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Bay Ho is a neighborhood of San Diego, California, located just over a 15-minute commute north of the central business district. There are many local businesses located along Morena Boulevard on the west side of the community, where residents can access local restaurants, shops, and services, including the Rose Canyon Animal Hospital. Walkability of the area is affected by the large geographic space and the disparate residential sections, set on mesas that are divided by natural canyons and impede foot traffic. 


Warm, sunny weather is, however, cooperative for long strolls with your dog most of the year. Use caution in extremely hot temperatures during summer months when heat-related illnesses can occur. Take walks at cooler times of the day, bring water for you and your dog, and do not overexert or stress yourself or your pet. Winters are mild and cold weather is not a factor that will prevent you from enjoying treks with your pup in Bay Ho.

Terrain in Bay Ho
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
Bay Ho is bordered by Balboa Avenue on the south side, Interstate 5 on the west, Clairemont Drive on the west, and Mt. Soledad Freeway on the north border. The San Clemente Canyon is also situated along the north border, Stevenson Canyon is situated in the south section of Bay Ho, and several other smaller natural canyons extend through the community. These canyons have rough terrain, steep elevation changes, and waterways with native flora and fauna adjacent to area homes.  


Dwellings in the residential areas are single-family homes with lawns and desert-friendly landscaped surfaces, as well as palm trees and traditional ornamental trees. Residential areas tend to have gentle inclines, but there are steep grades between them that are set on high mesas with natural terrain separating subdivisions. 


Natural areas have steeper terrain, while area roads and pedestrian ways in the vicinity of this canyon can have hills that are difficult for people and pets to trek up and down.

Greenways in Bay Ho
4 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Diego have an average of:
9 Greenways
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There is a small lake and greenway off Camino Coralino on Bay Ho’s west side with houses backing onto it from the east side and large commercial stores on the west. This lake has walking trails around it which make excellent places for nearby residents to walk with their dogs.

The San Clemente Canyon and Marian Bear Memorial Park stretch along the north border of Bay Ho. This greenway is 467 acres in size with tributaries of larger waterways and native chaparral and sage along hillsides. Local wildlife makes this canyon their home and dog walkers can see native birds, mammals, and reptiles on canyon walks.  The park has several miles of excellent hiking trails to explore with your dog.

Stevenson Canyon and other ravines in the area also provide a natural habitat for wildlife and native plants.  These canyons have game and hiking trails made by locals. 

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