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Dog Areas in San Pedro, CA

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San Pedro is a borough in LA and a real retreat from the busy city feel of downtown. It's also a great place for you and your wag-tailed tag-along to sample that relaxed Californian way of life. San Pedro only has one pet-friendly hotel,The Doubletree by Hilton San Pedro, but this one is something special as it overlooks the ocean and has great amenities. Although more expensive than some budget alternatives, this place is rated highly among locals and vacationers alike. Note that The Doubletree by Hilton charges a pet fee, and only allows one small dog to stay per guest.

One of the main pupular attractions in sunny San Pedro is Knoll Hill Dog Park. This park is a well-organized place for your canine crazy to blow off a little steam. Point Fermin Park is around an 8-minute drive from San Pedro and has spectacular ocean views, beautifully kept grassy areas, and picnic benches for you to chill with Chewy. Kite flying is particularly popular here, as is picnicking, so best keep ahold of that leash!

San Pedro has a few furrific parks where you and Fido can spend some quality time together, but you can find even more dog-friendly fun just a short drive out of town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Pedro, CA

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    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #1 Coastal San Pedro

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    Coastal San Pedro is home to Korean Bell of Friendship. This beautiful monument, donated by the South Korean government as a token of lasting peace, is located in Angels’ Gate Park and commands a stunning view over the Pacific Ocean. Joan Milke Flores Park is a short walk from the Korean Bell of Friendship, and, like the previous two parks, this is a great place to relax and enjoy those sea views. If the sea air is giving you and your leash-tugging buddy a bit of an appetite, head over to Lighthouse Cafe, where you and Fido can chow down on your breakfast favorites.
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    Population Density 3,117/sq mi

    #2 Rancho Palos Verdes

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    This scenic spot, located just over 15 minutes from San Pedro, really is the place to be with your wag-tailed wonder! Not only are there 4 dog-friendly parks to chews from, but there’s also 5 dog-friendly restaurants and a beautiful (but a little high-end) hotel with no additional fees or restrictions for canine guests. There are 5 vacation rentals that welcome your happy hounds, and there’s even an off-leash dog park: Rancho Caninos Dog Park. It is worth noting that a strict on-leash policy exists at the 155-acre Forrestal Nature Reserve and the 55-acre Alta Vicente Reserve. This is for your own protection, as snakes are a common sight. The leash rules are strictly enforced by a park ranger.

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    Population Density 13,828/sq mi

    #3 Hermosa Beach

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    Just a 20-minute drive from San Pedro is a really beautiful waterfront spot to visit. One of its most pawpular attractions is the Hermosa Valley Greenbelt. This 3.7-mile converted rail line is part of the Rails-to-Trails initiative and is a fantastic place to stroll with your four-legged friend. The trail has nearby parking in Hermosa Beach and has a very mild gradient. Another puptastic place to walk is the 1,000 ft pier with its tiled pavilions along the way. This is a great place for a rest stop or just a nice spot to look back on the lights of Rancho Palos Verdes.
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    Population Density 5,483/sq mi

    #4 Wilmington

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    One of the biggest advantages of staying in the Wilmington neighborhood of LA is its location -- you’re only a 7-minute drive away from San Pedro. This primarily residential neighborhood doesn't have much to offer dog owners, but it does have its own dog-friendly hotel. The Monterey Inn Hotel charges a pet fee and only allows small dogs to accompany hotel guests. This hotel is a real “cut the frills but keep the quality” kind of place for you and your furry friend to stay in. Wilmington is also just a few minutes east of Long Beach, where dog-friendly fun abounds!
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    Population Density 2,172/sq mi

    #5 Seal Beach

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    Seal Beach really is a perfect hangout spot for you and your little (or big) buddy. It’s just a 19-minute drive from San Pedro, and is located near lots of dog-friendly attractions. Seal Beach itself has plenty for dogs to do, see, and smell. There’s 16 dog-friendly restaurants here, as well as an excellent hotel and an off-leash park. At Arbor Dog Park, all pups in the pack can play together, regardless of their size. If you have a small dog that doesn't play well with the big boys, you might want to give this one a miss. Gum Grove Park is a 10-acre park that's loved by locals, and provides access to river walks and rail trails. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore this park.
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