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Dog Areas in Orange, CA

2 Parks
2 Trails
16 Eateries
17 Groomers

The city of Orange, California is about 30 miles south of Los Angeles in Orange County. The town is known for its Old Towne Orange Historic District, which has several places to dine outside and a variety of more than 60 antique shops, making it the antique capital of California.

If you and your pup enjoy scouting new trails and scouting the wilderness (and maybe some wildlife!), the favorite hiking spot in the area is Peter’s Canyon on Canyon View Drive. The park has about 350 miles of trails through grasslands, woods, marshland, and coastal scrub where you can see all kinds of wildlife. There are deer, opossums, raccoons, coyotes, and be on the lookout for a bobcat or two. The trails range from beginner to difficult so choose whichever one suits you and your furry friend.

If you would rather just rest and watch Fido run and play, check out Orange Dog Park in Yorba Park on the corner of Yorba Street and Chapman Avenue. This is a popular park with separated areas for large and small dogs, and even has water fountains, poop scoops, and poop bags. When you get hungry, you can grab some food at the Lazy Dog Café on West Catella, which is perfect for dog lovers. In fact, it would seem kind of weird if you didn’t bring Fido along to a dog café, wouldn’t it? They have unbelievable food and the staff truly loves dogs. There are plenty more to choose from in the city of Orange; enjoy your stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Orange, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,745/sq mi

    #1 Eisenhower PK Butterfield

    This neighborhood is in north Orange. This suburban area has many new houses, and the lawns are carefully landscaped. Dogs are found in more than 50% of these homes. Dogs of all breeds can be seen on walking on leash in the evenings. This neighborhood also has the Eisenhower Park. Dog can get some on-leash exercise in this scenic vista. On the way home, stop in at the In-N-Out Burger at 2585 N. Tustin. This restaurant knows how to cater to a carnivore’s big appetite! The Protein Burger, which is all meat -- and a side of all cheese -- hits the spot after so much fun at the park.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #2 Yorba Prospect

    Yorba Prospect is a neighborhood of home owners. This park-like neighborhood is family-friendly. Dogs love living here! Maybe it’s because this neighborhood is home to the off-leash Orange Dog Park at 190 S. Yorba Street. This fenced enclosure lets dogs run safe and free. There is a space for large and small dogs, and water and waste cleanup bags are provided onsite. The locals note that the water bowls are often knocked over by rambunctious pups. Keep in mind that this park is temporarily closed, and is slated to reopen in January 2018. As of September 2017, this park doesn’t have any restrooms, so keep that in mind when planning your trip.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #3 Handy Park

    Handy Park has a plethora of shops and restaurants. An added bonus is that this area is dog and family-friendly. The streets are safe, the people living there take pride in their houses. They also take good care of their four-pawed family members. No dog stays dirty here for long! Coats are cleaned and cut. Paws receive a regular pedicure. The Handy Park is a destination for human and dog to go for some exercise. Fitness is important to dog and person in Handy Park. There’s room to run on leash here. There is also a large field for kids to play ball in. You might say this park is, well, pretty handy!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,540/sq mi

    #4 Old Towne

    Old Towne is a quaint mixed use area of Orange. The homes here are older and some have unique architecture of a bygone age. If you’re interested in architecture and want to take a look at the homes of Old Towne, a simple walk around the block with your leashed dog makes for a quick and easy outing. There are some good restaurants in Old Towne, and a good number of them are dog-friendly. Ristorante Mascarpones located at 1446 E. Katella offers some Italian fare in an outdoor setting. Kimmie’s Coffee Cup at 190 S. Glassel serves a hearty brunch outdoors, so bring a friend along!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,524/sq mi

    #5 Santiago Hills

    Santiago Hills is a new development in eastern Orange. These upscale new houses average in the half-million and above range! Needless to say, dogs are not just well cared for, but are pampered like the princes and princesses they are. A day or weekend trip to the Peter Canyon Regional Park gives the canine royalty an opportunity for some on-leash exercise. There are both easy and rugged trails at the park. The park is hilly with trees, grass,and sagebrush. There is a family picnic area, so bring a lunch to share. Hikers tackling the more primitive trails need bring extra water especially for their four-legged companion.
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