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Dog Areas in Cambria

1 Park
2 Trails
14 Eateries
Cambria, California is a stunning Pacific seaside town in San Luis Obispo County. It has a population of a little over 6,000 people, but its primary industry is tourism as it sees thousands more visit every year who come to enjoy the town and all it has to offer. Residents and visitors love the beachy atmosphere and the warm weather, and it's prime weather for being active outdoors with your dog any time of year. Luckily, not only does the lovely weather accommodate a desire to be outdoors perfectly, but Cambria also has plenty of outdoor activities, so you will never run out of things to do with your dog!

When you're ready for a break from the outdoors, stop in at Robin's Restaurant and bring Fido along to sit at one of their outdoor patio garden tables, where dogs are not only allowed, but are welcomed with fresh water. Those of us who walk on only two legs can dine on dishes like salmon bisque, boneless short rib, prawn enchiladas, or Malaysian chicken from their international menu. Robin's Restaurant is just one of many dog-friendly stops in Cambria you won't want to miss out on!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cambria

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 458/sq mi

    #1 Main Street

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    Cambria Dog Park can be found on Main Street in central Cambria, and it's a beautiful place to take your dog for some exercise. This big park has separate sections for big and small dogs, as well as plenty of water to keep your dog hydrated and tennis balls for them to chase. Cambria Dog Park has ample free parking, and there is plenty of shade to keep you cool when you need a break from the California sun. Many dog park surfaces are made of dirt or grass, but this particular park uses wood chips, and visitors love that this keeps their dogs' feet cleaner.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 773/sq mi

    #2 West Cambria

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    West Cambria is the coastal side of the town, and there are endlessly scenic areas to explore here. One great place to take in the sights while you exercise with your dog is at Lampton Cliffs Park. This two-acre park overlooks the ocean and welcomes leashed pets. There are different trails along the way, so you have various options for exploring the park, and when it's time to take a break, there are several benches. When the tide is out, you can walk down to the tide pools and wade around the beach with your dog.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #3 North Morro Bay

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    In under half an hour, you and your dog can drive from Cambria to north Morro Bay and visit Del Mar Park. This nine-acre park has several walking trails where Rover can accompany you on a leash. The park also has sports fields and courts, playgrounds, and a skate park. You and your dog are likely to come across several friendly people and their pets when you visit this park, and you'll be sure to add this to your list of favorite spots around Cambria. When the California sun gets too hot, you'll find shady trees and plenty of seating where you can get a reprieve from the heat.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,046/sq mi

    #4 North Cayucos

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    A twenty-minute drive is nothing when it means you get to visit a beautiful Californian beach where your dog can join you! Cayucos Beach is a fun spot to visit where your dog can run and play in the sand and the water while you both get some fresh air. Cayucos Beach usually has small waves that are ideal for playing in with your dog. The town of Cayucos is known for being dog-friendly, and their beach is no exception! Cayucos is a tiny beach town that is hard to beat when it comes to a quiet, California town that remains relatively untouched and ever so peaceful.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Morro Bay

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    Northeast Morro Bay is a 25-minute drive from Cambria, and this drive takes you the rolling, grassy hills and open space of the Jody Giannini Dog Park. This dog park has a section for bigger dogs and one for smaller dogs, as well as plenty of shade and seating when it's time to take a break or cool off. This park is surrounded by on-leash walking paths if you'd like to do that too, and the park provides plenty of balls to chase and pull toys to burn off extra energy during your time at the dog park.
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