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Dog Areas in Santa Ana

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Santa Ana

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    Population Density 91,321/sq mi

    #1 Centennial Park


    Centennial Park in Santa Ana is a family-friendly area which includes local public schools, The Heritage Museum and Centennial Regional Park for recreation. Centennial Regional Park is quite large, coming in at 70.5 acres. It has 466 parking spaces, a lake, soccer fields, 4 baseball fields, restrooms, room for football, skate park, picnic areas and basketball courts. This is a great spot to stop off to take in some scenery with the lake there or go for a nice walk with your pup! The Santa Ana River Trail is also a multi-use trail that's a great place to walk your pup!

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    Population Density 6,029/sq mi

    #2 West Grove Valley

    West Grove Valley is located in Santa Ana right between the Santa Ana River and the San Diego Freeway. There is plenty of shopping available at the Plavan Plaza Shopping Center and there are many dining options close by. For families with pups, Mile Square Regional Park offers residents access to walking paths, open spaces, and water features. The park itself rests on 55 acres, including a 20-acre urban nature area that can be enjoyed by dogs that are on leash anytime the park is open. The park also hosts pet and charity events like Bark for Life, Pet Fair in the Park, and Howling Halloween In the Park!
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    Population Density 2,468/sq mi

    #3 South Coast


    This Santa Ana neighborhood gives individuals access to shopping at South Coast Plaza, entertainment at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, and activities at local parks. Wakeham, Wimbledon, Griset, and Shiffer Park all allow dogs on-leash to accompany their humans for a stroll, and the Santa Ana River Trail offers dogs and their owners the opportunity to explore the 50.3 miles of the trail! The Westin South Coast Plaza, OakWood, and the  Crowne Plaza all offer dog friendly lodging options in the area! Feeling hungry? Darya and In-N-Out Burger both allow dogs on their premises. 

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    Population Density 77,765/sq mi

    #4 Tustin


    2.5 miles west of Santa Ana is the town of Tustin, California. Close to the Santa Ana Zoo, it is close to several entertainment and dining options. A great local outdoor activity you can enjoy with Fido would be a jaunt down the Tustin Branch Trail.  This trail is one of 1,600 rail-trails that are supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy that reuses unused railroad corridors to be utilized for physical activity. Kriser’s Natural Pet Store hosts Yappy Hours, where you and your furry friend are invited to mix, mingle, and enjoy snacks provided by The Honest Kitchen!

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    Population Density 1,340/sq mi

    #5 Lacy


    This central Santa Ana neighborhood is close to plenty of dining, entertainment and local events to participate in with your pooch! Flower Street Park, Birch Park, Sasscer Park, and Angels Community Park all have wide open spaces and walking paths that allow dogs on leash to enjoy the grounds with their owners. Bids and Bites for Bassets is a dog-friendly event where you get to enjoy great appetizers, desserts, beer, wine, and sangria. Attendees can participate in an auction that will have prizes ranging from wine tastings, behind-the-scenes zoo tour, custom paintings of your dog, and more! 

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