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Dog Areas in American Canyon

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1 Trail
7 Eateries

The sunny California city of American Canyon is a dog’s dream! This city has one great off-leash dog park and plenty of other parks and trails where you can take your pup for long walks. Plus, American Canyon has one veterinary clinic that can see to all your dog’s needs.

If you and your pup are in the mood for a leisurely walk, head to Veterans Memorial Park. This 14-acre park has a paved, flat trail surrounded by bushes and flowers. The park is also home to American Canyon's only dog park. Your dog will always have a pawesome time here!

For a more rugged hike, check out Crockett Hills Regional Park. This 1,939-acre park is about fourteen miles from American Canyon, and it features hiking trails that reach up to 800 feet in elevation. At the top of these trails, you’ll get amazing views of the surrounding hills and valleys. Dogs are welcome on-leash in this beautiful park.

American Canyon is filled with fun things for you and your dog to do, from parks to dog-friendly restaurants. You and your pup will never have to worry about getting bored in American Canyon!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in American Canyon

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    Population Density 6,216/sq mi

    #1 Broadway Street

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    If your pup is itching to go off-leash, bring them over to American Canyon Dog Park. This neighborhood dog park offers plenty of space for your dog to run around. It also has doggie bags and a water fountain you can use to fill up your dog’s bowl. Bring a couple of tennis balls or your dog’s favorite toy and spend the afternoon hanging out with your furry best friend. After you’re finished playing, head to Junction Brewery and Grill. This restaurant has dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve tasty farm-to-table burgers, sandwiches, and pasta. 

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    Population Density 4,993/sq mi

    #2 Lowell

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    If you’re looking for a good place to walk your pup, check out the Napa River Bay Trail. This lovely trail is open from dawn until dusk, and dogs are allowed on-leash. The flat, paved trail offers stunning views of the Napa River and the wetlands surrounding the river. There are also lots of benches and picnic tables where you can take breaks and enjoy the view. If your dog is thirsty after all that walking, head over to Starbucks and order them a puppuccino. Then, sit back and enjoy your drinks at Starbuck’s dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 5,333/sq mi

    #3 Visage

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    The Visage neighborhood in Vallejo is home to the pawesome 2.2-acre Wardlaw Dog Park. This park is just about seven miles from American Canyon, and it has separate small and large dog areas. The park has a grassy area where your dog can go for a run. There are also plenty of trees to keep the park shady and cool on those hot California days. Wardlaw also has walking paths where you can go for strolls with your dog, and there are doggie water fountains. While your pup is playing, you can relax on one of the park’s shady benches. Your dog will always have a furrific time here! 

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    Population Density 5,510/sq mi

    #4 Dry Creek Road

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    This neighborhood in Napa is home to one of Napa’s most popular dog parks: Alston Park. This fun park is located about 14 miles from American Canyon. It features separate small and large dog areas that have agility equipment, balls to play with, and water bowls. Plus, the park has a long path where you can walk your dog off-leash. When you’re finished at the park, grab brunch or lunch at the nearby Red Hen Cantina. This restaurant offers classic American and Mexican dishes with a contemporary twist, and they have dog-friendly outdoor tables. If your dog is hungry, order them a few pieces of bacon!

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    Population Density 3,462/sq mi

    #5 Shurtleff Ave

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    If you’re looking for a good place to walk your dog off-leash, head to Shurtleff Ave in Napa, which is just eight miles from American Canyon. Here, you’ll find Shurtleff Dog Park. This dog park has a long walking trail where your pup can walk off-leash. Just be sure to keep them under voice control. After you’re finished playing, head over to In-N-Out Burger for lunch. If your dog has been a good boy, order them a “protein style” burger, which is simply a plain all-beef patty with no bun. You and your dog can enjoy your lunch at one of In-N-Out’s dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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