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Dog Areas in Anderson, CA

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Anderson is a small city in California that sits near the Sacramento River. With a couple of vet clinics, some dog-friendly restaurants, and hotels that welcome pups to stay with owners, Anderson offers a few things for dog owners. The cozy area offers both affordable and high-priced housing, depending on how close a home is to the waterfront.

Anderson River Park is a pupular place for leashed dogs to explore with their owners. With open areas, sporting fields, picnic pavilions, and even some hiking trails, the park offers dog owners a furtastic place to get their furry friends some time outdoors. Anderson also is home to Churn Creek Cellars, a dog-friendly winery that lets behaved dogs roam the grounds with their humans.

The nearest place with dog-friendly attractions outside of Anderson is Redding, which will take you about 20 minutes to drive to the center. At its southern end, only minutes from Anderson, is a TA travel stop where dogs can get a rest from driving. Go a little further near Turtle Bay East Park and visit the Sundial Bridge, where you and your pup can get some bonding time by the water.

Anderson is in a great spot for you to find paw-friendly fun, dining spots, and outdoor recreation nearby.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Anderson, CA

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    Population Density 192/sq mi

    #1 Park Marina Village


    Park Marina Village is about 13.6 miles from Anderson. This Redding neighborhood doubles as an island in the Sacramento River and is only minutes away from central Redding, the Mt. Shasta Mall, and popular shopping areas of the city. Turtle Bay East Park is located in this area, offering over 80 acres of space for outdoor enthusiasts. The park has picnic areas, covered pavilions, plenty of open space for Spot to run, and several hiking trails along the Sacramento River on which your leashed dog is welcome to join you for some exercise. You’ll be close to several dog-friendly Redding restaurants, too, so stop for a bite to eat when you’re done!

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    Population Density 395/sq mi

    #2 Diestelhorst Addition


    The Diestelhorst Addition is another Redding neighborhood just minutes away from Park Marina Village and 13.9 miles from Anderson. It’s the home of the Diestelhorst Bridge, a historic attraction that was the first of its kind to allow cars over the Sacramento River. The area is right in the center of Redding, so there are several dog-friendly hotels and restaurants nearby, pawfect for when you’re just passing through. The Sandwichery has tons of cold and hot sandwich offerings and some relaxing outdoor seating where your pooch is welcome to join. Try Cinder’s Wood Fired Pizza, which sources local ingredients for its toppings, or Chu’s Too for some casual Asian cuisine for something a bit different. 

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    Population Density 385/sq mi

    #3 Benton


    The Benton neighborhood of Redding is just over 15 miles away from Anderson and just about a five-minute drive from the downtown area. Benton’s the home of the Benton Airpark, a small airport with some businesses and a café for pilots to hang out. Right near the Airpark is the Benton Dog Park, an excellent place for dog owners to visit with their furry friends to get them some off-leash exercise and socialization. You can also take Max to the Blue Gravel Mine Trail, part of the Rails-to-Trails organization that takes you through Redding’s woodlands and gives some great views of the nearby mountain ranges.

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    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #4 Breckenridge St


    About 19 miles from Anderson is the Breckenridge Street area of Red Bluff, a town that has several restaurants and hotels that are dog-friendly, making it a great place to stop when you’re traveling with your furry friend. This area of Red Bluff is only minutes away from shops and restaurants in the central part of town. You can take your pup to the Samuel Ayer/Dog Island Park along the Sacramento River. Your leashed dog can join you for a picnic, a walk along the water on one of the trails, or even a nighttime fire at one of the park’s public fire pits. 

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    Population Density 268/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    Downtown Chico will bring you about 60 miles from Anderson, but it’s a worthy place to travel if you’re up for an all-day trip with your pooch. The Downtown area of Chico is home to the Chico History Museum and Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park. Leashed dogs are actually welcome at the Historic Park to join you on tours – just let them know you’re bringing a pooch along! You and your dog will have plenty of restaurants that welcome furry paws in the area, like Peet’s Coffee & Tea, which has several outdoor tables for you to enjoy your breakfast and coffee. 

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