Dog Walkers in Canyon, CA

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Dog Areas in Canyon, CA

The forested community of Canyon is between Moraga and Oakland in the Bay Area. Although it's between densely populated areas, this small town offers access to several open spaces and parks. There are a few veterinary clinics just over three miles from here in Moraga.

You and your fur-baby can go hiking among the trees at Redwood Regional Park. This 1,830-acre property has meadows and a vast forested space. There are camping areas, picnic facilities, and over 40 miles of trails here.  Pups can join you, provided they're secure and under control. Pick up your pet's droppings.

Take your special pal to Lafayette Reservoir Recreation Area, about ten miles to the north. Dogs secured on a lead no longer than six feet can be here with you. The facility offers hiking trails, open space, a picnic area, and boating. Keep your pup out of the water and remove any messes.

Another furrific facility to visit with Spot is Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve. The primary staging area is about four miles northwest of town on Skyline Boulevard. Pick one of the many trails to climb Round Top for panoramic views of the surrounding areas. Dogs are welcome and can be off-leash in designated parts of the park.

Canyon is near some pet-friendly recreational spaces that you can visit with your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canyon, CA

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    Population Density 379/sq mi

    #1 Canyon

    Although it's just 3.5 miles outside of Moraga and about 11 miles from downtown Oakland, Canyon is a rural area. There are private homes on heavily wooded lots, a post office, and an elementary school in this community. You'll find a pawtastic place to explore with Spot just 5.3 miles south of here. Roberts Regional Recreational Area offers athletic facilities, picnic areas, and access to hiking trails that wander through second-growth redwoods. Walk through the forest with your pooch, then enjoy a meal here. Keep them secure with a lead during your visit. Carry bags to remove any waste left by your special pal.
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    Population Density 3,673/sq mi

    #2 Piedmont Pines

    About four miles southwest of Canyon, you'll find the neighborhood of Piedmont Pines in Oakland. This place is a residential community with single-family homes on wooded lots. Take a quiet walk in the area with your four-footed friend. There's a pawmazing, pet-friendly facility just east of here. Visit Joaquin Miller Park for a day of hiking and play with your furry pal. Explore the trails that wind through a variety of habitats. You can also let your pooch socialize with other canines in the off-leash play area on Sanborn Drive. Keep your fur-baby secure on a lead in the rest of the facility.
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    Population Density 1,810/sq mi

    #3 Caballo Hills

    Caballo Hills is about nine miles south of town. This Oakland suburb features private residences, apartment complexes, and some open land. Stop by the Masterworks Fine Arts Gallery on Campus Drive and view the exhibits. A furrific property to explore with your furry pal is just east of here. Bring Spot to Leona Canyon Regional Open Space Preserve. You'll find forest, meadow, and a creek here. The facility is open for dog walking. Keep your canine companion out of the water and under your control during your outing. Bring refreshments and carry some bags so that you can remove your pet's waste.
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    Population Density 1,503/sq mi

    #4 Sequoyah

    The community of Sequoyah in Oakland includes a country club, single-family homes, and apartments. This neighborhood is about 11.3 miles south of Canyon. From here, you're a two-mile drive away from a pawesome recreational area. Head to the Clyde Woolridge Staging Area for Anthony Chabot Regional Park. The 3,314-acre facility has miles of hiking trails and camping areas that include tent and RV sites. Set up camp near Lake Chabot, then take one of the paths through the woods to explore the property. Keep your pal secure on a leash when on the trails. Carry water and bags to collect waste.
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    Population Density 3,213/sq mi

    #5 Alice

    Just 6.6 miles south of Canyon, you'll find the neighborhood of Alice in Orinda. This residential area includes a few small businesses and homes on partially wooded lots. The roads offer a peaceful spot to walk with your pooch. Another pupful area where you can exercise your dog is at Orinda Oaks Park on Moraga Way. There's a picnic area with grills, water fountains, and a play area here. The property connects to another 111 acres of open space that you and your four-footed pal can investigate together. Hike around the grounds and enjoy the scenery, then share some food at one of the tables here.
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