Gorgeous landscape surrounds Corcoran, with scenic desert plains and rocky hills, the area is only an hour from the Sierra Nevada Mountain range and two hours from the Pacific Ocean. Inside the thriving community is an up-to-date retail district with industrial parks, and 2 animal hospitals. Multiple parks cover the town's area, and most of them are dog-friendly, making a great place to get out and enjoy the day with Fido.
The area of Corcoran Community Park is a recreational space with a lot to offer residents. The small area is home to the city's YMCA, a pool, grassy areas, and shaded sitting areas for Fido to play in. There are paved trails with water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Dogs do have to remain on a leash at all times while inside the park.
Burnham Smith Park connects to Corcoran Community Park and offers a lot more, including a mile of paved walkways that connect multiple features. There's an open field, 4 fenced-in baseball fields, a soccer field, basketball courts, and a playground to enjoy. Dogs can play in the fenced-in areas as long as no teams playing or exercise in the open fields. Additionally, there are water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
Whether exploring the natural area or taking a walk out in one of the well-maintained parks. Corcoran offers a wide variety of sites to take Fido.
Banium Avenue is a suburban neighborhood outside the city's downtown area, with rows of residential homes. The community is known for the large area of Cesar Chavez Park, which has a pleasant place to play, sit, or just walk with your pup. There's a short paved path, with a soccer field, playground, pavilion, and picnic tables inside the fenced-in park. Dogs still have to be on a leash inside the park, but can also enjoy trash bins, benches, and water fountains. For a quieter place to play, walk over to Flory Avenue Park, since it offers a nice triangle space backed by trees. The lot is mostly made from a gravel and grassy terrain, with shaded sitting areas and trash bins.