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Dog Areas in Cupertino

13 Parks
4 Trails
1 Shop
27 Eateries
1 Groomer

Cupertino, located in the western part of the Santa Clara Valley, is a puptastic place for dog lovers to bring their furry friends. There are 13 community parks, a preserve, and four trails that you can explore together here. If you're in need of professional services for your pooch, there are four veterinary clinics in this area.

Take your four-footed friend to Memorial Park off Stevens Creek Blvd and Mary Avenue to get some fresh air and exercise. This 28-acre facility includes open lawn, walking/jogging trails, athletic fields, and picnic areas. Follow the paved pathway with your leashed pup as it winds around the amphitheater, fields, and Veterans Memorial.

When you want an outdoor adventure with your special pal, head to Stevens Creek County Park. There's over nine miles of hiking trails in this 1,063-acre facility. You can also bring along a non-motorized boat and launch out in the reservoir with your pooch. 

Just south of the county park, you and Fido can explore the Freemont Older Open Space Preserve. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you on the trails in this 739-acre area. Hike with your pup along the rolling hills,  through the woods, and past hay fields. 

Whether you're visiting or living in the area, you and Fido will be able to find a variety of outdoor recreational activities to enjoy together in Cupertino.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cupertino

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    Population Density 6,483/sq mi

    #1 Creston

    Up in the northwestern part of Cupertino, the neighborhood of Creston is near some community parks and Stevens Creek. When you want to take a break from walking down the sidewalks in the area, hop in the car with your pup and head to the Mary Avenue Dog Park. This small facility has two fenced enclosures that allow small and large dogs to play together off-leash. For one-on-one time with your pooch, you can go to Varian Park off Varian Way. There's a paved trail that circles the 6.3-acre facility. Walk or jog with your canine companion past the playground and picnic area. Dogs need to be on a leash here.
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    Population Density 2,280/sq mi

    #2 Monta Vista

    On the western side of Cupertino, in the neighborhood of Monta Vista, you and your pup will find some lovely parks, a pupful hiking trail, and a nature preserve. After a nice walk past single family homes with landscaped yards, head over to the McClellan Ranch Preserve located along McClellan Road. A former horse ranch, this 18-acre facility features a garden, historic buildings, and a nature museum. Wander along the Stevens Creek Trail as it follows the creek through fields and wooded areas. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you here. Remember to bring along water and waste bags.
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    Population Density 11,476/sq mi

    #3 Rancho Rinconada

    Rancho Rinconada is a residential neighborhood with a few schools that's close to some community parks. Here, you can take your pooch for a walk or jog on the sidewalk. When you want to enjoy some green space with your special pal, head over to Creekside Park off Miller Avenue. This 13-acre facility borders Calabazas Creek on the west side. Stroll on the path that winds around the playground and athletic fields. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you in this area, provided that you clean up after them. The park is open from sunrise until an hour after sunset.
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    Population Density 9,189/sq mi

    #4 Wilson Park

    The Wilson Park neighborhood includes streets with single family homes and apartments as well as some commercial buildings. There are sidewalks that you and Fido can use to go for a walk through the area. Head over to Wilson Park to stretch your legs and enjoy a little green space. You can find parking off Parkside Lane and Wintergreen Drive here. Jog along the fitness trail with your pooch or pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic in the park with your furry friend. Dogs must be on a leash and under control. Make sure you bring along bags to pick up any waste.
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    Population Density 6,656/sq mi

    #5 Apple HQ

    The area around Apple HQ is a mixed neighborhood including the Apple Infinite Loop, residential streets, a few schools, and a park. There are sidewalks around the single family dwellings where you can stretch your legs with your pooch. When you want to share a picnic in the park with your furry friend, take him to Portal Park off North Portal Avenue. This small green space has open fields, a playground, and a picnic area. You can bring your dog here as long as you keep him on a leash and under your control. The park is open from sunrise until an hour after sunset.
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