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Dog Areas in Ridgecrest

6 Parks
1 Eatery
4 Groomers
Ridegecrest is a great community that is nestled between four mountain ranges, the Sierra Nevada, the Cosos, the Argus Range, and the El Paso Mountains. With countless parks you can visit, and a few restaurants to dine in, your pup will love spending time in Ridgecrest. There are three veterinarians in town to help keep Fido healthy while you are exploring.

Check out Upjohn Park with your furry friend by your side. The park offers great amenities for you and your dog, like benches, basketball courts, a gazebo for shade, and a playground. This newly renovated park has plenty of grass for a good game of fetch, plus exercise equipment and a walking path that you both can use for a good walk together.

Grab a bite to eat at Olvera's Mexican Restaurant with your four legged friend. This pawsome eatery dishes out authentic Mexican food with a fully loaded menu that will leave your dog drooling for a taste of whatever you choose. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to sit alongside you while you enjoy your meal together.

If you and Fido need to check into a hotel for the night, Ridgecrest is chalk full of them. Check out the Econo Lodge and Suites Ridgecrest, Travel Inn, Quality Inn, or the Clarion Inn Ridgecrest to get a good night's sleep with your pup by your side.

With all the great amenities and activites you and you dog can do while hanging around Ridgecrest, it will soon be a favorite spot for adventure! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ridgecrest

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 20/sq mi

    #1 N China Lake Blvd / Halsey Ave

    Take your pup out to the Leroy Jackson Park for an amazing day. This park offers numerous athletic fields, tennis courts, plenty of grass for fetch, and a nice walking path. There are lights throughout the park in case you are out past dark, giving you and Fido the perfect reason to visit in the evening. The park is also home to a dog park where your furry pal can run around leash free. The Leroy Jackson Dog Park offers large and small dog sections with trees to help provide shade, benches for owners to sit on, and water fountains so pups can stay hydrated while they are running around.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,135/sq mi

    #2 W Inyokern Rd/ N Mahan St

    For your next adventure in Ridgecrest with your pup, head to the James M. Pearson Memorial Park. This pawsome park offers a playground, a picnic area, benches for owners to sit on, and basketball courts. There is plenty of shade to help keep you both cool while you take a great walk on the walking path that meanders through the park. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to this great park. If you are in the neighborhood and need a place to rest, check into the Rodeway Inn and Suites Heritage. They welcome your dog to spend the night with you for a small fee, allowing you and your pup to get a good night's rest together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,931/sq mi

    #3 Upjohns and Down

    The Freedom Park is a beautiful park to explore and get a good walk in with your pup. There are great amenities, like a playground, plenty of trees for shade, and a gazebo that you can sit under. There is an ample amount of open grass that your dog can run on and get a good game of fetch in on, plus a large walking path where the two of you can get your walk in. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you when you visit this beautiful park, and remember that there are often events here that may not suit shy pups.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 418/sq mi

    #4 Ridgecrest Heights

    The Moyer Street Park is a dogtastic park to get your afternoon walk in with your furry pal. The park offers a nice paved walking trail that winds through a wooded area, helping keep you and your dog shaded by trees. The park doesn't offer any grass, and instead they have dirt, so if the weather is bad, the park can get a little muddy. Your dog will love exploring this park with you, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags. The park is between a few houses, so it may be hard to find.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7/sq mi

    #5 China Lake

    Solar Park is a lovely park to go and visit with your four legged friend. This huge park offers a covered gazebo, a playground, and a volleyball court. There is plenty of grass for your dog to run around and a nice walking path around the park where the two of you can get your daily walk in together. The park does have some trees for shade, but on those extra hot days, make sure to bring water to help keep you and Fido cool while you are exploring. Your dog will love exploring this park with you and getting a good walk in.
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