Dog Walkers in Alamo, CA

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Alamo, CA

5 Parks
3 Trails
1 Shop
4 Eateries
3 Groomers

Come visit Costa Contra County for a wonfurful time exploring the hidden suburban gem known as Alamo. Historically remembered for its agricultural wealth, Alamo is a quaint residential community set in a wildly beautiful and invigorating environment. Known for its burst of retail and service businesses, Alamo boasts pawsome entertainment and activities, plus five animal clinics.

Alamo is surrounded by a barkful of natural parks. From Alamo’s center, you can easily wag to the trailheads for a wooftacular hike and outdoor excursion at the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park. If you’re both feeling “pup” for it, then you could even hike the 17 mile loop, starting in Alamo and ending up in neighboring Danville! Dogs should be under voice control as you’re likely to spot wild cattle while climbing this rocky ridge. Pawtastic views overlooking the Bay area and Mt. Diablo await you and Fido!

If you’re not a hiking duo, no worries. There are plenty of good eats to find in Alamo where you can just sit back and relax while you woof down some grub. For this, you won’t want to miss Peet’s Coffee & Tea. Stop by at breakfast to enjoy cheddar biscuits and bacon n’ egg sandwiches coupled with a hot cup of joe. They also offer a delicious lunch menu and artisan baked goods.

Sweet and sunny Alamo, CA is waiting for your visit. Head on down to this quaint suburban city for a tail waggin’ good time with your K-9!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alamo, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,620/sq mi

    #1 West Alamo

    The West Alamo neighborhood welcomes you and your pup to dig into scrumptious Mexican cuisine at High Tech Burrito. Chat with Fido at one of their nine pet-furiendly outdoor tables while you dine on cheesy, saucy burritos or stuffed cajun shrimp tacos. West Alamo also offers you and your pooch a furtacular outdoor adventure exploring the Iron Horse Regional Trail. Once used as part of the old rail network, the Iron Horse Regional Trail is supported by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy that converts old rail lines into furry friendly trails.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,335/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Danville

    Visit the neighboring suburban city of Danville to enjoy the vibrant downtown neighborhood with all its dog-loving eateries and cafes. Sniff out Chow Danville for a lip-licking meal with Fido on their outdoor patio, complete with a cozy firepit! The furiendly staff would love to welcome your pup to their restaurant (how couldn’t they with a name like Chow). For even more dog-pun fun, grab a beer and a woofable meal at The Growler (no worries, the staff doesn’t bite). For upscale pups with fancy taste buds, try out the Peasant & the Pear for a delicious fusion of American, French and Italian cuisine. Bone appétit!
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,523/sq mi

    #3 Orange Blossom


    Wag down south to the Orange Blossom neighborhood in Danville to surprise Fido at the Osage Station Park! Your furiend is invited to join you on-leash to this dog-friendly park for a day of outdoor fun. Play your bud’s favorite sport at the park’s many sports fields, or make a homemade picnic and enjoy it at the park’s picnic and bench amenities. There is a ½ mile paved walking trail that circles the park so you can Fido can enjoy the park’s beautiful rose garden, shady trees, and make pals with other strolling pups and dog-owners. A most definite pawpular location for pup lovers, Osage Station Park even provides doggie waste bags for owners who forget theirs at home!

    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,662/sq mi

    #4 Paddock Hills

    For a change of scenery, head northwest of Alamo to discover the quaint city of Walnut Creek. A few miles drive brings you and your pup to the Paddock Hills neighborhood, where you and Fido can enjoy an off-leash run at Sugarloaf Open Space. Not your average dog park, the Sugarloaf Open Space has no fence, no gates, and no poop bags, so you might not need Fido’s leash, but make sure to pick up after your pup. This beautiful natural area has nearly 3,000 acres of grasslands and woodlands, so don’t forget to keep Fido under voice control at all times. Get ready for a barktastic time at Sugarloaf Open Space!
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,923/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Walnut Creek

    Ever felt bad leaving Fido at home while you go shopping? Now you can bring your pup with you! Downtown Walnut Creek offers you and your pup a pawtastic shop-til-you-drop experience at the Broadway Plaza Shopping Center. This unique open-air shopping center invites both two-legged and four-legged customers to come shopping in all the pup-friendly stores. Now you can take Fido with you to some of your favorites, like to Nordstrom’s or the Pottery Barn! Once your tanks are on empty, head across the street to refuel at Stanford’s Restaurant & Bar for scrumptious gourmet burgers and seafood specialty dishes to enjoy on the pet-friendly patio.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd