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Dog Areas in Clovis, CA

2 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
12 Groomers

Beautiful scenery and miles of trails beckon as you approach Clovis, CA. You can explore these special places with your dog in tow.

The Sierra National Forest provides 1.3 million acres of the great outdoors for both you and your dog. Hiking trails stretch for thousands of miles through the vast forest, making it an ideal spot to take your leashed pet.

The Fresno-Clovis Rail-Trail has turned former rail lines into a network of trails. It’s the perfect place for you and your pet to enjoy a walk together.

No restaurants in Clovis allow pets on their premises. However, more than a dozen, establishments in nearby Fresno permit pets on their property. Jamba Juice is particularly pet-friendly. They not only welcome dogs in their outdoor seating area, but they also have a grassy area where dogs can play.

Only one motel in Clovis, the Homewood Suites, allows pets in their rooms. You can bring up to two pets, with a fee of $75 per stay. However, a number of motels in nearby towns also allow pets.

The beautiful outdoors is calling to you and your pet in Clovis, CA. Travel there and have fun with your four-legged friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clovis, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,613/sq mi

    #1 Woodward Park

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    Named after its famous regional park, the largest of the three major parks in Fresno County, Woodward Park is undoubtedly one of the most dog-friendly neighborhoods in the entire state. It’s just a 15-minute drive from Clovis. Everyone is super cozy, and your pet will have a pleasant time making friends with other pups while trotting down the clean, leafy suburban walkways. The public park offers a massive 280 acres and five miles of multipurpose trails, whose small hills, lakes, and streams are perfect for some fun afternoon exploration with your pup. There's also a fenced off-leash area in the park that's sufficiently spacious for your dog to play and mingle freely. Woodward Park and its immediate environs have more than enough dog-friendly restaurants and stores, including the popular Riverside Pup Paradise, a one-stop shop for everything your dog needs such as grooming, vet services, and even training.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,613/sq mi

    #2 Champlain Drive

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    It won't take you more than a few seconds in Champlain Drive to realize how much of a dog haven it is. A beautiful neighborhood in the northern Clovis area, Champlain Drive's loving pet community will welcome your adorable furry friend with open arms. There's also plenty to explore, including Todd Beamer Dog Park, where pups are free to wag around and play off leash. If you're a golfer, you will be delighted to learn that Fort Washington Golf and Country Club, which is northwest of Champlain Drive, allows you to bring your dog along for some tee time. And, because the neighborhood is just a jump north of Woodward Park, you get the same access to the expansive regional park and its other great amenities.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,613/sq mi

    #3 Selma Layne Park

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    Sitting pretty along E. Shepherd Avenue, approximately 10 minutes outside of Clovis, Selma Layne Park is most known for its high pet-acceptance rate, which stands at over 70%. A relatively quiet neighborhood, Selma Layne Park is surrounded by nature, which you and your pet will immediately love. The memorial park is an excellent place for pups to stretch their legs and play around, and if you drop by in the less-crowded early mornings, you can let them off their leash. Selma Layne Park also offers a fair variety of dog spas, groomers and dog sitters to help you pamper your lovely pooch. What's more? If you love to take an occasional hike to enjoy the companionship of your pet, the neighborhood comes with easy access to the Fresno-Clovis Rail-Trail, which is part of a nationwide rail-trail network supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,341/sq mi

    #4 Scottsmens

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    Located in the southern Clovis area, Scottsmens is a relatively quiet, family-friendly and most importantly dog-friendly neighborhood that is home to a steadily growing puppylation. In addition to clean streets and spacious sidewalks, Scottsmens offers access to two general-purpose parks, where your four-legged sidekick can enjoy a little frisbee time. The lake is also a great place for Fido to get acquainted with other pups in the neighborhood, especially over the weekend. Scottsmens is rich with pet-friendly restaurants, many of which offer outdoor seating. There's also a good number of specialty stores, most notably Tractor Supply Co. which, in addition to selling the largest selection of pet supplies in town, will let you bring your leashed dog into the store. Other great amenities in the Scottsmens area include Rover Dog Sitters and All-Ears Dog Training, both of whom will take good care of your beloved pet.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,262/sq mi

    #5 Been Park

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    Been Park is quickly becoming the place to live with your furry friend. Although fairly small compared to most other neighborhoods in the central Clovis area, Been Park wins the hearts of many dog lovers with its peaceful suburban setting, well-laid-out streets, and friendly residents. In addition to the neighborhood park, Fido will also be free to visit PetSmart for some quality grooming, and Clovis Pet Care for any necessary check-ups. Been Park has a buzzing retail area on W. Herndon Avenue, with many stores and restaurants, and some, like Farmers Boys, will let your dog hang out with you on the patio. Other fun-filled and explorative locations like Railroad Park and the Fresno-Clovis Rail-Trail are also just a bone-throw away. 

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