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Signal Hill is a bustling and welcoming city in Los Angeles County, California. Your dog will love the amazing beauty and fresh air that is sure to agree with him as you walk around town together. You will need plenty of waste bags with you, as there are countless green spaces throughout the town where your pup is sure to want to stop for some very important business. 

Hilltop Park is a pupperific place for you to keep your dog busy while you enjoy some amazing sunshine. There are walking paths, trees, and lots of open grass for those impromptu games of fetch. You will also want to take some time to enjoy Sunset View Park, just a few minutes down the road from Hilltop Park. There, you will find walking paths and plenty of room for your pup to get good and grassy!

There are three animal hospitals in Signal Hill. Each one will treat your dog like a part of their own furry families, so you won’t have to worry about finding the pawfect place to help you keep your pet’s spirits up during those stressful moments! You will need a leash when walking through Signal Hill, as the roads are busy and the sidewalks well-loved by pups everywhere!

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    Population Density 8,878/sq mi

    #1 Hollywood Hills

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    Twenty-two miles is all you have to go to find one of the largest dog parks in the area. Right by Hollywood Hills, you will find Runyon Canyon Park. This is a huge ninety-acre dog park that has everything that you and your dog could want. You can walk the multiple trails, run and play with fur friends, or find lots of new things to sniff. You will always find a new adventure is just waiting for you here. Remember to bring water and bowls because it does get hot in the summertime.

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    Population Density 3,759/sq mi

    #2 Long Beach

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    Five miles from Signal Hill is one of the best dog beaches to be found. Rosie's Dog Beach is a local favorite because it is three acres of off-leash beach that allows you to run and play for as long as you and your dog want to. Restrooms and drinking fountains are closeby, but remember to put your dog on his leash before you go. You can even rinse off Fido at the cleaning station before you hop in the car to head back home.  This is a great place for a day at the beach!

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    Population Density 4,648/sq mi

    #3 Huntington Beach

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    Eighteen miles from Signal Hill lies Huntington Dog Beach. This is a great spot to introduce your dog to the joy of playing at the beach. As long as you and your dog have good communication, he can play off his leash. There’s a lot of room on this beach, unlike other dog beaches. Fido can run and play fetch in the sand or splash in the surf. You will need to bring water to drink because this is a natural space with nothing but sand and surf. Come and hang out for the day; just don’t forget your towel.

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    Population Density 4,958/sq mi

    #4 Newport Beach

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    Visiting Newport Beach is a great getaway spot just 24 miles from where you are. There is a boardwalk here, as well as plenty of room to run and play. Fido can get off his leash here, but only at designated times, so make sure that you check the website and verify that he can play at the park during your visit. This beach does have animal control on-site to make sure that everyone is playing safe and fair. Don’t forget to bring some water and a few treats for you and Fido!

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    Population Density 3,864/sq mi

    #5 Playa Vista

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    Twenty-eight miles from Signal Hill is a nice little dog park. Oberrieder Dog Park is definitely one of the smaller ones on the list. There is lots of room to run and play, but the small dog area is a little too small to play a game of fetch in. If you are looking for a great place to socialize and just get out of the house, then you will enjoy this dog park. This park does have running water in designated spots so that you and your dog can stay well-hydrated as you play. There are also some shady spots where you can rest while Fido works up a good sweat -- or should we say pant?

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