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Dog-Friendly Eateries And Parks In And Around Canyon Lake

By Elle | Featured

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!