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Dog Areas in Ashland, CA

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California is a well-known haven for dog owners, with dog parks in almost every town and plenty of pet-friendly surroundings and places to bring Fido. Ashland, a town in Alameda County formerly known as San Leandro South, is conveniently located between many of them! Surrounded by San Leandro, Cherryland, and Hayward, the town lies in close proximity to several recreation areas, including public parks and one of the best pet-friendly restaurants in central California. There are also three veterinary clinics in downtown Ashland for your comfort and convenience.

Ashland is also home to an expansive dog park located right in the downtown area! Edendale Dog Park is a barkvelous place to stop by with Fido for off-leash playtime with some new furry friends. Fenced and spacious, the park features a single area for dogs of all sizes, as well as lots of grass to play in and convenient water fountains for thirsty pups.

Lake Chabot Regional Park is a must-see place for dog owners who are visiting Ashland or just passing through. Located in Castro Valley, the park is nestled on the banks of a 315-acre reservoir and features multiple walking trails and comfy places for picnicking and relaxing in the shade! The park is abuzz with visitors year-round and is packed with outdoor activities for you and your leashed pup to enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ashland, CA

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    Population Density 11,053/sq mi

    #1 Hampton Road

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    Hampton Road outlines the northern part of Cherryland, a census-designated place that's situated near Hayward. This is where you'll find Old Creek Dog Park of Cherryland, located right next to Meek Park. This is the pawfect place to meet some local pups and enjoy some off-leash playtime! The park is roomy and spacious enough to provide two separate areas for small and large hounds, as well as benches, lots of natural terrain, and drinking water fountains. While you're here, you can enjoy scenic views of San Lorenzo Creek. Dogs are welcome to explore the main park as long as they're leashed. Don't forget to bring waste bags!

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    Population Density 691/sq mi

    #2 Palomares Hills

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    Palomares Hills in Castro Valley is an expansive area occupying the eastern part of town. Here, you'll find a few recreation areas with outdoor activities, as well as multiple dog parks and a few pet-friendly cafes with outdoor tables. Leaving behind the central part of Palomares Hills, head west to find Greenridge Park. This is a public park with a playground and lots of open area to explore! Is your pup looking for some off-leash fun instead? If so, Earl Warren Dog Park is your best bet! Roomy and conveniently located, the park has two separate playgrounds for small and large pups, agility equipment, benches, and shade.

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    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #3 Heron Bay

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    Heron Bay is a coastal neighborhood in San Leandro separated from Marina Faire by the Estudillo Canal. Quiet and remote from the buzz of the local commercial areas, Heron Bay features the Marina Community Center and the expansive Tony Lema Golf Course. What can you do with your fur-baby here? Head to Marina Dog Park, tucked along the shoreline right behind the golf course! This is a nice and quiet facility only locals know about. This beautiful park overlooks the ocean, offering wonderful views and lots of room to play off-leash and have fun! This park isn't usually crowded, so bring some toys with you in case there are no furry friends to play with.

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    Population Density 825/sq mi

    #4 Komandorski Village

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    Just north of Dougherty, Komandorski Village is a small neighborhood in northern Dublin centered on Dougherty Road and Amador Valley Boulevard. There's so much to see if you travel here with a pup! Start with Alamo Creek Park, featuring paved walking trails along the creek. If leashed walks don't excite your pup anymore, Dougherty Hills Dog Park and Dublin Trail, adjacent to the park, are both pawfect solutions! This spacious, green dog park is great for playing off-leash games with puppy peers, whereas the trail offers a more sedate off-leash walk. Keep in mind that there's no shade on the trail, so you might want to skip it on a hot day.

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    Population Density 5,703/sq mi

    #5 South San Ramon

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    Love traveling with your favorite puppy passenger? Take a 30-minute road trip east of Ashland to the southern part of San Ramon. Before you start exploring the city center, stop and stretch your legs at Del Mar Dog Park, a huge recreational space open from dawn to dusk! This is one of the most popular dog parks in the city, so get ready to socialize a lot with the local pups and their parents. Or, check out the fenced dog park at Memorial Park, near Bollinger Canyon Road. This park has separate sections for large and small breeds and lots of sand to dig up!

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