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Dog Areas in Ramona

20 Parks
5 Trails
1 Eatery
4 Groomers

Ramona is a beautiful town in San Diego County to visit with your closest friend, your dog! Close to the beach and mountains, your furry friend will love exploring Ramona, and all of the great dog friendly amenities that come with it. While visiting this lovely area, your dog will always have a safety net with Ramona’s seven veterinarians located right in town.

Take Fido for an awesome visit to one of the pawsome parks that Ramona has to offer. Collier County Park is a lovely 8-acre space that is perfect to visit for a fun day out. There's a naturally shaded picnic area with multiple tables and a BBQ, tons of grass for fetch, two playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a walking path around the park. The park is open from sunrise to sunset, and your furry friend will love taking a walk here. 

If you and Fido are craving some delicious food, stop into Rubio's Coastal Grill. This dogtastic restaurant not only allows your pup to join you for a great meal, but they also offer tasty choices like beer battered fish tacos and Alaskan pollock. If you and Fido just need a place to stay for the night, check into Ramona Valley Inn and have a good night’s sleep with your best bud by your side. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ramona

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 60/sq mi

    #1 Ramona

    The Barnett Rancho Preserve is a pawsome 728-acre reserve that offers tons of hiking trails and a pond for Fido to splash in. The preserve also offers a picnic area where you and your pup can relax and eat together. The preserve is known to have a lot of wildlife roaming about, like coyotes and mountain lions, so always be vigilant when you are out hiking. The preserve also does not offer any water, so bring a lot with you since it tends to get hot on the trails. When visiting, Fido needs to remain on leash and don't forget to bring clean-up bags with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 332/sq mi

    #2 San Diego County Estates

    Take Fido over to the Country Estates Dog Park for  an afternoon of fun off leash and socializing with new friends. The park offers a small and large dog area, so Fido can play with dogs his own size. It also features tons of grass for fetch and rolling, plus there are picnic tables for owners to sit on and clean-up bags are provided in case you forget yours. Locals love that the park is always clean. Remember to bring water with you when visiting in case Fido gets a little hot from running around.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,461/sq mi

    #3 Rockhouse Rd

    If and your furry friend want to relax together, spend an afternoon at the Eagles Nest Winery and Cottage. The winery is known for practicing organic and sustainable farming, and uniquely use sheep to do all their weeding. They offer award winning red and white wines for your palate. The winery welcomes your pup to join you for a wine tasting, and even offers water bowls and sweet potato treats to make his experience just as fun as yours. Their wine tasting rooms offer a beautiful patio for you and Fido to relax on with a beautiful view of the Ramona Valley.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #4 High Valley

    Twelve miles out of Ramona is the Mount Woodson Trail in Poway. There are tons of different trails for you and Fido to hike around, a lake for Fido to splash around in, and an area to watch rock climbers ascend those heights. The trails are usually covered by trees to help provide shade and keep the trails cool, but make sure to keep an eye on the poison oak while you hike. While visiting Mount Woodson Trail, make sure to keep your dog on leash, and don't forget to bring your water and clean-up bags as they are not readily available here. Your dog will love his adventure and be tired for the car ride home.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 474/sq mi

    #5 Blue Crystal Trail/ Millards Rd

    If Fido is looking for a more extreme trail to hike, then head to the Iron Mountain Trail in nearby Poway. Fido won't mind the drive over since the hike will be all he is thinking about. This moderate trail is 5.75-miles and takes about 2.5 hours to complete. The trail is popular among dog lovers, and locals say the trail will be safe on your furry friends paws. With clear markers, you don't have to be worried about getting lost. Make sure to bring plenty of water for the hike, since the trail does not provide a lot of shade, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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