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Dog Areas in Pearblossom

Located in Antelope Valley in California, Pearlblossom is a small unincorporated community. The name of the place came from the number of pear farms that once could be found in the Antelope Valley, some of which still exist today. The majority of those farms have returned to their natural landscapes. 

This small place doesn't have a veterinary hospital that can help with any health problems your dog might have, but there are two animal hospitals in Palmdale, which is only 15 miles away from Pearblossom. 

If you feel like trekking a moderate trail with your four-legged friend, try the Mount Islip Trail. This trail is 4.2 miles long, and leashed doggos and horses are welcome to use the trail. All you will need to bring is fresh water and some waste baggies! 

Other than the Airbnb rentals, there aren't many dog-friendly accommodations in Pearblossom. If you're into camping though, you can try the Bandido Group Campground, where doggies have to be leashed when outside of the vehicles. For more traditional accommodations, head to Palmdale. 

If you and your hound are hungry, you'll need to travel to Palmdale. This city is home to more than 10 dog-friendly spots. Lancaster, which is 28 miles away, also has some dog-friendly places to sniff out with your pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pearblossom

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    Population Density 23/sq mi

    #1 South Pearblossom

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    If you're looking for an easy hike to take your pooch on in Pearblossom, you should check out the Devils Punchbowl Trail. This trail is around a mile long and it's considered to be easy to moderate. It would take you around an hour to complete this loop trail with your dog. You can access this trail all year long, and doggies are welcome on-leash. The trail is also kid-friendly so it can be a fun activity for the whole family. The rock formations that you will encounter on the way will take your breath away. Fresh water and poop baggies are essentials if you decide to visit this trail. 
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    Population Density 197/sq mi

    #2 Mount Wilson

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    If you want more of a challenge for you and Fido, try the Waterman Mountain Trail. This trail is another loop trail, but it's a slightly longer one at around 5.6 miles. Doggos are allowed as long as they are on-leash on this moderate trail. The best time to visit this trail is from May to November. Along the way, you will meet plenty of birds and wildlife and get the chance to enjoy scenic views and the wildflowers. You can find this trail around 30 miles from Pearblossom, in Mount Wilson. Don't forget to take water and poop baggies with you for cleaning your pup's messes.
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    Population Density 45/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Lancaster

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    If your doggo feels more comfortable walking in a simple park where meeting new fur-iends is a must, then head to Apollo Park. This park is located in Lancaster, around 34 miles away from Pearblossom. Here, you will discover 54 acres of lush green space as well as picnicking and fishing opportunities. Prepare to meet other dogs and their owners -- this is a pawpular spot! Your dog has to be leashed, but that won't ruin the experience. Ducks and geese inhabit this park, so make sure your pooch is friendly with other species before heading there. Kiddie playgrounds, BBQ pits, and three man-made lakes are among the amenities on offer here. Don't forget to clean up after your pooch!
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    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #4 Strawberry Peak

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    Around 29 miles away from Pearblossom, you can find another exciting trail where you and your pooch can hike. The trail is called Strawberry Peak Trail and it's located close to Mount Wilson. The length of the trail is 6.8 miles and it's rated difficult, so if you decide to go, make sure you're fully prepared with plenty of water, doggie treats, and poop baggies. Fido has to be leashed on this hike. Keep in mind that there's no shade, so it can get very hot. It's best if you do this hike early in the morning to avoid overheating your pooch. 
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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #5 Valyermo

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    Twenty-six miles away from Pearblossom, you can check out the Big Horn Mine Trail, which is around 4 miles long. Doggies are welcome here as well, but they need to be kept on-leash. The trail is easy and it won't take too long to finish, around 2 hours. It's best used from March to October and features a river and plenty of scenic views. Since the trail is easy, it's suitable for everybody, especially if you have an older doggo that needs to exercise carefully. The trail is also kid-friendly, so feel free to bring the whole family! Make sure you carry water and poop baggies with you. 
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