wish to use it for water. There are no doggie waste bags here either, so please remember to bring your own. The only downside is that the parking is sparse, and you may have to walk awhile to get to your car from the beach.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,953/sq mi

    #5 Old Pacifica

    San Onofre State Beach is located in San Clemente, just twenty miles from Newport Coast. There are multiple trails where you can walk your dog here. But the real gem of this furrific park is Dog Patch Beach, where you can play with your dog on the beach! While you are here, you will need to bring your own water, as there is no running water, as well as your own doggie waste bags. Locals pups and their parents pawsitively love this park, so if Fido wants to make some new friends, this is a great place to do it!
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