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Dog Areas in San Marino

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San Marino is a city in Los Angeles County, California with a population of over 13,000 people and a reputation for having many beautiful, high-end homes. Many films and television shows are filmed in San Marino because of the unique architecture of many homes in the area. You'll also get to experience a lot of nice weather if you live in San Marino, as well as many breathtaking California sunsets. And what better way to watch a sunset than with your dog sitting at your side? To keep your pets healthy, there are a few veterinarians in San Marino, with countless more outside the city limits and within Los Angeles.

San Marino is home to Lacy Park, a 30-acre paradise that was opened in 1925. It's located in the heart of San Marino, and it's a hub of community activity and a favorite meeting spot for humans and pets. Lacy Park isn't an off-leash park, but leashed pets are welcome to join you for a stroll through the park or a relaxing day surrounded by green grass and sunshine. During the week, admission to Lacy Park is free for everyone, but on Saturdays and Sundays, there's a $4 admission fee for non-residents of San Marino. 

There are so many dog-friendly activities in and around San Marino that you and your beloved pet are sure to enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Marino

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    Population Density 3,063/sq mi

    #1 Hollywood Hills

    Wattles Mansion is a historic home in Hollywood that was built in 1907 and has become a famous landmark in Los Angeles that is popular with tourists and locals alike. Some of the abundant gardens on the property have been designated as Wattles Garden Park, and this park is only about 20 miles from San Marino. Leashed dogs are welcome to accompany you on your visit to Wattles Park, which consists of more than 50 acres of lush land that includes a Japanese teahouse. The park is very popular with dog walkers who come to take in the tranquil atmosphere while experiencing an important part of Los Angeles history.
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    Population Density 5,128/sq mi

    #2 Hastings Ranch

    The Hastings Ranch area of Pasadena is just a ten-minute drive from San Marino, and it's where you'll find Alice's, Dog Park. One of the things that makes this park stand out is that they don't use herbicide on the park's grass! Alice's Dog Park provides visitors with waste bags, water fountains, seating, and separation for big and small dogs. This park was made a reality by dedicated volunteers who wanted an impressive off-leash space in Pasadena for deserving pups and their owners, and the city takes great pride in maintaining this clean and green park.
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    Population Density 13,512/sq mi

    #3 Griffith Park

    Griffith Park is only 14 miles from San Marino, and it has more than 4,200 acres of lush terrain as well as a dog park. Like most dog parks, Griffith Park Dog Park has separate sections for big and small dogs. This peaceful spot tends to be pretty quiet. Within the dog park, there are chairs, cement benches, water, tennis balls, and waste disposal items. Griffith Park Dog Park has a dirt surface instead of grass or wood chips, so keep that in mind before your visit. If you'd like to explore the rest of Griffith Park with your dog, you're welcome to do so as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 5,319/sq mi

    #4 Arts District

    LA's Arts District lies on the edge of downtown, and it's only 12 miles from San Marino. The Arts District is known for its revival of old industrial buildings, excellent galleries, trendy restaurants, coffee shops, and boutiques. There is also a dog park in the area known as the Arts District Dog Park. This non-profit community park is run by volunteers, and it has undergone significant updates in the last few years that make it even better than it was when it was established in 2009. Today, the park has a timer-locked gate, a separate small dog area, a water fountain, pooper scoopers, and plenty of shade and trees for hot days.
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    Population Density 11,638/sq mi

    #5 Highland Park

    Northeast Los Angeles is about five miles from San Marino. Adjacent to the historic Arroyo Seco River is the Hermon Dog Park. The Hermon Dog Park has two sections: one for big dogs and another for small dogs. The surface is decomposed granite instead of grass, which makes for much easier cleanup! The park entrance is double-gated for the safety of all dogs, and the park also provides biodegradable waste bags, water, trees, and benches. If you'd like to explore outside of the dog park with your pet, just north of Hermon Dog Park is the Highland Park neighborhood which was one of the first subdivisions in Los Angeles.
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