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Dog Areas in Coachella

8 Parks
3 Shops
1 Groomer

Coachella is a popular city that enjoys a lot of tourism throughout the year, despite its rural area and surrounding deserts. The town is best known for its annual hosting of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, but is also known as the City of Eternal Sunshine that provides plenty more for residents of the city. There's plenty of lush and vibrant spaces that stick out from the desert landscape, most of which are dog-friendly to four-legged residents and visitors.

Bagdouma Park is the creme de crop when it comes to parks in the Coachella area. The park is open with lots of vegetation and green grass to run around on, and is surrounded by a paved walkway. There are 4 fenced-in baseball fields, multiple picnic pavilions, restrooms, a playground, picnic areas, and nighttime lights. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside the park, but can also enjoy features like water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches.

The Vietnam Veterans Park is a small, but open park in the middle of the city offering green space and paved walkways to use for humans and leash pups. The area has a large area for running, playing, and picnicking events, with an encircling trail, picnic tables, benches, water fountains, and trash bins available.

Although Coachella only offers one animal hospital, it offers much more in dog-friendliness and openness to the city's four-legged pals.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coachella

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,102/sq mi

    #1 Grapefruit

    The neighborhood of Grapefruit is a suburban neighborhood outside of the downtown area, and named after Grapefruit Boulevard. Dateland Park is one the more popular parks in the area, thanks to its abundance in open space, paved walkways, and park features like a playground, pavilions, restrooms, water fountains, and benches. Down the street from the park is Shady Lane Park, a cute little park with a vibrant green lawn and lots of trees that provide plenty of shade. There are open areas and a picnic pavilion that has picnic tables and water fountains. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,428/sq mi

    #2 Avenue 52

    Avenue 52 is a residential and industrial area with homes and factories. On the east edge of the town is Sierra Vista Park, a place that provides a lush expanse of vegetation and grassy terrain backed by the California desert. Inside the park, there is open space to play in, a fenced-in basketball court, two park pavilions, restrooms, and a playground under the trees. The secluded area is perfect for getting out and playing with Fido without any distractions, although you'll have to remember to leash him up before coming. In the shopping area of the neighborhood is the Paleteria Jiquilpan shop, which has lots of ice cream and shakes options to enjoy with your pup. There are vanilla options for Fido, including free water and dog-friendly seating outside.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,436/sq mi

    #3 De Oro Park

    The northern residential area of De Oro Park is a quaint one, named after the main park in the area. De Oro Park is a lush area with open space and lots of great amenities for humans and pups which include paved walkways, a playground with swing sets, a picnic pavilion, restrooms, and a baseball court. The walkway is .5 miles and encompasses the park, and includes access to additional features like water fountains and trash bins. On the northern side of the neighborhood is the Rancho Las Flores Park, a recreational park that has three soccer fields and a paved path that encircles the field. Along the route are picnic tables, restrooms, a playground, pavilions, benches, and water fountains.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,718/sq mi

    #4 Westside

    Westside is a residential community in the town of Indio, just 4.5 miles north of Coachella. The area is best known by residents and visitors for the Miles Avenue Park, a fenced-in park with features for everyone. There are open spaces, shaded sitting areas, paved walkways, a playground, enclosed tennis courts, restrooms, pavilions, and picnic areas. Dogs can run around and play off of their leash when in the fenced-in area, and enjoy additional amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches. Dominguez Park is another dog-friendly park inside the neighborhood and although not fenced-in, provides a lush area with lots of trees and grassy terrain, with a basketball court, paved trails, a playground, and a pavilion. Dogs have to remain on a leash, but will have access to water fountains and benches.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,299/sq mi

    #5 Shadow Hills Villa

    Shadow Hills Villa is an upscale residential community on the north side of Indio, 5 miles north of Coachella. Cahuilla Park provides a nice experience for park-goers thanks to its well-kept lawn and abundance of trees, with additional features like a playground, a pavilion, and fenced-in basketball courts. Dogs can run around and play, or take a stroll around the sidewalk that encompasses the park. The George S Patton Park is another similar park that also has a volleyball court, two gazebos, picnic shelters with barbeque stations, and an open area for pups and humans to enjoy. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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