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Dog Areas in Pico Rivera

17 Parks
1 Trail
5 Eateries
13 Groomers
Bordering the San Gabriel Valley, Pico Rivera is a great spot for you and Fido to explore together. Being eleven miles from downtown Los Angeles, near Long Beach, and just a skip away from LAX, it is no wonder you and your furry pal will love hanging out in Pico Rivera. Home to seven veterinarians, you and Fido can also feel safe and secure when visiting.

Grab Fido and head out to one of the great parks that Pico Rivera has to offer. Not only will Fido get a great day of exercise in, but you both will love spending some time outdoors. Obregon Park is a fantastic spot to visit, and it's open from dawn until dusk. The park is 1.3-acres and offers benches, water fountains, an open grass area for fetch, and a nice walking path for you and Fido to enjoy. If you are looking for a park with a few more amenities, then check out Pico Park. This park is 17-acres with a picnic pavilion, outdoor restrooms, exercise stations, a walking path, drinking fountains, BBQ area, and more.

If Fido is in the mood to grab some food, check out Original Tommy's Hamburgers. They offer a great selection of burgers, plus hot dogs, breakfast burritos, and sandwiches. They also have an outdoor patio which is dog friendly.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pico Rivera

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    Population Density 12,680/sq mi

    #1 West Whittier- Los Nietos

    If Fido and you want to get a small walk in, Whittier Dog Park is three miles out of Pico Rivera in Whittier, and the perfect spot to let your furry pal run some energy out. The park has water for the dogs, shaded areas to help keep everyone cool, and benches for owners. If your dog likes spending time with pups his own size, he will be pleased to see that the Whittier Dog Park has a separate area for large and small breeds. If the dog park isn't working for you, then head over to the Greenway Trail, which is right next door to the dog park. Your pup must stay leashed while on the trail.
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    Population Density 2,152/sq mi

    #2 Montebello Hills

    Hiking is a great activity to do with your furry friend by your side. The Lario Trail is three miles out of Pico Rivera in Montebello, and a great spot for you and Fido to get some exercise. The Lario Trail, also known as the Rio Hondo River Trail, is 17.3-miles long with a surface covering of asphalt and concrete. The trail will lead you through Los Angeles County and along the Los Angeles River. You will pass through some neighborhoods on your hike, and even come to a picnic area where you and Fido can rest and get some water if you need it. Don't forget to being clean-up bags with you on your hike.
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    Population Density 8,610/sq mi

    #3 Rio San Gabriel

    Grab Fido and head out to the Dog Park Downey in Downey. Only five miles out of Pico Rivera, your furry pal will love running around this park off-leash and meeting some new friends. The park has two sections, one for large dogs and one for small, plus benches for owners to relax on. There are plenty of trees to help provide shade and grass for fetch and rolling. Locals say the park is a bit small for larger breeds, so if you have a big breed dog, you may want to consider a different park unless your dog doesn't mind smaller spaces.
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    Population Density 1,480/sq mi

    #4 Bell Gardens

    If you and Fido are both foodies and looking for some great options to eat out, check nearby Commerce which has some great options. Only five miles out of Pico Rivera, your dog will love his mini adventure to go grab food with you. Aqui Es Texcoco has been featured on the Travel Channel and the Cooking Channel. They serve Mexican inspired meals, and are most known for their lamb barbecue. Lucero Bakery is a great place to stop for a sweet snack. They are known for their churros which you can add caramel, strawberry, or vanilla flavor to. If Fido is in the mood for some boneless wings, then head out to Wingstop, where you can choose from an array of different sauces to top your wings with. All of these great eateries have dog friendly patios and love when Fido comes along for a meal.
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    Population Density 2,965/sq mi

    #5 Hollydale

    The Hollydale Dog Park is located in South Gate, which is only nine miles out of Pico Rivera. The park offers some great amenities, like doggie water fountains, trash cans, a shaded area for owners, and a separated area for large and small breeds. There is mostly dirt covering the ground, so make sure to bring a towel in case Fido gets a little messy. If your dog loves agility equipment, the Hollydale Dog Park has an agility course for Fido to play with. If your dog gets tired of the park but still wants to explore, take him along the walking path that Hollydale Regional Park has to offer.
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