Here’s a list of all the best places to take your furry friends!
Inland Empire Dog Parks
Chino Dog Park
Prado Recreation Dog Park: This dog park in Chino boasts 585 acres of ground to train, run, and play with your dogs. This park is made for working and sporting dogs. It provides them with enough room to roam and while they do, you can sit alongside the lake and relax among nature.
Chino Hills Dog Park
Vila Borba Park: This dog park in Chino Hills has 5.6 acres of fun for your furry friends. It also has separate parks for both small dogs and little dogs. It also has all of the other park amenities like barbeque pits, a walking path, and a gazebo for events.
Claremont Dog Park
Claremont Pooch Park: Is a dog park in Claremont that’s on the smaller side, but it’s still lots of fun! There is a big dog area and a little dog area, which makes it the perfect place to bring your fur babies.
Corona Dog Park
Corona Dog Park: This is a well-kept dog park in Corona that’s very well-maintained. It’s perfect for lounging around on a weekend or going for a brisk walk before work.
EASTVALE DOG PARKS
American Heroes Park: This park has lots of space to play for both dogs and humans! There’s a nice dog park on site for both big and little dogs. But this park also has a state of the art playground for kids too!
Dairyland Dog Park: This is a dog park in Eastvale that was designed with relaxation in mind. There is lots of space for dogs to run, but there are also places for kids to play in the water feature as well.
Harada Heritage Park: This dog park in Eastvale isn’t your average. Yes, they have a dog area for your fur babies to run free, but they also have a skate park, soccer field, basketball courts, and more. So they entire family can come down and have a ton of fun!
Fontana Dog Parks
Fontana Park: There are over 38 acres of fun packed into this dog park in Fontana! There are also facilities for kids and families too.
Ontario Dog Parks
Ontario Dog Park: This dog park in Ontario boasts lots of shade, open space, and a picnic area for lunches and events. It even has a basket of toys for your puppy to play with if you forget your own!
Schimmel Dog Park: This dog park in Ontario is named after a Police Service Dog who gave his life to protect an officer during a search for an armed suspect in 1986. Today, the park is used by many of the residents in Ontario who will forever remember his name.
Rancho Cucamonga Dog Parks
Etiwanda Creek & Community Dog Park: This dog park in Rancho Cucamonga is not only dog friendly, it’s people friendly. It’s a beautiful park, laced with trees. There’s an area for your pups to run and play, plenty of shade, and kiddie pools for them to splash in.
Upland Dog Park
Baldy View Dog Park: This dog park in Upland has plenty of open space for your pups to run free. There’s a big dog park and a little dog park with plenty of shade, seating, and water for the dogs when they get thirsty!