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Dog Areas in Wrightwood

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Wrightwood is a mountain city in San Bernardino County with an elevation of 5,935-feet. The beautiful pine covered valley of Wrightwood is filled with campgrounds and parks the two of you can explore together. There are no veterinarians in Wrightwood, but on the outskirts of the city in Pinon Hills, there are three great veternarians that your pup can see.

Get a good walk in with your pup at the Hollis M. Stewart Children's Park. The park has a playground and plenty of trees to help provide shade for you and your pup while you venture throughout the park. Get a good walk in on the trail that goes throughout the park. If your dog is a lover of grass, be aware that this park doesn't have any.

Wrightwood is located right on the edge of the Angeles National Forest which is filled with numerous hiking trails that you and your pup can explore together, like the Mount Baden-Powell Trail which offers a 9-mile hike through the forest, perfect for active dogs.

Although Wrightwood is small, your pup will still have a great time exploring it with you by his side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wrightwood

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    Population Density 2,419/sq mi

    #1 Mt. Baldy

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    Telegraph Peak is a great trail to hike along with your furry pal by your side. This 11.8-mile hike can be difficult, especially with a 3,182-foot elevation gain. The route type is out and back, so you and Fido will know where you are going the entire time you hike. When you reach the peak of the trail, you will be rewarded with a breathtaking 360 degree view of the Angeles Forest. To challenge yourself even more, take on the Ontario Peak Trail. This 12.5-mile hike is difficult, but heavilty trafficked, so you and your pup won't be alone. The trail will take you through the Icehouse Canyon and past beautiful streams and ruins. Located only sixteen miles out of Wrightwood in Lytle Creek, your pup will love exploring these trails with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 102/sq mi

    #2 Mount Islip

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    The Mount Islip Trail is a great trail to hike with your pup if you're looking for something a little less difficult, but still up a challenge. The 5.5-mile hike will get you to the peak fast, and with a 1,427-foot elevation on this out and back route, you both will be getting your workout in on this trail. The Mount Williamson Trail is another easier trail that you and your pup can journey together. This 5-mile trail will take you through the Angeles Forest with an out and back route. You both will be feeling the burn with the 1,476-foot elevation gain. Located in Pearblossom, less then twenty miles out of Wrightwood, your pup will love exploring these outdoor spaces.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 506/sq mi

    #3 Alray

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    The Clegorn Mountain Trail is sixteen miles out of Wrightwood in Hesperia, and a great destination to visit. The trail is a moderately easy 10-miles that goes through the San Bernardino National Forest. With a 2,885-foot elevation, this is a point to point route type, meaning the trail has one central point with no other ways to get there. This hike will take you through the Cajon Pass over the Cleghorn Ridge and give you a great view of the desert and mountains surrounding you. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 23/sq mi

    #4 Devils Punchbowl

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    The Devils Chair Trail is a 9.1-mile hike that you and your pup can hike through together, taking you through the Devils Punchbowl Natural Area. While you hike this pawsome trail, you will pass a creek that you and your pup can splash around in, but it tends to be dried up during the hotter months. If you and your pup are short on time, take advantage of the Devils Punchbowl Trail which is only 1.2-miles long. It will take you to the same area as the Devils Chair Trail, but the trail isn't as hard or long. Here, you will get a great view of the Pleasant View Ridge and the San Gabriel Mountains. Only fourteen miles out of Wrightwood in Pearblossom, your pup will love these smaller trails.
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    Population Density 3,344/sq mi

    #5 Oak Hill

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    If you and Fido are getting hungry while you are out, check out the plethora of different restaurants that are in Hisperia. Pieology offers a great atmosphere where the two of you can make a custom pizza any way you like. Jersey Mike's Subs has a huge menu featuring tons of different sandwiches that the two of you can choose from together. Chipotle Mexican Grill dishes out some delicious Mexican food, including burritos and tacos, any way you want. If you both just have a sweet tooth, stop into Menchie's Frozen Yogurt. All of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios so your pup can dine alongside you.
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