Dog-Friendly Eateries And Parks In And Around Canyon Lake

dog friendly in canyon lake Have you ever wanted to take your dog out with you, but didn’t know if your destination(s) would be dog-friendly or not?  Have you ever wondered if there were any dog parks nearby or if there were any coffee-shops that allowed dogs on the premises or at the least, around their patio areas? Well, here’s a list of dog-friendly eateries/coffee shops and dog parks that we’ve put together covering Canyon Lake and the surrounding areas.  We’ll be posting a more detailed list of dog-friendly restaurants at a future date.

Keep in mind that your dog(s) should be well-mannered for the safety of others….and of course, yours, too.

Though these places are considered “dog-friendly”, it’s always a good idea to bring water, snacks for the pup(s) and perhaps, a collapsable drinking bowl with you. Additionally, always bring a leash regardless of a no-leash notation.

Canyon Lake:

  • Sports Stop Pub & Grill (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Canyon Lake has four parks that allow leash-only dogs on the grounds. They are:
    • Eastport Park, Emerald Park, Harrelson Park and Lions Park. Though all four are regulated to leashed dogs only, Eastport Park is in the planning stages to eventually have a fenced-in, no-leash section for dogs to run and play in. Bookmark this post for future updates.

Canyon Hills:

  • Grapes and Tomatoes (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Baskin-Robbins (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Hana Sushi of Canyon Lake (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Canyon Hills Dog Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in areas. There are separate sections for large and small dogs.)

 Lake Elsinore:

  • Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio table area only). Sometimes, they even put out a doggy water bowl for the visiting pups!
  • Starbucks on Grape Street (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio area only). Sometimes, if you go through drive-through and they see you have a pup in the car, they’ll give you some doggy treats!
  • Hell’s Kitchen (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio area only)
  • Morgan Trail is a moderately easy, 6 mile hike in Cleveland National Forest that will take 2.5 hours to complete. Leashed dogs are allowed on this hiking trail.
  • San Juan Loop Trail is a 2 mile hike in Cleveland National Forest which would take an hour to complete. Leashed dogs are allowed on this hiking trail.
  • There are three Lake Elsinore City Parks that have designated unleashed dog areas.
    • Canyon Hills Community Park, Mc Vickers Pak and Rosetta Canyon Community Park.

Menifee:

  • Countryside Marketplace Outdoor Eating Area ~ Chipotle, Panda Express, Subway, Starbucks, Trio BBQ (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio area only)
  • The Breakfast Club (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio area only)
  • Aldergate Park has a huge no-leash dog play area.  Here’s a Youtube video we found (filmed in 2011) that shows some furry pups playing at Aldergate.
  • Menifee Dog Park – Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in designated areas. The park is located near Newport and Murrieta Road

Corona:

  • The Shops at Dog Lagos is a dog-friendly outdoor mall.  Up to 30 stores allow dogs inside (as long as they are leashed).  These shops will have stickers indicating so on their windows.  Leashed, well-mannered dogs are also welcome in the common areas.
  • Dairyland Dog Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in areas).  Nearby restrooms, picnic tables, water features.
  • Harada Heritage Dog Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area with separate section for smaller pets)
  • Dog Park at Butterfield Stage Trail (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area)
  • Parkview Meadows Dog Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area)dog ready to eat

Murrieta:

  • HoneyCutt Farms (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Torrey Pines Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area)
  • JC Pooch Park (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area)
  • Fisherman’s Camp Trail is a moderately easy 6.5 mile hike in Cleveland National Forest 3.5 hours to complete. covering 38,000 acres; it is the largest in the forest.  Leashed dogs are allowed on this hiking trail.
  • Santa Rosa Plateau’s Sylvan Meadows Multi-Use area allows leashed dogs, horses and mountain bikes along the North side of Clinton Keith Road.  In addition to entrance fee, there is a $1 charge for each pet.

Wildomar:

  • Teak Woods Bar and Grill  (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)

Temecula:

  • Bailey’s Winery (allows leashed dogs in the tasting room)
  • Churon Winery (allows leashed dogs in the tasting room and outdoor areas.  The Inn does not allow dogs)
  • Oak Mountain Winery (allows leashed dogs in the tasting room and outdoor areas)
  • Frangpani Winery (allows leashed dogs in the tasting room, outdoor areas and lower picnic area)
  • Miramonte Winery (allows leashed dogs in the tasting room and outdoor areas)
  • Hart Winery  (leashed dogs are welcome)
  • Palumbo Family Vineyards  (leashed dogs are welcome)
  • Dog Park Cafe (Restaurant for dogs – people bring their own food.  Pet supplies and groomer on the premises as well)
  • Front Street Bar and Grill  (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Bushfire Grill  (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Gershon Bachus Vintners offers seated wine tastings. (leashed dogs are welcome)
  • Temecula Hills Winery (leashed are dogs welcome)
  • Temecula Dog Exercise Area (unleashed dog park includes plenty of room for dog owners to relax while pets romp and play)
  • Carol’s (Sundays Only – leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor dining area)
  • Marie Callendar’s (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Lazy Dog Cafe  (leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor patio dining area only)
  • Redhawk Dog Park at Redhawk Community Park  (unleashed dogs are invited to play in designated fenced-in area)

NOTE:  Please feel free to contact any of these locations to gather details on their dog-friendly status before you make a visit ~ just to make sure they meet your expectations!  We also recommend checking out reviews on Yelp, too; so you’ll hear what other dog-lovers have to say about these dog-friendly places!.

If we missed a dog-friendly locale, please let us know below and we’ll add it to the list!  Thanks so much for visiting!

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