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Dog Areas in Ontario, CA

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In the east part of the Greater Los Angeles area and part of San Bernardino County lies the city of Ontario, California, with a population of over 160 000 people. This manufacturing and agricultural community derive much from its economic power from the LA/Ontario International Airport, which, fun fact, is one of the largest cargo airports in the country.

The citizens of Ontario, California, are generally very welcoming to animals, and many households own at least one dog. While there are no off-leash dog parks in Ontario, there are a large number of recreational areas in the surrounding suburbs. The best option in town to walk the dog is the Cucamonga-Guasti Park. This regional park is centered around a large lake and allows dogs as long as they are leashed.

The neighboring town of Eastvale offers two alternatives: Dairyland Park and American Heroes Park. Both of these parks are recreational areas with a separate section for dogs. Owners of smaller dogs do not have to fret as there are special areas in both dog parks just for them.

Another great option is the Cypress Trails Park in Chino, which is at a close distance from Ontario, California. While this park does not have a designated off-leash area, it does offer a few amenities for dog owners including multiple spots with plastic bag dispensers.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ontario, CA

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    Population Density 3,293/sq mi

    #1 John Galvin Park

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    The John Galvin Park neighborhood surrounds the 42-acre park between Fourth Street and G Street in the northeast section of the city. This large park has plenty of open green space for on-leash walking and exercise. The park has picnic sites and shelters for picnics and barbecues. Schimmel Dog Park is a recent addition to the main park, and is the pawfect place to let Fido stretch his legs and run free. This fully fenced grassy area gives dogs a chance to run and socialize. There is a separate enclosure for large and small dogs. Leash-free exercise and a bit of nose-to-nose socialization gives dogs that extra wag in the tail. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,262/sq mi

    #2 Cucamonga-Guasti

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    Cucamonga-Guasti is a place with many outdoor activities for people and their dogs. The Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park located at 800 N. Archibald Avenue makes for a enjoyable day trip. The park has two ponds for fishing, and there are scenic walkways for dogs to take a human on some on-leash walks. This 150-acre park also has pedal boats and a water play area. It’s unclear whether or not dogs are allowed to enjoy these amenities with their humans, so it may be a good idea to call ahead of time to ask. This scenic getaway seems like it would be located out in the country, but it is just in a dog’s backyard. 

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    Population Density 3,293/sq mi

    #3 South Ontario

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    In South Ontario there are many dog-centered activities to check out. This neighborhood has several public parks: Kimball, Ontario Centennial, Westwind, and Creekside. Dogs must stay on-leash when in these parks. There’s plenty of green grass to romp in, and the fresh scent of the outdoors is good for dogs and their people. The parks have playground equipment and are good places to get some exercise or to enjoy a picnic with the whole family! The hardest decision you’ll have to make here is deciding which park to visit first! All these parks have a shortage of parking, so it is best to avoid peak times when visiting. 

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    Population Density 4,223/sq mi

    #4 Redwood Cypress

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    Redwood Cypress is a urban-like setting that offers many dog-friendly activities. This neighborhood has many public parks, including the Ontario Dog Park. This dog park is located at 415 Transit Street. This is a large, grassy fenced dog park. There is only one enclosure, but it is big enough for small and large dogs to make space for themselves. A dog can exercise leash-free, and even make a friend or two. Water is available, and there are waste receptacles to keep things tidy. A picnic table gives a person a chance to rest and even eat a snack while keeping an eye on the dog.

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    Population Density 3,468/sq mi

    #5 Euclid

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    The Euclid neighborhood has many parks for dogs and their human companions. Veteran’s Memorial Park and Sam Alba park are areas where a leashed dog can take a walk in the evening. The Memorial Park has many pleasant walking paths. Both parks have large, open green areas or ball fields where dogs can walk on-leash. Cleaning up after your dog is a rule of both parks. If Fido got down and dirty at the park, take him to Euclid Pet Grooming at 1739 S. Euclid. They give a dog a bath and brush with a little tender loving care. Grooming is done on everything from a poodle to a Great Pyrenees. Euclid Pet Grooming is a pro in giving a painless trim. 

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