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Dog Areas in Tustin

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8 Eateries
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The City of Trees is what they call Tustin in Southwest California, and you will see why when you visit. In 2009, Forbes named Tustin one of 25 top cities to live well in America. Tustin is just 30 minutes from the coast and Newport Beach, and there are many places to go that welcome dogs. Dog lovers agree, and there are more than 15,593 dogs who make Tustin their own dog house.

Let your dog off the leash at Orange Dog Park in Yorba Park and watch him socialize with the local dogs. It’s a nice little park with separate areas for big and little dogs, doggy water fountain, and plenty of space for Fido to run freely and unencumbered. For your convenience, they provide pooper scoopers and poopy bags, parking, and a local bulletin board.

Bark Park on Arlington is another local favorite because there is lighting so you can go there in the evenings after work, and lots of tennis balls end up there since they are behind a tennis court, so there is no shortage of dog toys. They also have a self-filling water bowl, fences to separate the large and small dogs, and seating is plentiful. The city provides plenty of poop bags, and there are a lot of friendly dog owners to talk to while Fido has some fun.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tustin

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    Population Density 3,733/sq mi

    #1 North Tustin

    North Tustin is where you’ll find Peter’s Canyon, which reaches through parts of Tustin and Orange, CA. The park has over 350 acres of trails and outdoor beauty for you and your pooch to explore, and its trails have varying degrees of difficulty for a relaxing walk to a ruff-er hike. If you’d like to go on a quicker outdoor excursion with your furry friend, check out the West Irvine Trail that runs through North Tustin. The multi-use trail is great for a run or leisurely walk. You and your pup will love spending some paw-lity time together in the great outdoors of North Tustin.
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    Population Density 5,439/sq mi

    #2 Oak Creek

    Irvine, California is about 6 miles from Tustin. Its Oak Creek neighborhood is home to the Orange County Great Park, where you and your pup have tons of space to enjoy the great outdoors, or even take a ride in a 400-foot-high tethered balloon! The park has several special events throughout the year, and dogs are welcome if they remain leashed. If you’re looking for a dog-only adventure, head over to Irvine Central Bark Park, an off-the-leash park with ample room to run and separate areas for small and large breeds. She’ll especially love cooling off at the on-site water facility on a sunny day!
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    Population Density 1,474/sq mi

    #3 Orangecrest

    Just a 10-minute drive away from Tustin brings you to Orange, CA, a city bustling with lakes, shopping areas, parks, and even its own small zoo and university. Orange Park Acres is on the eastern side of the city and includes the Orange Dog Park, an off-the-leash playground for your best friend. Orange Dog Park is situated on the western end of Yorba Regional Park, a beautiful 140-acre park with playgrounds, bike trails, and more, where you can walk your pup on his leash. The dog park has separate areas for small and large breeds, and is the paw-fect spot to let him meet new friends. Here, you can also find Morenos, a cozy Mexican restaurant with outdoor seating at which your leashed dog is welcome to dine with you.
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    Population Density 3,229/sq mi

    #4 Orange Foothills

    Also in nearby Orange in the Orange Foothills area is Eisenhower Dog Park. The park has beautiful scenery, fun hills to explore, and seating areas for when you need some time to rest. Your pup must remain leashed, but it’s one of the best outdoor spots to enjoy with your pooch. This area also has an In-N-Out Burger and Johnny Rockets, two paw-friendly restaurants where you can stop for a bite to eat. At In-N-Out Burger, you can order a lip-smacking beef patty for Fido, or enjoy eating outdoors at Johnny Rockets on the outdoor patio – either one is sure to make him howl!
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    Population Density 5,009/sq mi

    #5 Golden Hill

    About 14 miles northwest of Tustin is the Golden Hill neighborhood of Fullerton. This area has its own dog park, Fullerton Pooch Park, which will keep your pooch on the run until she’s dog-tired! The fenced-in area is well-maintained and even has water bowls and fountains to keep her hydrated while she plays. Not far away is Fullerton Market, an outdoor shopping area that welcomes dogs on their leash. Here, you can find some of the area’s best produce, baked goods, and more. It even has “Dog Days,” where vendors sell their best dog-friendly products. Or, fetch a meal with Fido at Slidebar Rock ‘N Roll Kitchen, a music-centric restaurant with outdoor seating where dogs are welcome.
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