Dog Friendly Activities in Redlands, CA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Redlands, and 55 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Redlands.

Pet Friendly Redlands Dog Park
Redlands Dog Park Redlands Dog Park is a dog-friendly, off-leash, and fenced-in dog park located within Ford Park in Redlands, CA. The park features separate areas for small and large dogs. R.U.F.F. (Redlands Unleashed Fidos & Friends) community volunteers built the dog park and provide on going maintenance support of the off-leash area. See Details
Pet Friendly Los Rios Ranchos Apple Farm
Los Rios Ranchos Apple Farm Los Rios Ranchos is a pet-friendly attraction in Oak Glen, CA. Los Rios is Southern California's largest Apple Farm, in operation since 1906. Dogs are not allowed into the orchards or berry patches, but can explore the mountainous nature trails as long as they are cleaned up after and leashed. Los Rios Ranchos' hours vary seasonally, so guests should check its website or call ahead before planning their outing. See Details
Big Bear Marina Big Bear Marina is a pet-friendly attraction in Big Bear Lake, CA. Dogs are allowed on the charters and boat rentals from this marina. They also offer tours. Open seasonally; check their website for times and rental info. See Details
Castle Rock Trail Castle Rock Trail is an easy, dog-friendly, 1.6 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 1 hour to complete with Fido. This short hike is a nice escape into beautiful scenery. Take in the lake views on a trail that is speckled with granite boulders. A small stream next to the trail leads into the lake. See Details
Alpine Pedal Path Alpine Pedal Path is a 3.2-mile (one way) asphalt trail available for morning jogs, bike rides, leisurely walks, or just taking the dog for a walk. It boasts fresh air and beautiful scenery along the way. It has access points as well that lead to the lake and various beaches. Dogs are allowed at owner's full responsibility. See Details
Big Bear Lake Beaches All of the beaches along Highway 38 in Big Bear Lake are dog friendly, and can be accessed via the Alpine Pedal Path. See Details
MacKay Park Bark Park MacKay Park Bark Park is a dog-friendly park in Lake Arrowhead, CA, surrounded by hiking trails, views of Lake Arrowhead, mountains, and wildlife. The park features two separate, fenced-in areas for large and small dogs. See Details
Grays Peak Trail Grays Peak Trail is a dog-friendly, moderately easy, 6.4-mile, out-and-back hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 3.5 hours to complete with Fido. This trail is on the north side of the lake and will actually lead you to the backside of the mountain where water views disappear. However, losing the view of the water is worth the peace, quiet, and open vistas that take its place. This area is subject to closure due to habitat protection. Since this trailhead is within bald eagle habitat, it is closed during nesting season from winter to spring, sometimes extending into summer. See Details
Cougar Crest Bertha Peak Trail The Cougar Crest Bertha Peak Trail is a moderately easy, 7.5 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 3 hours to complete with Fido. This is a great trail for beginners and the trail is popular for all types of people from runners to families. During the week the trail is fairly desolate. The trail is best used from March until September. See Details
Bark Park Big Bear Lake Bark Park Big Bear Lake is pet-friendly. This popular recreation area is home to a number of agility items and a bench for humans to sit at while their dogs play together. Dogs can run through a tunnel, check out the metal dog silhouette, and play fetch on the grass. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that their pets leave behind while hanging out in the park. See Details
Big Bear Snow Play and Hot Cocktails 'Big Bear Snow Play and Hot Cocktails' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Amber. The only thing better than a hike around Big Bear Lake is one with cocktails. The Baileys and coffee provided by your host will warm you up during this short snowy hike and snow play. Bring your own sleds to enjoy along the way. This experience is the perfect chance to take photos for your next Christmas card with Fido. The experience lasts 1.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests of all ages. Rates start at $35 per person. See Details
Woodland Trail For an easy family hike, try the dog-friendly Woodland Trail in Big Bear, CA. This is a 1.5-mile loop is an interpretive trail that offers a self-guided tour of this dry-woodland area. The trail starts off HWY 38 about .2 miles west of Stanfield Cutoff and is well marked and has plenty of parking at the trailhead. Leashed dogs are allowed. An Adventure Pass or Interagency Pass is required for use of the amenities at the trailhead parking area. See Details
Pine Knot Trail to Grand View Point Pine Knot Trail to Grand View Point is a dog-friendly, moderately easy, 6.9-mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 3 hours to complete with Fido. For a shorter hike you can take Mill Creek Road, which turns into Forest Service Road 2N10/Skyline Drive, to a point just below the summit where the trail passes over the road. See Details
