Off-Leash Dog Parks in Crestline, CA

There are 17 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Crestline. 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 Crestline.

Pet Friendly Hound Town Dog Park
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
Pet Friendly Lake Arrowhead / Cedar Glen Dog Park
Lake Arrowhead / Cedar Glen Dog Park Fully Fenced Open Off Leash Dog Area with Dog Poop Bags - could use donations of benches but a great place to let dogs play off leash - there is a park with restrooms, picnic tables and playground for children across the street called McCay park - plenty of parking. Surrounded by hiking trails, views of Lake Arrowhead, mountains, wildlife See Details
Carlson Dog Park Locals rave about this lovely, well-maintained off-leash dog park, which includes a separate small dog area, green grass, and agility equipment. The park is fenced. See Details
Pat Merritt Dog Park This lovely dog park is clean and friendly. Fully fenced with separate small dog area, benches, trees, and drinking fountain. See Details
Etiwanda Creek Community & Dog Park Dogs may run and play off-leash at the fenced-in Etiwanda Creek Community Dog Park. The park features separate areas for small and large dogs. See Details
Harada Heritage Dog Park This well-kept, off-leash dog park is fully fenced and includes a separate area for smaller pets. 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
Aurantia Dog Park This clean, well-kept dog park is fully fenced and includes separate areas for large and small pets as well as water fountains. See Details
Lime Street Park New park. Opened 10/25/14. Good shade tree but only 1 bench. Bring water dish as they do not have a dog fountain. See Details
Harada Heritage Dog Park Pets will love to romp and play off-leash at this fenced Corona dog park. See Details
Wildwood Dog Park This off-leash dog park is located in Wildwood Park and features separate areas for small and large dogs. See Details
Apple Valley Civic Center Dog Park Civic Center Dog Park Located on the eastern-most edge of Civic Center Park across the sidewalk from the retention basin, the dog park consists of two separately fenced sections for dogs based on weight class. One area is dedicated to dogs 25 pounds and under. The other is for dogs greater than 25 pounds. Each section has benches, a drinking fountain with a dog fountain, and doggie waste clean-up stations. Dog Park Rules: http://www.applevalley.org/home/showdocument?id=11058 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
Calimesa 4th Street Park The park features a pavilion, dog park, playgrounds, gardens and a multi-purpose trail with fitness stations. Located in central Calimesa, the park spans 2.79 acres. See Details
Hulda Crooks Dog Park Locals often bring toys and chairs to donate to this much-loved neighborhood dog park, which is fully fenced with separate areas for small and large pets. See Details
Twin Peaks Recreation Complex Situated at the far end of the park (behind the senior center and near the garden), you'll find a hidden gem. Offering 2 fenced areas for small & large dogs, it also has a 3 height water fountain, picnic area, nice seating area, and doggy waste bags. There is plenty of parking. See Details
Blue Buffalo Dog Park at San Manuel Stadium The Inland Empire 66ers have partnered with Blue Buffalo to create the first ever dog park in Minor League Baseball. The dog park is open during all Sunday games and is over 50 feet long and 25 feet wide. There are two separate spaces for small and large dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the grass areas of the ballpark during Sunday games, and now they can stretch their legs off-leash at the dog park, too. See Details