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Dog Areas in Blue Lake

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Blue Lake is a small town located in the mountains of Humboldt County on the Mad River. This lovely town offers a few great parks to explore with your furry pal, and a delicious restaurant that the two of you can dine at together. Make sure Fido gets a clean bill of health at the one veterinarian that is located within the city.

If you and Fido want to relax and grab a cold one together, check out the Mad River Brewing Co. This pawsome brewery sits right on the Mad River and offers an outside beer garden that welcomes your pup to join you. Their menu includes traditional American fare that your dog will be drooling to get a taste of.

Get a good walk in at Perigot Park with your pup by your side. The park offers baseball diamonds, a playground, swings, and a local skating rink. There is a huge grass field where Fido can run around or play a good game of fetch, or the two of you can enjoy the walking path found throughout the park.

This small town is filled with amazing amenities for you and your pup to enjoy together, and Fido will love being with you every minute you explore Blue Lake.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blue Lake

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 207/sq mi

    #1 Fickel Hill

    The Arcata Community Forest is a great place to take your pup hiking and exploring. The trails will take you through the forest and redwoods, and gives you the perfect spot away from traffic and the town. The trails and forest are popular among other hikers and mountain bikes, plus you can take your pup off leash while you explore. If Fido isn't in the mood to hike, check out the Redwood Park, which features a large grassy area where you pup can get a game of fetch in. Located in Arcata, and only eight miles out of Blue Lake, your pup will love exploring these two parks with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 20/sq mi

    #2 Alliance

    If Fido is itching to check out a new park, head into Arcata to the Chevret-Vaissafe Park. This park offers a playground, basketball courts, and a few picnic tables. There is a nice, paved walking trail that goes throughout the park, so you and your pup can get a good walk in together. Your pup can play a good game of fetch or get some grass rolling in on the wide section of grass that the park offers. This park is also fenced in for added piece of mind if your pup is a runner! 
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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #3 The Springs


    Grab Fido and get exploring throughout the Jacoby Creek Forest. This 2,100-acre forest offers numerous trails that you and your pup can explore together, all underneath some beautiful redwoods that will keep you shaded along your journey. You may pass a creek in the forest, perfect for your pup to get some splashing in before continuing your adventure. Make sure to keep an eye on Fido, since there is some natural wildlife in this forest, which includes bears. Only eleven miles out of Blue Lake in Bayside, your dog will love walking through this beautiful forest with you.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 265/sq mi

    #4 Fisher

    Get a nice walk in with your pup by your side at Hiller Park. The park features a baseball diamond, hiking trails that lead to the river, a playground, a large open grass area, and a great view of the ocean. The park also offers a fenced in dog park where Fido can run around off leash and meet some new friends. The dog park is large and offers doggie water fountains so your pup can stay hydrated while you play. Located in McKinleyville, and only eleven miles out of Blue Lake, your dog will love coming to this park with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,582/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Arcata

    If Fido is feeling a bit hungry while in Arcata, stop into the Philly Cheese Steak Shop for a bite to eat. They offer Philly style cheesesteaks, hoagies, grinders, and hot dogs. With an outdoor patio that is dog friendly, your pup will be feeling at home in this restaurant. After a delicious meal, get a good walk in throughout Shay Park. The park offers a playground, and a nice walking path throughout some redwood trees. You will even come across a small creek when wandering around this pawsome park. Just make sure to bring your clean-up bags when you visit.
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