There are 31,386 dogs in the city of Pasadena, California, and that means there is plenty of fun to be had for dog lovers and their furry friends. If you like hiking and nature, you will want to head for the Eaton Canyon Nature Area on North Altadena Drive. It has 190 acres of walking and nature trails for all skill levels, tons of wildlife and plant life, and a nature center with live animals, an auditorium, restrooms, and a gift shop.
The Strawberry Creek Trail on Angeles Crest Highway is a moderately challenging six-mile hike in the Angeles National Forest with the tallest peak (6164 feet) on San Gabriels! You and Fido need to bring a lot of water and sunscreen if you are doing this hike in the summertime because it can be incredibly hot up there at that elevation.
Once you’re done hiking sit down with your furbaby and have a brew at Lucky Baldwin’s Pub on South Raymond Avenue. They have 63 different kinds of beer on tap and serve great pub food too! Of course, they will bring Fido a bone and his own dish of water.
When you get tired, get a room at one of the dog-friendly hotels in Pasadena; such as the Westin Pasadena on North Los Robles Avenue, Sheraton on East Cordova Street, or the Langham Huntington Pasadena South Oak Knoll Avenue. Enjoy your stay in Pasadena.
Alice’s Dog Park is a slice of canine wonderland. Embrace the 2.5 acres of open grassland, for both you and your dog to enjoy. The park has plenty of amenities for the two of you, such as grass mounds, water stations, and doggie bag dispensers. Dawn or dusk, this park has everything you need to keep the focus on fun. Find a shady spot beneath the tree, brush off your furry coat, and get ready to meet some new furry friends. After all, every adventure requires a first step – and adventure is just what you’ll find at Alice’s Dog Park!
Located opposite the historic Arroyo Seco of Northeast Los Angeles, Hermon Dog Park is a pawfect spot in the city. With separate areas for large dogs, small pups, and elderly canines, this park is a slice of nature for everypuppy. Water fountains are available for the dogs inside of the park, as well as a double gated entrance to each fenced area, ensuring that you and your furry friend are healthy and safe as you play. Take a rest on a bench, or beneath a shady tree, and watch your dogs make friends of a lifetime at Hermon Dog Park.
Tired of running aimlessly after an over excited pooch? Looking for somewhere on-the-leash to train your pup? Then check out Arcadia's Dog Park at Eisenhour Park. Fully fenced in, and with separate areas for smaller dogs, you and your fluffy companion can enjoy a sensational stroll beneath the shade of the trees. It’s time to unleash your dog’s full potential and grow the bond between you and your pup in a safe, friendly environment. Alternatively, you will also have the chance to meet the local dogs, as well as their friendly owners, and form friendships that you’d never thought pawssible!
If fresh air and a family friendly space is what you need, then Lacy Park is the place to be! Take a walk down the winding walkways, get lost amongst the flower beds, or bring the family for a picnic in the sunshine. Lacy Park is the perfect blend of shady spots and sun, for every kind of pooch. Leashes are required for your furry friend, but the beautiful scenery, as well as the lengthy walk, will keep your pal entertained all day long. So what’re you waiting for? Get that tail wagging and go on down to Lacy Park!
Is your pup feeling a little ruff around the edges? Need somewhere to stretch its legs in the sun? Worry not! At Sierra Madre Dog Park, you and your dog can shake off the sleepy blues and get the exercise you need. With a well-kept grassy field, plenty of shade, and a fun and friendly atmosphere, Sierra Madre Dog Park is a place for every dog. You can be sure that your dog will get the best of both worlds, from quiet spots to lie in the sun, as well as plenty of space to run, skip or play fetch!