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Dog Areas in Running Springs

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Running Springs is a lovely area that’s right in the middle of the San Bernardino National Forest. Featuring breathtaking views all around and gorgeous scenery, this is the place to be for walks unlike anywhere else. The nearest animal hospital, Rim Forest Animal Hospital, is located in the nearby city of Twin Peaks a short fifteen minutes away.

Right off Keller Peak Road is the Exploration Trail, a nearly nine mile hiking trail that’s friendly to all dogs on a leash no longer than six feet. The hike is moderate and offers some impressive views, as well as a lake. The bugs can get intense, especially in the warmer months, so definitely bring some bug spray. If you plan to hike the entire way, bring some snacks and water enough for both you and your pup.

Branching off Fredalba Road is Fredalba Trail, a lovely scenic route that sports mountains of wildflowers during the warmer months and views unlike any other. Leashed pups are welcome, making this an ideal route to add to your daily routine. There is only one trailhead, so you will have to hike back to the entrance to get off the trail.  You and your pup will certainly enjoy all there is to see in Running Springs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Running Springs

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    Population Density 3,373/sq mi

    #1 Arrowbear Lake

    Arrowbear Lake is a peaceful community surrounded by forest and wildlife. Being in the middle of a national forest gives this place spectacular and unique scenery. Bring your pup for a stroll down by Arrowbear Lake for a gorgeous view of the shimmering waters. Right off Tank Road is the Music Camp Trail, a relatively easy route that takes you all the way down to Keller Peak Road. Make sure to bring enough water for you and your pup, as there’s not always easy access to it. You’re sure to have a blast exploring this natural area with your best furry friend!
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    Population Density 3,738/sq mi

    #2 Fredalba

    For a gorgeous retreat that’s filled with breathtaking views, Fredalba is simply the best there is. Right off Fredalba Road is a walking and biking trail that takes you through simply stunning woodland and natural views. The route itself isn’t very long or intensive, but remember to bring water as there’s no access to it along the trail. All dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet, for the safety of both the pup and the surrounding wildlife. Shade is somewhat limited, so definitely bring protection for those hotter days. Make this walk a part of your daily route!
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    Population Density 5,002/sq mi

    #3 Running Springs

    Named after the city it’s in, Running Springs is a lovely neighborhood that has easy freeway access and unrivaled scenery. It serves as the home to the Children’s Forest Trail, a short one mile trek that’s on mostly even ground and perfect for older dogs, or those who would just like a brief stroll through the great outdoors. Though the walk isn’t long, it’s advised to bring ample water with you as it can get especially hot in the warmer months. Remember to keep your pup properly leashed and the two of you are certain to have a pawtastic time!
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    Population Density 3,112/sq mi

    #4 Town Center

    Town Center is a gorgeous little spot in Running Springs that, like the name suggests, is tucked right in the center of the city.  For a breathtaking view, try heading down to Long Point off Old City Creek Road. This area is a fantastic spot for admiring the natural landscape, and is a perfect short walk for bringing your pup along! Right off Knoll View Drive are even more pathways that can make for a peaceful stroll with your four legged friend. Though somewhat rugged, the area is dotted with trees that provide the occasional patch of shade. Off-roading vehicles may occasionally pass by, so if your pup is spooked by cars, it may be best to choose a quieter spot.
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    Population Density 1,840/sq mi

    #5 Green Valley Lake

    Green Valley Lake, a small community named after the city it’s in, is a lovely little getaway area that’s but a few minutes outside of Running Springs. Take a pitstop at the body of water that names this spot, Green Valley Lake, and enjoy the rippling waters with your favorite pup. If you want to explore some spots that are even more isolated, you can make your way down to the Green Valley Campground. Aside from camping spots, there are plenty of areas to do some old fashioned hiking and get in some good exercise for both you and your furry pup.
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