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Dog Areas in Walnut

11 Parks
5 Trails
3 Shops
6 Eateries
5 Groomers

Located about 26 miles east of Los Angeles, the city of Walnut sits among the foothills between the San Jose Mountains and the Puente Hills. With 11 area parks, you'll have your pick of outdoor experiences to share with your pooch. There are two veterinarians within the city limits that you can consult when you're seeking professional services for your pet.

One area park where you and Fido can go hiking together is Snow Creek Park. Connect to an equestrian/hiking trail that loops around the neighborhood from this facility. Dogs can join you here as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up after them.

Another place to go walking with your pooch is Suzanne Park on Suzanne Road. There's a picnic area, a walking trail, and open space included in this 14-acre facility. Remember to bring some waste bags and to keep your dog on a leash when you visit this park.

After your outing at one of the area parks, take your four-footed friend to Ten Ren's Tea Time for some refreshments. This cafe serves a variety of tea-based beverages, snacks, main dishes, and desserts. Dogs are welcome to join you when you eat at the outdoor table.

With a variety of outdoor activities in the area, dogs and their owners can't go wrong in Walnut.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Walnut

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    Population Density 3,473/sq mi

    #1 La Puente Rd/Grand Ave

    The neighborhood around La Puente Road and Grand Avenue includes streets with private residences and the Mt. San Antonio College campus. Walk your dog by houses in this community while you enjoy the San Jose Hills in the background. If you're looking for a rugged hike through the hills, check out the Magnolia Trail to Buzzard Peak Road path. This dirt trail is 3.6 miles out and back. Walk through the scrubby landscape here with your canine companion. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they're on a leash. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.
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    Population Density 1,230/sq mi

    #2 Amar Rd/Lemon Ave

    Around Amar Road and Lemon Avenue, you and Fido will find residential streets mixed with open spaces. There's a neighborhood park and a pawtastic trail in this area. When you want to go hiking with your furry friend, head to East Country Hollow Drive to pick up the Schabarum Trail. This popular 3.4-mile trail offers a moderate workout and some beautiful scenery. Enjoy views of the Puente Hills and Azusa Mountains while you explore this area with your pooch. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as they're on a leash up to six feet long. There are waste bags available at the trailhead. Remember to bring some water for you and your pal.
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    Population Density 5,173/sq mi

    #3 Lemon Ave/Creekside Dr

    In the Lemon Ave/Creekside Dr neighborhood, you'll find private residences and a nice community park. You and your four-footed friend can go walking along quiet streets here. For some extra exercise, head to Creekside Park on Creekside Drive. This 12-acre facility includes an open field, playground, picnic area, and walking trail. Go for a stroll or jog around the park with your special pal. Bring something to eat and enjoy a picnic at one of the tables. Dogs are permitted here as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 5,932/sq mi

    #4 Heidelberg Ave

    The neighborhood around the intersection of Amar Road and Heidelberg Avenue includes single-family homes, apartments, and a commercial area. There are several residential streets where you and Fido can go for a stroll together. If you want to get out and enjoy some open spaces with your furry pal, head over to Walnut Ranch Park on Amar Road. Walk or jog on the trail around this 45.2-acre facility with your pup. Canines can accompany their owners here as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Bring along some waste bags so that you can pick up any droppings.
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    Population Density 5,406/sq mi

    #5 City Center

    City Center includes three parks, residential streets, schools, and a commercial area. There are some lovely sections here where you and your furry friend can go for a quiet stroll together. When you want to extend your walk, check out Lemon Creek Memorial Park of South Lemon Avenue. In this small facility, you'll be able to connect to the Lemon Creek Trail that stretches south to Valley Boulevard. Back in the park, you and Fido can share a snack at one of the tables or you can play frisbee in the open field.  Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you here.
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