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Dog Areas in Campbell

1 Park
10 Eateries
17 Groomers

Campbell, California, is found in the technological heart of the United States, Silicon Valley and with many of the population employed in the tech field the choice for a pet to relieve stress and for companionship. There are approximately 250,000 domesticated cats and 200,000 domesticated dogs in Santa Clara County.

The best place for your dog to meet new friends is the Los Gatos Creek County Park. The park has its own dog run which is split into two sections: an area for medium sized and large dogs and a separate area for small dogs. The play area is equipped with astroturf but also has an area with dirt and trees for a more natural experience. This dog park is a total hit with the local dog owners!

If it's a weekend and you need a nice break, a great way to enjoy a cold one (soda or beer, depending on your preference!) and still take your dog with you is a visit to the Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery, which offers a full-service patio area. If beer is not your thing and you prefer another kitchen, then you will be happy to know that Campbell, California, has nine other restaurants where you can eat with your dog.

Other interesting spots for dog owners are the Edith Morley Park and the Los Gatos Creek Trail. While dogs have to be on the leash in these places, it is still a great way to enjoy the best that mother nature has to offer. Bottomline, there is no reason why you and your dog(s) should ever feel confined or bored in Campbell, California!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Campbell

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    Population Density 7,086/sq mi

    #1 Los Gatos Creek


    Located in the heart of Campbell is Los Gatos Creek, a beautiful nature preserve with plenty of naturally occurring plants and water sources. What most residents do not know is that the area is also home to Los Gatos Creek Dog Park. This dog park is nothing less than grand, as it contains two separate areas: one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. It is constantly cleaned and well-maintained. Your dog will be able to roam around freely so you can feel more than welcome to leave the leash at home! 

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    Population Density 9,459/sq mi

    #2 Hannah-Gregory


    Del Monte Park is one of the most loved parks in the entire city of San Jose, located merely 7 miles from Campbell. It has separate areas for dogs, split up according to their size. It also has tuft grass so even if it rains cats and dogs, it will never get muddy. You could even play in the park during the rain and your dog would come home with clean paws! The park is extremely well-maintained and has an abundance of seating, water fountains for humans and dogs, and cleaning supplies. Residents of Campbell would describe this dog park as nothing short of pawtastic! 

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    Population Density 7,167/sq mi

    #3 Rose-Sartorette


    Located only 7 miles from Campbell is the city of San Jose. Here you will find one of the most popular dog parks in the area, Roy M Butcher Dog Park. Many dog owners make the trip here because they want their dog to socialize while they meet other dog owners. The park has a large number of benches and chairs catering to dog owners. When it comes to dog sizes, you will have to enter the part of the park suited to your dog. It also has ample amenities, such as watering spots, cleaning tools and restrooms. All you need now is Fido’s favorite toy!

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    Population Density 8,581/sq mi

    #4 Saratoga Creek


    If you’re willing to drive 7 miles for your puppy, you could make a huge difference in their life. Located in West San Jose is a beloved dog park, the Saratoga Creek Dog Park. This location is visited by locals and residents of neighboring cities alike. The dog park is part of a larger park with plenty of amenities for the humans. While your puppy chills out on the lush green grass, you can sit at a table or a bench to enjoy a good book or some delicious food. Furthermore, the park is not as well-known, so if you want some alone time with your dog, this is the place furr you! 

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    Population Density 2,618/sq mi

    #5 Central San Jose


    Take a 15-minute car ride to the heart of the city of San Jose. There you will find Hart’s Dog Park. Although this is a very small fenced-in dog park, it is extremely idyllic. The park is located between two buildings, one of which has a beautiful mural on one wall. Because of its small size, this park is rarely crowded. Unfortunately, it does not have water bowls so make sure you take your own water source. It does have a few dog toys that are always available for play. Take your dog on a walk through downtown San Jose, do some shopping and end the day at Hart’s Dog Park. You will not be disappointed! 

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