Dog Friendly Activities in San Jacinto, CA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in San Jacinto, and 35 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 San Jacinto.

Pet Friendly Ramona Dog Park
Ramona Dog Park Bring your pet to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park in San Jacinto. See Details
Pet Friendly Country Kennels Dawg Water Park
Country Kennels Dawg Water Park Country Kennels Dawg Water Park has an enormous pebble tech in ground saltwater pool with two beach entries, a baja ledge, diving dock and multiple water spouts. The area is completely fenced for your pets protection. The pool area also has custom made tunnels and hills for your dogs to run and play. You don't have to worry about your pet getting grass or dirt in your car after their play time is over. Our pool grass area is all artificial with sprinklers so their feet don't get hot. There is additionally areas for groups to hold special functions for agility, fly ball or training. See Details
Torrey Pines Dog Park This 8.8-acre park features a dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs, a baseball diamond with a synthetic turf field, snack bar, restrooms, covered picnic tables with bbq?s, playground with shade cover, and large open field! See Details
JC Pooch Park JC Pooch Park is a pay-to-play 5-acre dog park split into separately fenced areas. Area 1 is approximately 2 acres with plenty of room to run and chase balls, have agility trials, and private parties. Area 2 is approximately 1.5 acres with a 1000 sq ft pond for dogs who like getting down and dirty (wash area available). Area 3 is just for the 14 inch and under crowd. All dogs must show poof of current vaccines, be parasite free, and play well with others. Rental area available for those pooches who are not quite ready for group interaction, but still want to run and play! All sides have water, electricity, pet waste sacs, recepticles and shade. Pricing is $5 per day or $25 per month. See Details
Hound Town Dog Park Hound Town Dog Park is located on city property, 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. Only drawback is that there is no lighting once it is dark. See Details
Menifee Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park, located near Newport Rd and Murrieta Rd. See Details
Idyllwild Park Nature Center Dogs are welcome on-leash at this beautiful, scenic nature park in Idyllwild. See Details
Lake Skinner Recreation Area The Park offers a true taste of the outdoors being just a few miles from the bustling communities of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, and Menifee. Visitors regularly spot a wide variety of birds, such as heron, owls, and hawks. Other inhabitants of the park include rabbits, squirrels, and on those cold mornings, one might even spot a deer or two. Lake Skinner provides a place to enjoy many outdoor activities including camping, hiking, horseback riding, and sailing, however, its biggest attraction is the fishing. See Details
Redlands Dog Park This Dog park opened in June 2011. There is both a small and large dog park. The park is located in the northwest corner of Ford Park adjacent to the Fire Prevention Demonstration Garden. See Details
Idyllwild Park Idyllwild Park is located less than 1 mile north of the quaint village of Idyllwild at the end of Riverside County Playground Road. The park has 202 acres of beautiful open space, mature forest, breathtaking hiking trails, and a wonderful nature center. In the past, Idyllwild was recognized as America’s cleanest forest and is the perfect place for family and friends. Campers can enjoy access to fire rings, picnic areas, restrooms, and showers at any one of the 88 individual camping sites. During the day, campers can hike on one of the 5 breathtaking trails overlooking the majestic skyline. Or, for a more adventurous experience, campers can enjoy rock climbing on enormous granite boulders. Also, fishing in nearby Lake Hemet or Lake Fulmor is the perfect ending to a long day. After exhilarating outdoor activities, a short walk into town offers great dining, shopping, and entertainment experiences with a small town feel. Idyllwild was recently named, “100 Best Small Art Towns in America” and for 17 years they have been playing host to a 2-day jazz event every August that raises funds for art programs. With so many different activities, finding time for everything is the only challenge. See Details
Cabazon Dinosaurs Bring Fido to The World's Biggest Dinosaurs Museum, a dog friendly attraction in Cabazon, CA. Dogs are welcome to join you as you tour the Dinosaur Garden and view life-size dinosaurs and information about them. Some of the dinosaurs even move! A visit to the Cabazon Dinosaurs is a fun day trip from Los Angeles! Tours are self-guided. See Details
