By Heather Froglear

Now that the weather is beautiful in Southern California, why not take your dogs out for a visit to a local dog park?

We’ve got a great list of 10 local dog parks in the Inland Empire that you can visit.  Just be sure if you go, that your dog is used to being around other dogs, is current on vaccines and is well-behaved. Most of these dog parks have areas for small and larger dogs, watering stations, and shaded areas.



Wildwood Dog Park – 33699 Wildwood Canyon Rd, Yucaipa, CA 92399



Redlands Dog Park – Ford Park (off the 10 Freeway at Ford Street)



Carlson Dog Park – Mission Inn Ave & Indian Hill Rd Riverside, CA 92501

Pat Merritt Dog Park – Limonite Frontage Rd Riverside, CA 92509

Riverwalk Dog Park – Pierce St Riverside, CA 92505


Moreno Valley:

Hound Town Dog Park – 11150 Redlands Blvd Moreno Valley, CA 92555


Rancho Cucamonga:

Etiwanda Creek Community Dog Park – 5939 East Ave Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739



Corona Dog Park – 1886 Butterfield Drive Corona, CA 92880



Schimmel Dog Park – 1106 East I St Ontario, CA 91764



Nicklaus Dog Park – 11270 Palmer Ave Beaumont, CA 92223






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