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Dog Areas in Redlands, CA

3 Parks
7 Shops
17 Eateries
13 Groomers

In the shadow of the Little San Gorgonio Peak lies the city of Redlands, California. The city is a little over 60 miles east of Los Angeles and is a haven for pet parents in the southern California area. Above the city is the Santa Ana River which offers rustic views and a fun place for a hike with Fido. Redlands invites a pleasant number of tourists who come to visit the Splash Kingdom Family Waterpark. This means there are tons of pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, and places to spend the day with your doggo. Whether strolling through downtown, or spending the day at the dog park, you're never in short supply of a fun doggie-friendly outings!

Of course, with a southern California climate comes plenty of dog parks and trails like the Redlands Dog Park and great places to chow down like Pieology, located near the Redlands University campus. Even after all the excitement Redlands has to offer, you and Fido can hop on the highway to watch the sun disappear beneath the Pacific Ocean. Pet parents will also be pleased to know that there are 6 veterinarians within the city's borders. Also, as a pet safety plus, there are 8 pet stores that offer everything from holistic dog food to medical supplies & medication.

It's no wonder dogs think Redlands is one pawesome place!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Redlands, CA

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    Population Density 3,276/sq mi

    #1 Blossom Heights


    Do you have a Chihuahua or Xoloitzcuintli — the Mexican hairless dog? If you do, Blossom Heights might be the place to live for you! This the place to get your dogs in touch with their Central American heritage. The Blossom Heights neighborhood is a welcoming suburb with a great dog-friendly Mexican restaurant. At the Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, you can get authentic smothered burritos, piled-high nachos, and a tres leches cake. Cafe Rio has plenty of outside-seating, so you and your pup can enjoy the food and the lovely California breeze!

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    Population Density 6,113/sq mi

    #2 Post Street


    Is your dog a scholarly academic who enjoys the fine literary stories of "Bark Twain?" The Post Street neighborhood is the place for your studious pup! Located directly below the university, Post Street has the college town atmosphere, which means great affordable restaurants. Pet parents will be pleased to know that many of these establishments are pet-friendly like Pieology, Lunch at Mitten, and Eureka!. At Pielogy, you can grab any kind of slice imaginable. Eureka! serves up greasy pub food like lollipop corn dogs made with Polish sausage, while Lunch at Mittens is a quick lunch spot with great meatloaf!

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    Population Density 6,113/sq mi

    #3 Independence


    Does your dog love to play with other dogs? Then Independence is the neighborhood for your Fido! Open from dusk till dawn, the Redlands Dog Park is both fun and free. The dog park has two fenced-in areas — one for small dogs and one for big dogs. The park has a 1-acre grass surface perfect for playing. The rest of the Independence neighborhood is also equally dog-friendly. You can take a stroll along Orchard Drive for a tree-filled trek around the block.

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    Population Density 4,311/sq mi

    #4 South Redlands


    Is your dog an In-and-Out Burger fan? Just one French fry won't hurt! In the South Redlands neighborhood, you can find more than just burgers. Down the street is where you'll find everyone's favorite dog-friendly eatery — Tess' Place. Tess' has great everything. From the Caprese Salad sandwich, a charcuterie board, or maybe a caramel macchiato, you’ll find something you love here. If you're hankering something greasier, then there's always In-and-Out too!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,747/sq mi

    #5 Olive Ave


    Where's your dog's favorite place to dig holes? That's a question often asked in the Olive Ave neighborhood, where pet care is a favorite in the real estate polls. Olive Ave also has an off-leash dog park called Hulda Crooks. Visiting the park might start to seem like a "tail of two cities" between the Redlands Dog Park and Hulda Crooks. Both parks are awesome! There's also a convenient hiking trail right next to the park if the play is too 'ruff' in the fenced-off area. Always a good idea to bring some water with you! After getting some exercise, it's time to munch. The Asian entrees served at Pick up Stix are always fresh, and the staff always greets doggos with a welcoming attitude. You and Fido can grab a Grilled Teriyaki Salmon with red peppers, carrots, broccoli, and onions — deliciously tossed up a wok!

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