Lake Gregory Regional Park Lake Gregory Regional Park is a dog-friendly recreational area located in the San Bernardino Mountains of Crestline, CA. In the summer, you can rent paddleboards, rowboats, paddleboats, sailboats, and water cycles. Outside of the swimming area, anglers will find excellent fishing for trout, catfish and bass. There is a dog park located on the South Shore (including a little one for small dogs), but the real fun is the 2.7-mile fitness trail featuring exercise stations along the scenic path around the lake. The lake's swimming area has restrooms, two snack bars, grills, picnic tables, picnic shelters, sand volleyball courts, and more. Dogs must be on a leash when visiting the park. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the beach, at events, or in any of the gated areas. See Details
Hound Town Dog Park Hound Town Dog Park is a dog-friendly park in Moreno Valley, CA, adjacent to the Moreno Valley Equestrian Center. The 3.5-acre park has a 245-foot by 150-foot fenced-in dirt area divided into two sections. One part is for large dogs, the other for smaller breeds. The gate is double-fenced to prevent dogs from escaping as people enter and leave the play area. See Details
Pat Merritt Dog Park Pat Merritt Dog Park in Riverside, CA, is a lovely dog park that is clean and friendly. The park is fully fenced with separate small dog area, benches, trees, and drinking fountain. See Details
Cougar Crest Trailhead Moderate hiking trail in Big Bear Lake, California. This trail of roughly 5 miles out and back. At the end, this trail meets up with the PCT at the base of Bertha Peak. You can follow this connection up alittle over a mile and reach the peak as well. The views are spectacular and Fido will definitely be excited to go on this incredible journey. See Details
Big Bear Pop-Up Picnic Big Bear Pop-Up Picnic is a dog-friendly activity hosted by Big Bear's original picnic queen. Fido is welcome to join you for a gourmet picnic in a scenic location hidden in the wilderness. The picnic guru will bring you to the gorgeous setting via an air conditioned SUV. Your pro will also take as many photos of you, your group, and furry BFF as desired. You'll learn about the history of the Big Bear Valley, then you'll have privacy to enjoy your picnic. Most diets and food allergy substitutions can be accommodated. See Details
Riley's Farm Riley's Farm in Yucaipa, CA, welcomes leashed dogs to visit this working apple orchard and living history farm. This pet-friendly destination features pick-your-own fruit, outdoor seating at The Hawk's Head restaurant and a selection of baked goods at the Colonial Chesterfield Bakery. Check out their website to confirm their u-pick schedule or to place a homemade pie order. Please note there are resident dogs and cats on the farm that are unleashed. See Details
Lake Perris State Recreation Area Lake Perris State Recreation Area in Perris, CA, has some dog-friendly trails and campsites. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed within 100 feet of the water. Fido can join you on the bike trail that loops around the lake, taking in the crystal waters and the rolling hills in the backdrop. You can also take your pooch into the campgrounds in the area. The park is open daily. See Details
Sycamore Canyon Park Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park is a dog-friendly, 1,500-acre park, that is home to many rare species in Riverside, CA. A trail system allows locals and tourists alike to enjoy nature and provides amazing views of the city. Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after during their visit to the Park. Dog owners are asked to bring their own clean-up bags, and keep an eye out for snakes and other wildlife. The Park is open from a half hour before sunrise until a half hour after sunset, seven days a week. Parking and admission are free. See Details
California Citrus State Historic Park The California Citrus State Historic Park is a dog-friendly park in Riverside, CA. Spanning over 400-acres of southern California, this park is a throwback to those that existed in the early 1900s, a time where citrus fruits were being touted as the second gold rush of the state. The California Citrus State Historic Park has lots of demonstration groves and picnic areas among the trees. Dogs aren't allowed in the buildings at the park, but they are welcome to walk leashed on several trails around the groves. Hours vary by season so be sure to check their website before visiting. See Details
Will Abell Memorial Trail at Arrowhead Ridge Will Abell Memorial Trail at Arrowhead Ridge in Lake Arrowhead, CA is dog-friendly. Leashed dogs are permitted on the 1.9 mile loop through an 80-acre preserve under the San Bernardino Mountain Land Trust. The tree-lined trail should take about 1 hour to complete and offers a ridge top view of Lake Arrowhead. Visitors should carry water and pack out all trash. See Details
Mount Rubidoux Trail Mount Rubidoux Trail is a dog-friendly, easy 2.7 mile loop trail located near Riverside, CAthat features a river and a number of activity options. The trail is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The views from the summit are stunning. See Details