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Located directly behind Torrey Hills High School, the Torrey Highlands Park is a perfect place for Carmel Valley residents to unwind after a long day of work. This beautiful neighborhood park comes complete with a jungle gym, sand pits, barbecue grills, and tons of grassy lawn areas for dogs to roam!
Because Torrey Highlands Park is a dog friendly park, it really creates a great atmosphere for dog owners to get together with other dog owners and allow their dogs to run around the park without a leash. It’s not uncommon for residents to make friends with other dog owners and set up future “puppy dates” plans. This park really is great for those Carmel Valley residents who have dogs and want a nearby park where their dogs can get all their excess energy out.
Not only is the park great for dogs, but it’s also a perfect place for those looking to get a little exercise in after work, or while their children have football or soccer practice. Lots of families can be seen walking through the nature path, and enjoying the scenic views and the wonderful San Diego weather.
Whether or not you have a dog or just simply want to get some fresh air, Torrey Highlands Park is a great neighborhood park to visit. It has something to offer for everyone in the family, including our beloved four legged friends. So grab your dog, bring your family and head on to Torrey Highlands Park to enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the park. You won’t regret it and your four legged friends will thank you!
David A. Moya is a Carmel Valley San Diego community contributor and influencer for positive change. As founder of The Carmel Valley Life he focuses on education, transparency and helping others find a voice for their passion. During his earlier years, he fed his entrepreneurial spirit and founded a company focused on helping kids committed to peak performance. David went on to pay for his BA in Finance through his real estate business and after graduating flew more than 30 flights to over 10 countries in order to master the art of communication and business. Today, he enjoys creating value for his community by leading a movement of responsibility – one of sharing knowledge, stories and a helping hand.