The residential and natural areas around Scripps Pomerado are pleasant places to walk with your pet and San Diego’s climate provides warm, sunny weather for outings with your dog. Winters are cool, however, temperatures are above freezing and inclement weather does not prevent you from excursions with your pet, even in cooler months. Summer weather can be very hot and you may choose to take your dog out for walks earlier or later in the day when temperatures are not so extreme. Overcast days and rain are more common in the spring, however, a rain jacket will keep you dry and you can still venture out with your pup.
Scripps Pomerado is a quiet suburban community with no main thoroughfares, so traffic on residential streets is local. The community is bordered by Pomerado Road on the west and north and natural terrain on the south and east sides.
The residential streets of Scripps Pomerado have only gentle inclines. The topography in the surrounding areas is much steeper with elevation changes and rough terrain.
Homes in the area are single-family detached dwellings that are closely set. Residential streets have separate sidewalks for people and pets, so you don't have to share the road with traffic. Main roads on the borders also have pedestrian ways you can use to travel to adjacent neighborhoods, parks, and green spaces. Private properties are beautifully landscaped and maintained, creating residences in the area that are upscale and well situated. The attractive residential streets and stunning natural landscape in the area make great places for you to walk with your dog.
Scripps Pomerado canines can enjoy natural terrain, wilderness parks, and designated dog parks all nearby. The community is located on a natural area with hilly terrain and natural trails just south and east of the community. People and pups will experience some steep climbs and rough terrain, so they should be prepared with good footwear.
Just north of the neighborhood, you can walk to Cypress Canyon Park. It is about 10 minutes on foot and this park has walking paths, recreational facilities, water fountains, and some shade trees. If you and your dog walk down Stonebridge Parkway to the east, you will come to Sycamore Canyon Park which is about a 30-minute hike away. This park has open sports fields and trailheads that will take you and your adventurous pup into the canyon and natural areas.
If you are looking for some off-leash activity, there are two nearby dog parks. The Meanley Open Dog Park is 10 minutes drive to the west and you can easily enjoy the area with your pup.