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Pet-Friendly Senior Living in Riverside

The Riverside area of California has an abundance of Fido-friendly senior living communities in addition to providing easy access to nearby local attractions and restaurants that welcome your furry companions. Lifestyle options include a variety of choices that range from independent living residences to assisted living facilities and memory care services.

Riverside Communities that Welcome Pets

Older adults in search of a place to call home within Riverside have several options from which to choose. The area has more than 70 senior living communities, many of which are pet-friendly and allow their residents to have dogs and cats. Raincross at Riverside offers assisted living and memory care services for seniors and welcomes pets. Residents at Raincross can enjoy delicious chef prepared meals and have access to a full range of on-site amenities, activities, and programs.

Pacifica Senior Living – Riverside Legacies Memory Care specializes in providing Alzheimer’s services in a pet-friendly environment and provides complimentary transportation for its residents. Integrated Care Communities – Moreno Valley, located east of Riverside, is a pet-friendly assisted living facility that helps seniors remain independent while providing support with daily living activities. Each of the above senior living communities have spacious grounds for their residents to walk their dogs while also being close by to local parks, trails, and nature preserves in Riverside allow dogs.

Fido-Friendly Nature Preserves, Parks, and Trails

If you are in search of dog-friendly places to bring your pets for walks and outdoor adventures, Riverside offers several options for you and your furry companions to explore. The Pat Merritt Dog Park has separate play areas for large dogs and small dogs along with sitting benches, shady trees, and access to drinking water. Carlson Dog Park lets your dogs play freely off leash within a secure area that has different sections for small dogs and large dogs plus agility equipment in a grassy area.

Rancho Jurupa Park offers spacious grounds with two lakes along with hiking trails where you can bring your leashed pet along for exercise. Mount Rubidoux Trail in Riverside lets you and your furry companion walk along the scenic pathways that offer a gorgeous view from the top of the summit trail.

The Hidden Valley Nature Center and Wildlife Preserve provides miles of hiking trails for you and your leashed dog to enjoy as you explore the nearby hills that adjoin the Santa Ana River. Other pet-friendly attractions include Islander Park, which has walking trails along the Box Springs Mountains foothills.

Restaurants in Riverside that Welcome Furry Friends

Head on down to any of these Riverside eateries that welcome well-behaved pets alongside their owners on the outdoor patio areas. The Crest Café is favorite among the locals in search of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options and they will serve your furry companions so you can both enjoy a delectable meal together. Simple Simons offers delicious sandwiches and bakery items and welcomes dogs at the patio tables. Antonious Pizza Café serves up their tasty pizza pies to patrons and the Smoky Canyon BBQ gets top reviews for their “corn muffins and cheesy potatoes.”

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