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Allied Garden is a neighborhood of northeast San Diego, California, located 16 minutes from the downtown central business district. There are commercial business establishments along Mission Gorge Road and a shopping area on the southwest side of the community where residents can walk to local services, shops, and restaurants.  


Pet owners will find a chain pet store and unique pet shops in the area as well as several veterinarians. The shopping district on the southwest side has local eateries that allow dogs to join their owners in their outdoor seating areas.  There are also schools, a recreation center, and a large medical center. 


San Diego has beautiful weather throughout the year with mostly dry, warm days.  Winters are mild and heavy winter gear is not required as the temperature is usually well above freezing. There are some overcast and rainy days, especially in May and June, but a light rain jacket will usually suffice to keep you dry while walking with your pet.

Terrain in Allied Gardens
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Allied Gardens is an irregularly shaped neighborhood with the San Diego River on the north, Rancho Mission Canyon on the east, more natural terrain on the south side, and the Grantville neighborhood on the west side. There is some light industrial and commercial activity along the main thoroughfare , Mission George Road, and a commercial area on the southwest side where more traffic is present.  


A gated mobile home park is situated on the north side but the bulk of the neighborhood is made up of single-family detached homes. Private properties are well landscaped and maintained with large trees and attractive yards and gardens. 


The terrain in the area is hilly with natural areas surrounding the community.  When walking with your dog in the district, you will be faced with some up and down hill treks. Streets in the area do have separate sidewalks for pets and pedestrians to use, so they do not have to share the road with traffic.

Greenways in Allied Gardens
3 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Diego have an average of:
9 Greenways
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Allied Gardens canines will find the Mission Trails Regional Park located on the northeast side of their community, offering over 7,200 acres of natural canyons, hills, peaks, bluffs, and rugged terrain with 65 miles of hiking trails. Dogs must remain leashed on the trails and you should be prepared to pack out any pet waste or litter to preserve this wilderness area. Check trail conditions in wet weather as some steep, dirt trails in the area may be closed. If you and your adventurous pup want to check out some of the more mountainous terrain in the park, you will be treated to spectacular views! 

For a “tamer” local greenway, you can stroll on by the Allied Gardens Recreation Center which has trees and open green space. It also has a paved walking path on its property that is centrally located, easy to reach, and appropriate for people and pets of all ability levels.

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