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Limited, But Enough.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

I wasn’t s sure that camping in this state park would be any fun for my dogs, because they are not allowed on the hiking trails. But, we did find that the campground was large enough to walk around , and there is a 0.6 mile long sidewalk that goes across the open desert to the Visitor Center in which dogs are allowed! This was more than enough for my two seniors. Also the city of Borrego Springs is nearby, which isn’t state park, if your dogs need more freedom. The city also has over 100 giant outdoor sculptures in the desert that are dog friendly, and some dog friendly restaurants.

Oct. 26, 2019

Very Dog Friendly

The Corner Store

Plenty of room out front for multiple dogs. Water bowl, owner loves dogs. Food is good, and fairly priced. Great old store with great variety of sodas and beers. Pastries a must, souvenirs, and toys also. Always a good time.

Sep. 14, 2019

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Dog friends
Bella takes a walk
Brisbane posing for a pic
Sydney loves the Art Center
Old Town Marketplace
Covered wagon
Wine tasting
Hollyridge Trail
Bell on Lassie’s Star
Breakfast On The Patio
The Dog Menu
Nice Dog Park !
First Walk In Laguna Beach
Breakfast At Corner Bakery Cafe
Walk To The Visitor Center
Off To The Drive-In
Walk to the Visitor Center
Dog Department Inside !
Julian Grill
Redwood Grove
Sun & Sand at Dog Beach
Dog Beach
Breakfast With The Dogs
Bubba Relaxing
Outside Patio
Nice Patio
First visit
First visit
Great Beer
Angel City Brewery
Tar Pits
La Brea Tar Pits
Walking the garden
A walk in the garden at UCLA
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