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Dog Areas in Brentwood, CA

1 Park
1 Eatery
11 Groomers
With a population just over 50,000, Brentwood, California may still not be a large city, but it has undoubtedly been growing at a rapid pace. The influx of new residents has come with an influx of new pets, and there are plenty of parks and other facilities nearby to accommodate pets and their owners! There are four veterinarians in Brentwood proper, and several more in the surrounding areas. The same goes for Brentwood's dog parks: one is located right in Brentwood, but there are plenty more just minutes away.

If you visit Brentwood with your pooch, you won’t want to miss out on Derty Dog Fitness. They offer intensive exercise services for your pup, as well as sports like weight pulling! They also have a fully-equipped dog gym complete with dog treadmills, balance boards and more to keep Fido in tip-top shape.

Brentwood is an agricultural city, known for its delicious cherries, corn, and peaches. There is plenty of beautiful scenery to enjoy as well, and one of the best places to do this with your dog is at Marsh Creek Trail. This 6.5-mile trail is dog-friendly, and humans and canines alike will enjoy the wildflowers and exploring the bountiful farmland on the trail.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brentwood, CA

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    Population Density 583/sq mi

    #1 Sand Creek


    Located in the family-friendly neighborhood of Sand Creek, King Park is a great place to take your fur babies and your human babies alike! There are swings and slides, basketball courts, benches, plenty of green space, and sectioned-off spaces for big dogs and for little dogs. Guests enjoy this park for how well-maintained it is, which is largely in thanks to the doggie bags and rakes provided by the park for owners to clean up after their pets. King Park also features water fountains and bowls, so when your pooch is pooped, they can take a water break!

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    Population Density 4,042/sq mi

    #2 Nortonville

    If you and your doggos are looking for an adventure unlike any other dog park, visit the Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve in Antioch, just 15 minutes from Brentwood! Diamond Mines Regional Preserve is part of a non-profit organization called the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, which is working to transform a network of unused rail lines into well-maintained trails that are educational and recreational. With over 6,000 acres of green space, this spot is full of different trails for you to explore. Once you make it onto a trail, your dog is allowed off-leash! During your walks or hikes you’ll also enjoy astounding views and educational mining trails.
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    Population Density 5,000/sq mi

    #3 Markley Canyon


    Antioch is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from Brentwood, and totally worth the 20-minute drive if you’re looking to visit a great dog park! Markley Creek Park is in the Markley Canyon neighborhood of Antioch, and it’s the pawfect place to get some exercise with your pets. This park has sections for big and small dogs, a common area with poop bags, water fountains and trash cans, and plenty of benches and shade for taking a break. This park has gravel rather than dirt or grass, which is handy when it rains: no muddy paw prints on your car seats!

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    Population Density 4,513/sq mi

    #4 Springtown


    Forty minutes from Brentwood lies the Marlin Pound Dog Park in beautiful Livermore, California. Guests love how quiet the park is, which makes it an ideal place for socializing puppies without overwhelming them. The park also offers amenities like a playground, lots of green space, basketball courts, batting cages, big dog sections and small dog sections, plenty of seating, water fountains, and doggie bags. If Fido tends to take off, you’ll be glad to know the dog park is gated so you can focus on having fun with your pup rather than trying to retrieve them once they’re off-leash.

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    Population Density 5,906/sq mi

    #5 Ygnacio Valley

    Heather Farm Park in the Ygnacio Valley neighborhood of Walnut Creek (only 45 minutes from Brentwood!) really has something for every person and every pup: there’s a beautiful pond, a designated dog area, paved paths, grassy areas, wood chips, water fountains, picnic tables, and benches! While any dog park provides space for your dog to do their business, Heather Farm Park also has plenty of bathrooms of the human variety. Another great feature of Heather Farm Park is that it stays open rain or shine, and, thanks to the wood chip areas, your dogs can run and play without getting muddy paws. You can take dogs of any size here and find comfort in the fact there are sections for big dogs as well as little ones!
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