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If your four-legged companion loves the ocean, then Newport Beach is the place to go for a long, happy seaside walk. From miles of beach access to locally owned shops along palm tree-lined streets, Newport Beach is a picturesque and exciting place. Orange County is pet-friendly all around and this is noticeable in Newport Beach where you'll find a variety of pet stores, boutiques, and pet-friendly restaurants. 

The best part about Southern California is the sunny weather year-round, making it easy to find outdoor seating for you and your pup at any cafe or restaurant any time of the year. If you want to do some shopping while out and about, there are several options. Kriser's Natural Pet is a chain store on Irvine Avenue that you can visit. Heading towards the Balboa Peninsula, Charlie & Me is a boutique pet store offering food, toys, and more to take home to your pampered pooch.

Terrain in Newport Beach
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The region's topography changes depending on where you decided to walk in Newport Beach. If you're sticking around the Balboa Peninsula area, you'll find the streets are flat and easy to navigate by foot. The sandy beaches are a great place for a walk or run, but remember to watch the temperatures. On a hot day, the sand heats up and could harm your pup's paws. 

Much of the northwestern part of Newport Beach is suburban with many quiet streets lined with houses. Some of the streets have slight hills, but the area invites you for a relaxing neighborhood stroll. In the west, you'll find long stretches of busier roads and hilly streets. There isn't a lot for a dog and their owner to do in this area and fast-moving cars can be dangerous. For the best walk in Newport Beach, stay around the beach and suburban areas. 

Greenways in Newport Beach
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Orange County have an average of:
60 Greenways
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Newport Beach offers so much in space to run around and enjoy. While the closest bark park is in Costa Mesa, a few blocks over from Irvine Avenue, most areas are pet-friendly as long as Fido is on a leash. Most beaches in Orange County allow leashed dogs on the sand before and after peak hours, including Newport Beach and Corona Del Mar Beach. You'll see that most dog owners take advantage of this and many will bring their pets for a walk at sunrise. Check with each location for specific hours. 

On the Balboa Peninsula, there is a bike path that runs several miles along Newport Beach, allowing pet access all day. You'll still be able to enjoy the ocean views while taking your pup out for some fresh air. If you're interested in some hiking, the Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve offers hundreds of acres of hiking trails through wooded areas. 

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