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Dog Areas in Amador City

In 1849, the Sonol group struck gold. They found veins that made Amador City come alive seemingly overnight. People were pouring in, convinced that they were going to strike it rich. A year later, it was gone. It seemed hopeless. People were too broke to leave, but couldn't make enough to live on. Then, they found something else in those mines: quartz. So they put in stamp mills. That gave the city purpose. It gave the city the life that it needed. The city began to thrive and people once again came in by the hundreds; this time, they stayed. 

Amador City has a legacy of antiquing. You and your dog can walk the outdoor craft mall that has shops lined up and waiting for you. Some of them will allow you to bring your dog in, although some are breed restrictive. Please bring your leash and plenty of water for you and your dog. There isn't much shade, but there are plenty of seating areas. 

If you are looking for something to fulfill your sense of adventure, then you could try mining for gold! There are many mining areas that are family-friendly. You can walk the trails with your dog, but they aren't allowed in panning areas or allowed to splash in the water. Your children can't play in the water, either.

You can find more conventional dog-friendly spaces just a short drive outside Amador City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Amador City

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #1 Highway 88

    Kirkwood Campground is the place to come for your next big adventure. It is located right in the heart of the quiet county. This beautiful campground is full of wildlife rustling in the trees and scampering along the ground. You will enjoy the walking trails with your dog, but your pal will need to stay on a leash while exploring. You can kayak, canoe, and even paddleboat right on the lake! This is the pawfect place to get a digital detox. It is almost magical. Bring lots of water for you and your dog. Please remember to keep your dog on his leash in all areas of the campground.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 286/sq mi

    #2 Silver Lake

    If you want a place to fish, swim and picnic, you should come on down to Silver Lake. They have streams that you can fly fish in. There are places to throw in your hook from the shoreline, or you can grab a boat and enjoy an excursion on the water. You will love having your dog by your side while you play in the sun. You will need to keep your dog on his leash while you fish and swim, but it is well worth it for the peace and quiet that comes along with it. Silver Lake is located in Pioneer, California, about seventeen miles from Amador City.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #3 Main Street

    Whitewater Grill and Saloon is located in the Historic Hotel Leger, which is dog-friendly but is breed restrictive and only allows dogs under 100 pounds. They do have some pet-friendly rooms that you can rent out if you need a place to stay. The back pool and patios are both open for dogs to join their humans for a meal or for drinks. This is a great place to come and relax, and is located only six miles from Amador City. This restaurant doesn't serve breakfast, but their lunch and dinner options are delicious and full-service, so come on down and let the staff take care of you and Fido!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #4 Shenandoah Valley

    Amador Cellars is actually located in Plymouth, about 10 miles from Amador City. They have some of the most beautiful vineyards that you will ever see. Not only are they great to look at, but they also feature some of the best wine your taste buds will ever experience! You can bring your dog on over for a wine tasting to pick up a bottle or two. This is a popular wedding destination because they will allow you to have your dog in the ceremony! Once you have tasted the wine and found a favorite, you can order online so that you get your new favorite wine without ever having to leave the house.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 211/sq mi

    #5 East Placerville

    The El Dorado Trail is simply amazing. You will love that you have 35 miles of gold country to explore with your dog. This is an area so rich in history that you'll feel like you have taken a trip back in time. The beauty of the area is magical and breathtaking. Most of the trail is paved, but there are a few areas where it is just a dirt path. Please keep your dog on a leash because the trail is home to wildlife, and people also use this trail to ride their horses. Bring lots of water and great hiking shoes, because once you make the thirty-minute trip to get here, you won't want to leave!
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