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Dog Areas in Upland, CA

1 Park
3 Eateries
14 Groomers

Located on an elevated plateau of 1,242 feet, Upland, California, is an attractive suburban city with close access to more natural surroundings. The San Gabriel Mountains are just north of Upland. The city offers the perfect mix of comfortable living and the adventurous outdoors.

Dog owners in Upland that just want to walk their dogs are best served by paying a visit to the Baldy View Dog Park. This off-leash play park is fully fenced and has a separate area for smaller breeds. The soil is covered with grass, and there are clean pools to prevent dogs from getting too messy during their hour of play time.

For hikers that do not want to be confined by a square, there are several recreational trails only a short drive from Upland. The Johnson's Pasture Trail is one of the best routes available in the area as this 2.3-mile route is suited for everyone, regardless their level of fitness. The path takes its travelers through a lush landscape of meadows and pastures.

A more challenging but very rewarding hike is the Etiwanda Falls trail. This 3.22-mile route leads to the hidden waterfall of Etiwanda and crosses the North Etiwanda Preserve. The trail meanders through a dense forest with a large amount of trees, rocks and little creeks.

Visitors to Upland are advised to check out the Guesthouse Inn as one of the hotels that allow pets and Molly's Souper, a restaurant that allows dogs to accompany their owners outside and dogs even have their own menu.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Upland, CA

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    Population Density 4,086/sq mi

    #1 South of Foothills

    The South of Foothills area of Upland, CA has woofles of fun stuff for your pup to enjoy! Baldy View Dog Park is just one of the places he’s sure to love. This fenced, off-the-leash park is the perfect place to get him some exercise and let him make new friends. Small breed? Don’t worry; there’s a separate area here! Just around the block is High Five Dog Training and Care that can teach your pooch everything he needs to know about obedience, socialization, and more. You can also “whine and dine” with your four-legged pal on the outdoor garden patio at Molly’s Souper, which even has its own doggie menu.
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    Population Density 1,883/sq mi

    #2 Etiwanda

    A 14-minute drive from Upland takes you to Etiwanda, a community in Ranch Cucamonga, CA. This neighborhood is home to Etiwanda Dog Park, an off-leash park with plenty of shade to keep your pooch out of the hot sun as she plays. Etiwanda also has a DogVacay center to help dog owners have a loving environment for their dogs while they travel, provided by vetted pet sitters. If you’re looking for a dog-friendly place to grab a bite with your dog, try Monaco’s Pizza, which has a closed-in outdoor patio that loves to have dogs join their owners for a meal.
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    Population Density 2,448/sq mi

    #3 San Dimas Canyon

    About 14 miles west of Upland is San Dimas Canyon in San Dimas, CA. The area has its own golf course, country club, parks, trails, and more, with lots of opportunities for outdoor fun with your dog. San Dimas Canyon also hosts the San Dimas Dog Park, which has one acre of room to run, sniff, jump, and play. The park has water fountains for pooches and even has handicap-friendly areas for elderly or disabled owners. Further down the road is San Dimas Canyon Community Regional Park, with 138 acres of hiking trails, wildlife observation, picnic areas, and more, where your dog is welcome on his leash.
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    Population Density 3,204/sq mi

    #4 North Arcadia

    Drive about 26 miles from Upland and you’ll reach North Arcadia in Arcadia, CA. This area and its surrounding areas have so much to do with Fido that he’ll have a ruff time choosing his favorite! Arcadia’s Dog Park at Eisenhower Park is a good place to start. The fully-fenced park has separate areas for small and large dogs and sits nestled in Eisenhower Park, which is a great place to take a walk with your pup on a leash. Nearby are Outback Steakhouse with some delicious bark-b-q and Paco’s Restaurant with traditional Mexican fare, both of which have outdoor seating that welcomes leashed dogs.
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    Population Density 5,264/sq mi

    #5 East Montecito

    A 30-minute drive from Upland, East Montecito in Sierra Madre, CA is a popular community with schools, churches, and parks. Here, you and pooch can visit the Sierra Madre Dog Park, a mutt-tastic, well-maintained park that’s fenced in and has plenty of space for her to run. Right next door is the Sierra Vista Park, with sporting fields, picnic areas, and room to roam. The park is dog-friendly; just remember to keep her on the leash. There’s also a municipal dog park located within Sierra Vista Park, so you and your beloved pal have plenty of outdoor fun spots here to enjoy!
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