Dog Friendly Activities in Santee, CA

There are 6 dog friendly activities in Santee. 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 Santee.

Pet Friendly Dog Park at Woodglen Vista
Dog Park at Woodglen Vista Bring Fido to come and play at the dog park at Woodglen Vista in Santee, CA. This fully-fenced, off-leash park is shaded to help keep your pup cool during hot summer days. There is a double gate system for safety. Please note there are not separate play areas for small and large breeds. Remember to leash Fido back up when exiting to the large Woodglen Vista park. See Details
Pet Friendly Cowles Mountain Trail
Cowles Mountain Trail Cowles Mountain Trail is a dog-friendly hike in Santee, CA. This trail is considered moderately easy and will take about two hours to complete with Fido. The summit of Cowles Mountain is the highest point in the city limits of San Diego, so be sure to pack your camera! See Details
Dog Park at Mast Park Bring Fido to play at the dog park in Mast Park, set on the banks of the San Diego river in Santee, CA. This fenced dog park has designated areas for small and large breed dogs, to ensure that all pups have a good time. Remember to leash your pup back up when exiting into Mast Park. See Details
Town Center Community Park Town Center Community Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Santee, CA. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on the walking trails that lead to picnic shelters and restrooms. See Details
Woodglen Vista Park Bring Fido for a walk at Woodglen Vista Park, a dog-friendly city park in Santee, CA. Amenities of the park include open glass fields, barbecues, playground equipment, a skate park and a basketball court. Fido should stay leashed during your visit unless stopping by the fenced dog park on-site. See Details
Mast Park Mast Park in Santee, CA is dog friendly. This expansive park has tons for you and Fido to explore, like two miles of walking paths, a concession stand, a basketball court and disc golf. Your pup must stay leashed while you're in the park. Fido is allowed to be off-leash in the dog park on site. See Details
Coronado Dog Beach Coronado's Dog Beach is a dog-friendly, leash-free area on the western part of the shore in Coronado, CA. Parking is available along Ocean Boulevard, but it can be a rather long walk to the beach, so be sure to keep your pup leashed until you reach the sand, as there is a strict zero-tolerance policy for unleashed dogs. Owners are asked to monitor their dogs at all times, clean up any messes and ensure that Fido has all current licenses before visiting. Make sure to bring a camera and snap some photos of Fido with the stunning scenery! The Point Loma headland and iconic Hotel del Coronado are visible from the shore. See Details
Fiesta Island Park Most of Fiesta Island Park, a large sandy island in San Diego, CA is designated leash-free for dogs. It has lots of sandy dunes to romp in, and the calm bay waters allow the more adventurous dogs to take a quick dip. There's a designated off-leash location on the backside of the island. Bring water for your dogs. See Details
Aqua Adventures Aqua Adventures is a dog-friendly tour and rental company in San Diego, CA. Take your pup kayaking or on an SUP on Mission Bay in San Diego. Stop for a run on Fiesta Island and bring a picnic to make a fun beach day for the whole family! Lily and Juanita will give your pooch some tips and show you how it's done. See Details
Seaport Village Seaport Village in San Diego, CA, is a 14-acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harborside setting of a century ago. This vast property includes one-of-a-kind shops, casual dining eateries, and fine dining waterfront restaurants. If you need a bite to eat, there are numerous pet-friendly restaurants with harbor views! There's also a large park with lots of grass and room for dogs to run if Fido needs to stretch his legs. See Details
Balboa Park Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the pet-friendly Balboa Park in San Diego, CA. This park is one of the largest urban parks in the country with over 1,000 acres. There are plenty of open spaces, gardens, and walking paths to explore, in addition to the San Diego Zoo, museums, and theaters. There are also two designated off-leash areas for dogs to explore at Balboa Dr at El Prado on the south side of Cabrillo Bridge and Morley Field located northwest of the tennis courts. When not in a designated off-leash area, dogs must be leashed at all times, and humans must clean up after their dogs throughout the park and off-leash areas. See Details
SUP Pups SUP Pups in San Diego, CA, offers you and Fido the ultimate dog-friendly adventure. You and your dog can learn the basics and techniques of stand-up paddleboarding together with a certified instructor. Private lessons are one hour and include board rental, plus doggie and human life jackets. See Details
Spanish Village Art Center Stroll with Fido through the dog-friendly studios of incredibly talented artists, metalsmiths, photographers, painters, sculptors, and designers at the Spanish Village Art Studios in Balboa Park located in San Diego, CA. Converse with each artist, browse through beautiful galleries, and shop for your new must-have pieces you support the San Diego art community. Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome to join you as you experience this unique environment. See Details
The Original Dog Beach Perhaps the most popular canine hotspot in San Diego, CA is The Original Dog Beach located at the northern end of Ocean Beach. Here, dogs can roam off-leash at any time of the day. Owners should take care to pick up after their pets. After a day at the beach, you may want to head over to the Dog Beach Dog Wash to give Fido a bath. See Details
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a dog-friendly park in San Diego, CA. This network of trails and cliffs made for climbing is one of the country's most beautiful sunset spots. The park is free and welcomes pups on a leash. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind and to make sure their pet is under control during the visit. See Details
Eco Boat Rentals Eco Boat Rentals is a dog-friendly activity in San Diego, CA. They offer hydro-cycle boats and pedal kayaks in San Diego Bay. They also provide different sizes of life vests for dogs. Leashed pups are welcome. See Details
Next Level Sailing Whale Watching Watch the magnificent marine mammals with your pup on Next Level Sailing Whale Watching in San Diego, CA. They offer pet-friendly private charters and public individual opportunities to sail on the historic 139-foot schooner America, the magnificent replica of the famous vessel. Upon booking your ticket through their website, a button will appear to select the number of dogs joining you. Please note they limit the number of four-legged members per trip. See Details
Civita Park Civita Park is a dog-friendly, multi-level, 14-acre park and dog park in San Diego, CA. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you at the dog park, outdoor amphitheater, picnic grove, and interpretive gardens. Dogs are not allowed in the interactive water feature, bocce court, basketball court, or historic mining terrace. The dog park on site has two separate areas for play, where dogs are separated based upon weight. Please check with the San Diego Park and Recreation Department for requirements regarding vaccinations and age for use of the dog park. See Details
Tuna Harbor Park Tuna Harbor Park is a dog-friendly park in San Diego, CA. Located a 1-min walk from the USS Midway Museum, this bayside park features shaded grassy areas, a promenade and the Unconditional Surrender sculpture, which is the iconic image of a sailor kissing a nurse. Dogs are allowed on leash in all Port of San Diego parks. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 6:00am to 10:30pm. See Details
Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve is a dog-friendly area in Escondido, CA. Your leashed pup is welcome to join you on the 11 miles of trails through the reserve. Along the way, you can stop off at one of the picturesque picnic spots for a bite to eat and enjoy a scenic mountain view. Dogs must remain on a hand-held leash no longer than six feet. See Details
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