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Dog Areas in Topanga

4 Parks
4 Trails
1 Shop
3 Eateries
The small town of Topanga is located in the Californian Santa Monica Mountains, within the Topanga Canyon. Part of Topanga is on the coast, and the Topanaga Creek runs through the city, making it a perfect spot if your dog is a fan of water. Home to a few great eateries and hiking trails, your pup will love spending time in Topanga with you. With one veterinarian in the area, your dog will be feeling great while in town.

The Summit Valley Edmund D. Edleman Park is a huge 652-acre park that offers hiking trails, mountain biking, and horseback riding. They offer picnic tables and benches if you and your pup want to take a break while enjoying this beautiful park. Your dog is welcome to enjoy this park with you on leash.

Stop into the Canyon Bistro and Wine Bar with your pup. This cozy eatery features both French and Californian fare, and prides itself on its boutique wine list and gorgeous outdoor patio that welcomes your furry pal to join you for a relaxing afternoon out. The Topanga Table dishes out an amazing breakfast and lunch with locally sourced ingredients. They welcome Fido to join you for a delicious meal and cup of coffee.

With all the great eateries and the pawsome hiking trails, your pup is going to be having the time of his life in Topanga.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Topanga

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    Population Density 4,905/sq mi

    #1 Woodland Hills

    The Mandeville Canyon Fire Road is a pawsome 10-mile trail that isn't crowded to hike. The hike will give you a great view of the ocean and mountains with an out-and-back trail route. With an 1,125-elevation gain, both you and your pup will be feeling the burn on this hike. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you for this hike since there isn't a lot of shade for your dog to stay cool. Located on the outskirts of Los Angeles and fourteen miles away, your dog won't mind the car ride to explore this pawsome trail.
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    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #2 Paradise Cove

    The Tuna Canyon Park in Malibu is a great 1,255-acre park in the mountains that gives you and your pup a fantastic hiking trail to journey along together. The hike ranges from 1.6-miles to 5.1-miles with an out and back route type. With a 900-foot elevation gain, you and your pup will get a beautiful view of the beach and ocean from the summit. Make sure to bring plenty of water for Fido on this hike. The trail is primarily made up of dirt and rocks, so check Fido's feet occasionally. Only seven miles away in Malibu, your pup will love heading to this trail with you.
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    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #3 Monte Nido

    Take your pup for a refreshing hike in Mount Nido! The Stunt Road Trail to Calabasas Peak is a great trail with an amazing panoramic view of the Santa Monica Mountains and the San Fernando Valley. The hike is 3.6-mile long with a 1000-foot elevation gain. The Saddle Peak trail is a 8.5-mile trail that takes you through Cold Creek and will connect to the Backbone Trail. The summit is at Saddle Peak and gives you a stunning view of the vistas and surrounding area below. Located in Calabasas and only nine miles out of Topanaga, your pup is going to love these hikes.
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    Population Density 216/sq mi

    #4 Mulholland Heights

    The Le Pain Quotidien is a great spot to stop in if you and Fido are feeling a bit famished. They offer delicious eats like a Mediterranean platter, quiche, and freshly baked breads. Besides tasty eats, this pawsome eatery offers wine and beer to help wash it all down. Their outdoor patio welcomes Fido to join you for a delicious meal, and they even offer dessert if you both get a sweet tooth. This eatery is the perfect place to stop into right after going on a nice hike in the Summit Valley Edmund D. Edleman Park with your pup.
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    Population Density 509/sq mi

    #5 SPPOA

    Grab Fido and head over to the Topanga Lookout Trail for an amazing hike with your furry pal. This 2-mile hike has an out-and-back route that will take you through the Santa Monica and Santa Susana Mountains. While hiking you will get a beautiful view of the Red Rock Canyon with a 160-foot elevation gain. The climb may be a little difficult at first, but the view will be worth it for you and Fido. Make sure to bring water for your pup since the climb can take around an hour, and there isn't any water available along the way. Pay attention to signage since the trail can be a bit confusing, and since there aren't any trail maps, be prepared for an adventure!
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