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Dog Areas in Albany, CA

7 Parks
2 Trails
2 Shops
8 Eateries
3 Groomers

The town of Albany, California is located along the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, directly east of the Golden Gate Bridge. This family oriented town is known for its quaint, small town character, and even has a main street sprinkled with “mom and pop” shops. Dogs and their owners love this town too for it’s pedestrian friendly feel and it’s many bicycle and walking paths that are spread throughout town. With the four veterinary clinics and hospitals in town, caring for your dog is a breeze in Albany!

Albany is home to it’s very own dog beach! The Buchanan Dog Beach is located along the eastern shoreline of town, and is sure to get your pup’s tail wagging. Your doggo can run, rinse and repeat all day in glorious off-leash freedom. There are often plenty of driftwood throwing sticks to go around. There is a port-a-potty and some trash cans near the parking lot, but be sure to bring waste bags and some drinking water for your pooch!

The dog-loving town of Albany has a wide variety of pet friendly restaurants for you to choose from! One of the favourites is Sam’s Log Cabin. This cozy restaurant has a covered and heated back patio that welcomes dogs. They feature a scone-of-the-day and homemade plum jam. With so many dog attractions in this pretty beach town, who wouldn’t want to own a dog here?


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Albany, CA

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    Population Density 8,625/sq mi

    #1 Ocean View

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    The Ocean View neighborhood is home to its namesake park and a variety of walking paths. The Ocean View Park is a 3.7 acre urban park, and best of all, is friendly to leashed dogs. The park features a variety of athletic fields, picnic facilities and a beautiful redwood grove. Use caution with your dog when in this park, because it backs onto a busy four-lane road. From this park, you can take the Lower Codornices Path to take a look at the University Village Community Garden, some more sports fields, and the Berkeley Skate Park. Due to a recent renovation, the pathways and sports fields are now well lit, so you and your dog can feel safe at in the evening too!
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    Population Density 13,699/sq mi

    #2 Thousand Oaks

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    The Memorial Park located in the Thousand Oaks neighborhood is a very popular urban park for families and dogs alike. The park features large, multi-use grassy areas and tall shade trees. There is a fenced area in the northeast corner of the park that is not specifically designated for dogs, but the dogs and their owners can often be found playing fetch or frisbee there. Other amenities in this park include public restrooms, walkways and athletic fields. You and your pooch may even be able to catch some free concerts or outdoor movies in this park! Leashed dogs are welcome, but be sure to pick up after him or her.

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    Population Density 14,826/sq mi

    #3 Hillside

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    The iconic Albany Hill Park is a haven for nature lovers, and located in the Hillside neighborhood. It rises to 338 feet above sea level, and is a great place for you and your pup whether you want peaceful relaxation or some heart pumping exercise. The park is rich with flora and fauna, and has eucalyptus trees and coastal live oaks that line the rustic trails. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, but look out for poison oak, and use caution on the steeper paths. When it’s time for a treat, try out Peet’s Coffee and Tea located just north of the park. This coffee shop has outdoor dog friendly tables, makes their own roasts, and offers artisan baked goods.
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    Population Density 3,173/sq mi

    #4 East Shore

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    The Albany Bulb is a surreal landscape that juts out into the bay, and is accessible through the East Shore neighborhood. Back in the day, it was used to dump construction debris, but it’s now been cleaned up and is an off-leash puppy paradise that offers tons of hiking. The Bulb is home to an array of urban art, including painted driftwood murals, graffiti and sculptures. The area has paved and wide dirt pathways that meander through the art, and allow for gorgeous views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and Alcatraz. This unique area gives you and your pup an original way to get to know Albany, while at the same time get some exercise in the fresh ocean air.

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    Population Density 10,507/sq mi

    #5 Albany Terrace

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    Locals love to bring their dogs for some fresh air and exercise in the little hidden gem of Terrace Park. This small, family oriented park is bordered by backyards and can be difficult to find. It has two unassuming entrances on the side streets of Terrace Street and Francis Street. The park is home to tennis and basketballs courts, and a large grassy area that your dog will love to run and play on. There is a picnic area available for use as well, which neighbors often use to host gatherings. Leashed dogs are free to use the park, so get ready to make some new furry friends!

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