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Dog Areas in Diamond Springs

8 Parks
13 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
20 Groomers
Diamond Springs lies in the mountains of California at on elevation of 1791-feet. The town is considered a historical landmark for California, because it once was a gold-rich location and produced a 25-pound nugget which was the largest piece of gold found in the County. But dogs here are worth their own weight in gold, and Diamond Springs offers four veterinarians to ensure they are treated like the treasures they are!

Grab Fido and check out one of the awesome trails that Diamond Springs has to offer. The El Dorado Trail is 35.9-miles long and passes through the area's Gold Rush country. The beginning of the trail will wind through the Sierra Nevada foothills and is mainly paved, making it an easy hike for you and your pup. The trail is popular among mountain bikers and horse back riders, so keep Fido on a leash and close while the two of you explore this awesome trail.

Make sure to stop by Allez in Diamond Springs for a bite to eat before you leave Diamond Springs. They offer a casual setting with French food including stews, salads, and sandwiches. They also have a dog friendly patio where your pup can settle down and enjoy time with you while you eat a delicious meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Diamond Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #1 Broadway Village

    Three miles out of Diamond Springs is Placerville, which is home to a plethora of great dog friendly restaurants that you and Fido can eat together at. Pizza Bene is a great local diner that specializes in classic Italian cuisine and pizza. The Cellar at Smith Flat House serves an array of great options to choose from, including spicy pork pasta, stuffed pork chops, and brick oven pizza. Cozmic Cafe is a casual coffee shop and eatery that dishes out great vegan and vegetarian friendly dishes. All of these restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you for a tasty meal.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 115/sq mi

    #2 Lotus

    Coloma is home to the Marshall Gold State Historic Park, and only eleven miles out of Diamond Springs. The state park has tons of trails that you and Fido can explore, and some offer detailed signs explaining what is historic about the area. If the park is too busy for you and your pup, then check out the Dave Moore Nature Area. This well maintained park has an easy trail that is a loop route and perfect for any hiker. There is also access to the river where you and your pup can jump in to cool off before continuing your adventure.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 80/sq mi

    #3 Shenandoah Rd/ Bell Rd

    The Amador Cellars is sixteen miles out of Diamond Springs in Plymouth and a pawsome area to take Fido to for a great day out. This winery charges no fees for wine tasting and welcomes your pup to join you while you decide what wine you like the best. They strive to give their customers the best experience with reasonable prices. Fido will love sitting on their outdoor patio and enjoying the fresh air while you wind down and have a relaxing day out. When its time to head home, both of you will be nice and relaxed after leaving this pawsome winery.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 805/sq mi

    #4 Skinner

    If your pup has a rumble in his tummy, then stop into Fernando's Costa del Sol in Cameron Park which is only twelve miles out of Diamond Springs. Fernando's Costa del Sol is a family friendly Mexican restaurant that serves authentic food from El Salvador. Their menu includes burritos, quesadillas, tamales, plus they have a great selection of wine. They also offer an outside patio that is covered and welcomes you pup to dine with you whenever you visit. Both you and your pup will be feeling full and content on your way home after a tasty meal at Fernando's Costa del Sol.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 137/sq mi

    #5 Camino


    Nine miles out of Diamond Springs is the Sportsman's Hall in Camino Heights. Once a historical spot that served as a pony express stop, it’s now a great restaurant that serves comfort food and cold drinks. They have a great selection of steak, seafood, and local favorites like meatloaf and pork chops. There is a ton of amazing beer and wine, and if you're not a dinner person, then they offer a delicious breakfast menu as well. Their outside patio welcomes Fido to dine with you, plus their staff is welcoming to pups!

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