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Laid-back, small, and sun-drenched, Corning, CA sits nineteen miles south of Red Bluff, tucked between the Shasta Trinity and Lassen National Forests. An old railway town, Corning is now best known for being among the United State’s premium spots for olive growing.
Though Corning might be compact, it has a strong community spirit. Visit in October and you and your pooch can take part in the annual Olive Festival! Not only will you two get to sample some prime produce and attend the parade, but you'll also enjoy a ringside seat for the quirky annual Bed Race, which is exactly what it sounds like. Small town or not, Corning certainly has room for a veterinary clinic, and you’ll find 24-hour care available in nearby Orland.
Corning doesn’t have its own dog park, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! Both Northside Park and Woodston Park are lovely spots for a leashed walk, and the latter also has access to the Sacramento River. Not only that, but you’ll find some fantastically fur-friendly hiking options right on your doorstep. You’ll need to dive a little to get the best for your buddy, but you’ll find plenty of opportunities for off-leash adventures just a little further away in the surrounding area!
The Woodston Bridge Recreation Area is right on the eastern edge of Corning, and this pawesome preserve is a perfect spot for a hike with your pooch! The park curls around the serene Sacramento River, and provides gorgeous views of Mount Lassen, Mount Shasta, and the Trinity Alps. The trails run past some truly majestic mature oak trees, and most of them are rated moderate, so they’re suitable for all ages and abilities. There’s also plenty of pretty places to picnic! Be sure to bring your own water, as well as some bags to keep the area clean.
Many parts of Corning’s neighboring city of Chico could be called a pup’s paradise, but the furrific Bidwell Park really takes the (dog’s) biscuit! The 3,000-acre municipal park is a true gem and welcomes wagging tails off-leash between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the lower part of the park, and at all times in the less developed upper part. You and your buddy can play in the long grass, or take a nice stroll along Big Chico Creek. Go in the morning and you two can breakfast at Beatniks! This seriously cool cafe serves up a great Eggs Benedict and caters to canines outside.
If you and your fur-ball feel more secure in a fenced area, then the dog park at Degarmo Park is a real mutts-visit! There’s enough room here for your pup to leap about to their heart’s content, and there’s a walking trail around the inner perimeter of the dog run so you can get some exercise while your pooch is at play. Bags and water are provided, but there’s no separate small dog area, so be mindful of your dog’s temperament. After you two have worked up an appetite, why not chow down at Sol’s Mexican Grill? Their enchiladas are excellent, and doggy diners are welcome at their outdoor tables.
You’re never far from green space in Chico, and downtown is no exception. Cultured canines might get a kick out of a visit to Bidwell Mansion Historic Park -- you won’t be able to enter the museum, of course, but you can still appreciate the fabulous Italianate architecture from outside. More importantly, there’s plenty of space for you two to take a leashed wander ‘round the grounds. Where Downton Chico really shines though, is doggy dining! You and your pooch can grab a drink at the Madison Bear Garden, pop in for a pick-me-up at Tea Fusion, or go for a meal at B. Steet Oyster Co.
Despite what you might think from the name, Dog Island Park in Red Bluff is not, nor does it have, a dog run. You and your pooch shouldn’t feel too disappointed, though -- this furrific little park is still well worth a visit! The name comes from the shape of the island on the Sacramento River. The river walk is simply gorgeous and is bordered by lush green grasses and tall, mature trees. Your furry friend is welcome as long as they’re leashed, but remember to bring your own bags and water! Feel free to bring the whole family to enjoy the park's horseshoe pits, BBQ grills, and picnic areas.
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