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Dog Areas in Rowland Heights

5 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

Rowland Heights, California is nestled into the Puente Hills in the San Gabriel Valley, in Los Angeles County. This culturally diverse town has an eclectic feel, and is sometimes called “Little Taipei”. The surrounding nature combined with the warm mediterranean climate make it a great area to spend time outdoors with your dog!

Whether you’re a visitor or a local with a dog in Rowland Heights, the Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park is a must-sniff. This park is known for its beautiful ume and sakura cherry blossom trees. 500 of these trees were donated to the park by the Kairaku-en park in Ibaraki, Japan in 1992. This 575 acre park has 75 acres that are developed for walking, hiking, youth camping and a variety of sports. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the park with their owners. For a relatively easy hike and views of pretty wildflowers, try the 4.2 mile Schabarum Trail!

It’s not surprising if you and your pooch will want to stay a while in this town. Fortunately, Motel 6 Rowland Heights makes it easy! They allow pets up to 30lbs for no additional fee. Call ahead to reserve a pet friendly room. 

With so many nature trails and pet amenities in the area, owning a happy, healthy dog in Rowland Heights is a sitch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rowland Heights

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    Population Density 3,652/sq mi

    #1 Rowland Heights

    The Rowland Heights neighborhood in Rowland Heights is trail paradise, with tons of accessible nature nearby. It’s from this neighborhood that you can access Powder Canyon, a large natural area that features some great dog friendly hikes! The Black Walnut Trail is somewhat short, but ascends quickly to some beautiful views of the surrounding hills. The Powder Canyon Trail is another great option, stretching about 5 miles from the horse corral to the horse stable. There are several stretches over exposed hills, so be sure to bring plenty of water for you and your dog! Your pup is allowed to enjoy and explore along with you, as long as he stays leashed and is picked up after.
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    Population Density 5,583/sq mi

    #2 Batson Avenue

    Residents and dogs of this neighborhood love hanging out at the Pathfinder Community Regional Park. This 29 acre park is a great place to have some outdoor fun with beautiful mountain views. The park features a splash pad, playground and some athletic fields. Best of all for your pup, there are some walking trails and large grassy areas you both can enjoy. Since this is a multi-use park, your pup will need to stay leashed and be picked up after, so don’t forget the clean up bags! When it’s time for a treat, head over to Yi Mei Deli. This Asian deli has three outdoor dog friendly tables, and offers tasty pastries like the Chinese Donut and Taiwanese Prosperity Cake.
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    Population Density 7,254/sq mi

    #3 Sierra Leone Avenue


    The Carolyn Rosas County Park is a popular urban park in this neighborhood. Why not switch up your morning walk with Fido and pass through this park to enjoy some greenery? The park features a splash pad, basketball court and restrooms. There is also a large, multi-use field that your pup will love to sniff and play on. Your dog will need to stay leashed in this park. After working up an appetite, head over to Cocohodo to indulge in some fresh baked pastries. They have outdoor dog-friendly tables, and feature delicious walnut pastries filled with a sweet red bean mousse.

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    Population Density 7,323/sq mi

    #4 Otterbein-Fairway

    In the Otterbein-Fairway neighborhood of Rowland Heights, you’ll find the town’s namesake park. Rowland Park is a hidden gem, and a fur-tastic place to hang out with your pooch. It offers a great opportunity to meet other neighborhood dogs for some pawsitive socialization. This park features baseball fields, basketball courts, soccer fields and tennis courts. Bring along some lunch and dog biscuits, because there is a gazebo and picnic area with barbeque grills available to use as well. The park welcomes dogs as long as they stay leashed. There are restrooms available for the humans, but be sure to bring along some waste bags for your pup!
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    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #5 Carbon Canyon

    Just a short trot over the border to the Carbon Canyon neighborhood in the town of Brea brings you to another puppy paradise. The Carbon Canyon Regional Park is 124 acres of sprawling wilderness. It features large grassy areas for picnicking, sports facilities, restrooms, and a small lake with fishing piers. Best of all, this park has a trail that winds through Orange County’s only grove of Coastal Redwoods. You and your pup will love wandering through these majestic giants together. Alternatively, there is a long trail that heads east and connects to the Chino Hills State Park. Your pupper is welcome to join you on your adventures, so long as he stays leashed.
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