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Dog Areas in Skyforest

4 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
1 Groomer
Nestled right below the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains is Skyforest, a small town that takes you out of the busyness of Los Angeles and into a quiet town filled with hiking trails. Only a mile away from Lake Arrowhead, your pup is going to love exploring the mountains and splashing around in the lake while visiting Skyforest. With two veterinarians located in town, your pup will be feeling happy and healthy.

The Heaps Peak Arboretum is a great spot to get away with Fido and explore the mountains. While visiting, you and your pup can hike along the Sequoia Trail and get a beautiful view of San Bernardino County, plus your pup can sniff all the lovely native wildflowers that line the trail. The trail is one mile with a loop route, and its an easy hike for all skill levels.

After a fun day out, you and Fido can grab some grub at The Hungry Bear Deli and Restaurant. This tasty eatery serves everything from hot to cold sandwiches, and ice cream and milkshakes. The staff is super accommodating to your furry friend and will bring him a bowl of water and some shredded turkey breast.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Skyforest

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #1 Cedar Glen

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    The Lake Arrowhead/ Cedar Glen Dog Park is a fully fenced in park where Fido can safely run around off leash. Located one mile out of Skyforest in Lake Arrowhead, your dog will love frolicking through the park with new friends. The park offers benches for owners to sit on, picnic tables, and a waste station. If Fido is more of the exploring type, take him out on the Little Bear Creek Trail. This trail will take you through the San Bernardino National Forest with an elevantion of 810 feet, making it a simple climb for just about anyone. While hiking, you will pass a lake, where Fido can jump in to cool down before continuing your adventure.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 643/sq mi

    #2 Twin Peaks

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    The Twin Peaks Recreational Complex is a hidden gem in Twin Peaks, and a lovely park to take Fido to. Just four miles out of Skyforest, your dog will love running around this park which features a great walking trail and a beautiful garden. Towards the far end of the park is a dog park that has two fenced in areas, one for large dogs and one for small. The park has three separate water fountains,  benches for owners, a picnic area, and a doggie waste area station. Your dog will love the lush green grass that is within the dog park and all the play time he can have off leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,221/sq mi

    #3 North Crestline

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    Eight miles out of Skyforest on the South Shore of Lake Gregory is the Lake Gregory Regional Park in Crestline. This park offers tons of amenities for dogs and dog parents, including a 2.7-mile fitness trail. Your pup is even allowed to splash around in the lake. If your dog is itching to get off leash, Lake Gregory Regional Park has a dog park where your pup can run around free from his leash. There is are separate areas  for large and small dogs to play in, and they provide clean up bags in case you forget yours. Both the park and the trail are always occupied by dogs and dog lovers, so your pup will have tons of opportunities to interact with other fur babies.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8/sq mi

    #4 Angelus Oaks

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    The Castle Rock Trail will take you through a beautiful forest setting right off of Big Bear Lake. Located in Angelus Oaks, just nineteen miles out of Skyforest, this trail is 2.7-miles long and heavily trafficked with locals who love the view the hike brings. With a 757-foot elevation, the climb is rated as moderate, but Fido will love getting a sweat on with you by his side. Locals do warn that the beginning of the hike is intense, basically straight uphill, but the climb will even out and the view will be worth it.  Make sure to bring plenty of water for you and your pup.
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