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Bay Park is situated a 13-minute commute north of San Diego, California's central business district. The Bay Park neighborhood is mostly residential, but there is a commercial area located centrally at Clairemont Village with local shops, eateries, and services that residents can access on foot. The Clairemont Village Pet Clinic is also situated here. 


The walkability of the area is hampered by the large geographical region it occupies, separate residential and commercial sections, and natural landscaping that impedes foot travel. 


Dog walkers and their pets will enjoy sunny, dry, warm weather on most days for outings with their pups. Hot temperatures in the summer can result in heat-related illnesses if precautions are not taken. Take shorter walks, pack plenty of water to stay hydrated, and choose cooler times of the day to take your pet for hikes. Spring weather can be overcast and foggy with some wet weather, but it is usually short-lived and does not prevent you and your pooch from taking daily strolls.

Terrain in Bay Park
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 Park is bordered by Interstate 5 on the west, Balboa Avenue on the north side, and an irregular border along the Tecolote Canyon on the south and east sides. The Tecolote Golf Course provides manicured green space on the east side on the canyon. Canyons also extend centrally through the neighborhood and many homes border the rough natural terrain. 


Elevation changes occur throughout the neighborhood. Some residential areas have more gentle inclines while other sections have more prominent, steeper grades, so you and your dog may have to do some up and downhill hikes, depending on your location. 


Homes are single-family dwellings on well landscaped and maintained properties. Most traffic in the area is local and light, and there are separate sidewalks, so people and pups don't have to share the road with vehicles. The east border of Morena Boulevard is lined with commercial activity and businesses, and has more traffic for dog walkers to contend with.

Greenways in Bay Park
5 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Diego have an average of:
9 Greenways
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The Tecolote Canyon on the southeast side and the canyons in the middle of the community are threaded through with natural trails. Elevation changes, waterways, and rough terrain can be challenging for dog walkers, so make sure you choose trails that are appropriate to you and your dog's ability.  Be aware of local wildlife, some of which can be threatening to your dog. Keep your pet leashed on wilderness trails and be prepared to clean up after your pup to preserve these natural areas. 


Neighborhood parks such as Krause Family Skate and Bike Park, and Western Hills Park provide developed greenways near housing with paved paths and recreational facilities and fields that make convenient locations. 


Take a drive across the freeway to the west to visit Fiesta Island Dog Park. This unique park has an accessible beach, fields, natural terrain, and facilities for you and your dog to enjoy and is just minutes away by vehicle.

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