Lake Gregory Regional Park
- CatalinaMore than a year agoNice day hike
It was a nice, quick little hike with my two furbabies. Wasnt challenging at all. Great for elderly and little dogs. Nice shade during entire hike, views of the lake were beautiful. Unfortunately, no one feels that it's necessary to clean up after their pet.
- RoxannaMore than a year agoBeautiful Lake Gregory
This is a wonderful little gem! There is plenty of parking around the lake. The scenery is beautiful both in winter and summer. It is well kept with trash cans and doggie bags all along the trail. It's the mountains so yes it gets chilly at times and very hot at others, simply dress accordingly. The negative comments others have shared I don't think are painting a fair picture. My two dogs and I come here every chance we get! It's a lovely 3 mile trail either on the water or up along the street trail.
- JordanMore than a year agoGreat, beautiful walk!
Lake Gregory is gorgeous. The walk around the lake is a great walk, tons of dogs and dog lovers. The dog park is quite small, but the trail makes up for it. Not all of the shoreline is "swim able" for dogs, but there were a few good areas that my labs really enjoyed. It's more of a fishing lake. Overall it's one of our favorite weekend activities.
- RubioMore than a year agoWinter Visit
Scenery is beautiful.Trail to run or walk along lake is great. The actual dog park not to much, very small. The weather a bit brutal as it was relatively cold. Definitely a must on summer days. Clean. Beautiful. Well maintained. Will visit again
- FabianMore than a year agoHike at Gregory Lake
Drove up there yesterday. It's a very pretty location. San Bernardino County Animal Control truck was in the parking lot and the officer was next to the dog park chatting with an elderly couple. The dog park is small, but it's nice that it's there since my dogs love to be off leash. Hiked the 2.5 mile trail around the lake. Very picturesque, but there were dead fish every 10-20 yards along the shoreline. The lake has a waterpark and paddle boats for rent. I'm sure during summer weekends this place is a zoo of people. By the time I hiked around the lake, a 2nd animal control officer was in the parking lot. I wouldn't suggest letting your dogs off leash here on the trails, as it appears they will surely ticket you for it.
- NancyMore than a year agoBest Kept Secret in the Inland Empire
Shhhhh! Keep this to yourself! Dogs splash, hike around the water, visit the ducks, and get patted by runners completing the 2.7-mile fitness trail. If you baby goes off-leash to play, use the Dog Park at the south shore... ALL FREE.