Anyone that has a dog and lives within walking distance to Corona Del Mar’s coastline, surely knows what a great place this is to walk. Known to many as a “walkers community” Corona Del Mar is ripe with dog walking possibilites. If you want to walk your pet close to the beach head over to Corona Del Mar’s Ocean Blvd. You’ll find a winding sidewalk there, paralleling the coast, that will take you and you pooch from “Little Corona”, north past “Big Corona” (Corona Del Mar’s own state beach). This is Corona Del Mar dog walking at its best! A casual walk through this area and you’re sure to see fellow dog owners enjoying early morning and late night strolls here. If your goal is to put on some real mileage, you and fido will have to zig zag your way through any of CDM’s aptly named flower streets (Poppy, Poinsettia, Orchid, Narcissus, etc…). Like Balboa Island dog walking you will find beautifully landscaped homes, narrow treelined streets, and another affluent Newport Beach neighborhood that exudes otherworldly peacefulness.
Corona Del Mar Dog Walking Park?
There are a few parks (not “technically” dog parks) within Corona Del Mar where dog owners often congregate, the largest of which is located to the west of the Oasis Senior Center off the corner of Marguerite and 5th street. It’s not uncommon to see unleashed dogs, both big and small, running around here but beware. The city of Newport Beach does have strict regulations in place and dog owners are required to have their dogs leashed at all times. So whether you’re at this park or walking to or from any park in Newport Beach, please remember to always use that leash. If they spot you, you could be subject to a fine.
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