Black Mountain Trail Black Mountain Trail is a difficult, 6.9 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. This beautiful hike will have you thinking you are in the Sierra Nevada with its granite boulders, large pines, open vistas, and beautiful views. Although you will need an Adventure Pass for parking, no permit is required to use the trail. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Gershon Bachus Vintners Gershon Bachus Vinters offers seated wine tastings in their events room, where special attention is paid to each taster. Dogs welcome! Warm, happy atmosphere. See Details
Terri Peak Trail Terri Peak Trail is a moderately easy, 3.5 mile hike in Lake Perris State Recreation Area that will take about 1.5 hours to complete with Fido. This well marked trail is a great way to train for higher altitude hikes. The trail has some very steep section where you will gain a lot of elevation and is a great workout. See Details
Kitching Peak Trail Kitching Peak Trail is a difficult, 8 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. From the top of this trail you will see spectacular views of the mountains, dropoffs, and desert floor. Sometimes this trail is closed so you may want to contact the Ranger Station ahead of time. See Details
Cabazon Outlets Only 20 minutes west of Palm Springs, this oasis of Outlet Shopping has great brands and a scenic back drop of the Mountains to provide you and your pet a day of endless relaxation and savings. Find deals at Columbia Sportswear , Rip Curl, Brighton Collectibles, Adidas, Le Creuset & many more. Get a FREE VIP Savings Card and a FREE gift for your pet at Customer Service by Starbucks Coffee. Just mention "Fido". See Details
Idyllwild Dog Park Enclosed dog park with 2 sides for both small or large dogs off leash and 2 other small enclosed runs. double entry gates. Running water, pooper scooper and bags, some shade, chairs to sit on, tennis balls,, some grass. Well behaved dogs and very friendly people there. 1/2 mile from the heart of town. Located in a church camp facility. Posted rules. See Details
Aldergate Dog Park Fido and his friends will enjoy this off leash park that features grassy ground covering and segregated spaces for big and little pups. See Details
San Gorgonio Trail San Gorgonio Trail is an extremely difficult, 16 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 9.5 hours to complete with Fido. Many hikers use this as training for Mount Whitney. Within the half mile after crossing Mill Creek you will gain 1000 feet in elevation as you switchback into the San Gorgonio Wilderness. See Details
Palumbo Family Vineyards & Winery Enjoy the charming tasting room and meet the winemaker who focuses on making fine, handcrafted wines at Palumbo Family Vineyard and Winery, a very pet-friendly place. See Details
Oak Mountain Winery The finest Temecula wines may be sampled at Oak Mountain Winery, where visitors can also taste delicious olive oils and vinegars. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at this vineyard and tasting room. They even host doggy date nights and a range of other fun activities for dogs and their owners. The Oak Mountain Winery is open every day of the week from 11am to 5pm. See Details
Bogart Park Bogart Park is located 5 miles North of Beaumont at the North end of Cherry Valley situated in on the foothill of the stunning San Gorgonio. Bogart Park has over 400 acres of luscious green fields, amazing mountain views, and a picturesque fishing pond. There are 26 spacious campsites for individual and group camping with useful fire rings, picnic areas, and restrooms. The beautiful open-space scenery, greenery, and clear skies are breathtaking and will make any camper feel far removed from the city. Equestrian, hiking, and biking trails meander through prestigious views and are perfect for leisurely dog walks, hiking, horseback or bike riding. The fishing pond is surrounded by hills allowing for a serene and scenic fishing experience. Planning a family vacation or a fun-filled day with friends to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life is so simple! See Details
Loma Linda Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park near Beaumont and Mountain View Avenue. See Details
McCall Equestrian Campground McCall Memorial Park is located in Mountain Center, 2 miles from the town of Idyllwild. McCall Memorial Park is an extraordinary park for its commitment to equestrian camping and is one of the few parks that center its attention on trails and open spaces for equestrians and their horses. McCall Memorial Park has a long history starting with devoted equestrian and 5th District Supervisor, Fred McCall. McCall was an avid equestrian throughout his life and relentlessly supported several equestrian groups. In 1964, the park was renamed McCall Memorial Park in honor of his dedication and impact on many local equestrian groups. McCall Memorial Park is still a favorite among local equestrian groups, as well as avid riders, because of the park?s several trails that meander through tall pine trees and the breathtaking views of the San Jacinto Mountains. McCall Memorial Park allows for the perfect escape and has wonderful accommodations for horses, including spacious troughs, 53 lovely corrals, and 88 acres of wonderful open park space. See Details