Dog Walkers in Oak Park, CA

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Dog Areas in Oak Park, CA

20 Parks
13 Trails
2 Eateries
10 Groomers
Oak Park is located in the Simi Hills of Venture County, and borders the Santa Monica Mountains. With the numerous beautiful hiking trails that Oak Park has to offer, its obvious why you and your furry friend love hanging out in this pawsome town. Oak Park is also home to two veterinarians that will help to keep your pup healthy and happy.

Grab Fido and head out to the Medea Creek Park Trail for a fun day out. The trail is only 0.9-miles long, and is an out and back trail. The distance is perfect for the busy dog and dog parent who still want to explore and have a good outing, but are also on a time crunch. If you're a beginner to hiking, this trail is perfect since it only has an elevation gain of 55 feet and will be easy on the legs.

After a good day out, or even to start your day, make sure to stop into Beanscence Espresso. This awesome eatery dishes out breakfast, sandwiches, smoothies and more. They welcome your pup to join you on their outdoor patio to relax and enjoy a nice meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oak Park, CA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,628/sq mi

    #1 Shadow Ridge

    The Oak Canyon Dog Park is the perfect spot to take your furry pal for some off-leash fun and to socialize with some new dogs. The park is divided into two separate areas, one for large dogs and another for small dogs. There are water fountains, benches for humans, and plenty of grass for fetch and rolling in the Oak Canyon Dog Park. It is open from 7 a.m. until dusk, and there is a 200-foot hike from the parking lot to the dog park. Also be aware that there is not a lot of shade at the park since it is still realtively new and the trees haven't fully grown. Don't forget to bring clean-up bags with you when visiting.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 132/sq mi

    #2 Morrison Sutton Valley

    Grab Fido and check out the Simi Peak Trail for a fun day out hiking. The trail is a pretty easy 5-mile hike that is moderately trafficked. The hike will take you through the beautiful Santa Monica Mountain National Recreation Area, and can take up to three hours to complete. This trail has an elevation gain of 1397-feet. Once you reach the top of the hike make sure to take photos since the view will be breathtaking. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash since there is lots of wildlife in the area. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 710/sq mi

    #3 Malibu Creek

    If you and Fido are looking for a smaller dog park, then head over to Calabasas for the Calabasas Bark Park. Only eight miles out of Oak Park, this small dog park is unique since it has a separate area for children to play so the dogs aren't disturbed while running around. The park also has water fountains, benches, and a shaded area. There are wood chips and grass areas, so your dog will love all the areas to run. Locals love how well maintained the park is and says it is a hidden jem in Calabasas. Don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 863/sq mi

    #4 North Rancho

    Seven miles out of Oak Park is the North Ranch Open Space: Hillcrest Open Space Preserve and Sandstone Hills Trail in Thousand Oaks. This trail is perfect for a weekend hike since it is only 1.7-miles long with a 524-foot elevation gain. While hiking, you will see beautiful native wildflowers, but beware of the snakes and other wildlife that roam around. Your dog is welcome to join you so long as he remains on leash. Don't forget to bring plenty of water with you while you hike, since it can get hot. Locals warn the the hills can get steep, so take breaks if you and Fido need it.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,916/sq mi

    #5 Upper North Ranch

    If you and your pup are looking for a hike that is filled with other dogs and easy to do, then look no further then the Oak Canyon Trail. This trail is 2.1-miles long and goes in a loop. Your dog needs to stay on leash while hiking, but will enjoy all the exploring he can do. There are plenty of trees to help provide shade for you and your pup, plus you will get a lovely view of the wildflowers while you hike. Watch out for rattlenskaes, which are often seen on this trail.
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