Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Lytle Creek, CA

There are 2 dog friendly hiking trails in Lytle Creek, and 9 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 Lytle Creek.

Pet Friendly Telegraph Peak
Telegraph Peak Telegraph Peak via Manker Flat and Baldy Notch trails is a very difficult, though dog-friendly, 11.4 mile hike in Angeles National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. This trail loop has everything you can ask for in magnificent scenery including forests, streams, waterfalls, and mountains. The trail is at a high altitude and is steep and rocky, therefore it should only be attempted by pets and owners that are used to such terrain. Dogs must be leashed. See Details
Pet Friendly Ontario Peak Trail
Ontario Peak Trail Ontario Peak Trail is an extremely difficult, though dog-friendly, 14.5 mile hike in Angeles National Forest that will take about 7 hours to complete with Fido. Although Icehouse Canyon is a heavily trafficked area, the trail is so difficult once you get on your way you will be surrounded by other outdoor lovers. The Canyon is popular for its easy access to beautiful streams, ruins, and forests. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, snowshoeing, and backpacking and is best used from May until November. 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
Hidden Valley Nature Center and Wildlife Area Hidden Valley Nature Center and Wildlife Area is a dog-friendly attraction in Riverside, CA, offering 10+ miles of trails along the Santa Ana River and in the surrounding hills. There is also an additional, paved, 4+ mile bike trail that is great for dog walkers with strollers and toddlers. Please ensure Fido is kept on a leash. There is a parking fee per vehicle and an admission fee per dog. Please note: this location only accepts cash. No debit or credit cards will be accepted. See Details
Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail The Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Rancho Cucamonga! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. 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
Big Horn Mine Trail Big Horn Mine Trail is a 3.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. This is an unmarked trail that can be found below the Mount Baden-Powell/PCT path at the closed road. The trail follows an old mining road all the way to the mine. See Details
Cleghorn Ridge OHV Trail Cleghorn Ridge OHV Trail is a moderately easy, dog-friendly, 12.2 mile hike in San Bernardino National Forest that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. The trail is primarily used for ohv/off road driving and is accessible year-round. The steady hike will take you to the top of a nice ridgeline. See Details
Islander Park Loop Islander Park Loop is dog-friendly, easy .07-mile loop trail through the foothills of the Box Springs Mountains in Riverside, CA. It's a low-key dirt trail good for walking and jogging, and dogs are welcome on-leash. See Details
Sunset Peak Trail Sunset Peak Trail is a 7.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Mount Baldy, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. See Details
Claremont Hills Wilderness Park Claremont Hills Wilderness Park is pet-friendly. Located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains and the Angeles National Forest, the Park offers a five mile walking loop and smaller trails. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, as long as they are cleaned up after. Don't forget to bring your own bags. Park opening times vary by season but are usually from dawn until dusk. See Details
Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary The Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the City of Arcata’s innovative wastewater treatment facility. The dog-friendly sanctuary is 307 acres, including freshwater marshes, salt marsh, tidal sloughs, grassy uplands, mudflats, brackish marsh, approximately 5 miles of walking and biking paths and an Interpretive Center. By integrating conventional wastewater treatment with the natural processes of constructed wetlands, Arcata has succeeded in turning wastewater into a resource. Dogs must be leashed. See Details