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Dog Areas in Drytown

The oldest community in Amador County, Northern California, Drytown is actually registered as a California Historical Landmark. This is not the only thing that makes Drytown interesting. Even though the population of this tiny town is less than 200, the town has 5 antique shops!

Before Drytown was named a historical landmark, it was home to approximately 10,000 people. The town was thriving due to its abundance of gold mines. Unfortunately, the adorable town dwindled down into nothing when a fire burned down most of it.

If you live in Drytown, don't think that just because the town is small there is nothing for you and your pooch to do here! There are many lakes nearby where you and your pup can go relax. Furthermore, Sacramento is only a short drive away -- a bustling city full of food, activities and shopping. 

To the east of Drytown, you will find some of the most beautiful national parks in the state. Not only will you and your pup have plenty of things to do here, but you'll also have some wonderful opportunities to spend a quiet moment in nature with your best furry friend. Trust us -- this place is a nature lover's paradise!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Drytown

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 243/sq mi

    #1 Camanche Village

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    If you drive a mere thirty miles south of Drytown, you will arrive at Pardee Lake Recreation. This park surrounds a large lake, and has an additional two swimming pools and plenty of grass around the lake. The park also allows fishing in the lake, so you and your pooch may even be able to catch your own dinner! The park does not allow any loud boats or skis on the lake to preserve the natural serenity of the lake, making it the perfect spot for you and your pup to get some peace and quiet. Just make sure you take a leash! (And some doggie waste bags.)
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,581/sq mi

    #2 Tuolumne City

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    Although an hour's drive may seem like a long way, the drive to Stanislaus National Forest is definitely worth it. The forest is approximately 898,099 acres of beautiful terrain sprawling over four counties just west of Drytown. This forest is one of the most beautiful forests in California. It has plenty of hiking trails, lakes, rivers, campgrounds, and mountains. You can spend a day, weekend, or even a week at the park. Just make sure you take a leash, doggie poop bags and plenty of supplies. Your pooch will go crazy in the natural beauty of this gigantic forest preserve.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7/sq mi

    #3 Yosemite

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    Who hasn't heard of Yosemite National Park? This gigantic park, spanning 1,169 square miles, is located approximately an hour from Drytown. This park is famous for its ancient, beautiful sequoia trees, Bridalveil Fall, cliffs, valleys and greenery. If you like the great outdoors, you will love this park. Get plenty of outdoor gear, a leash, doggie poop bags, and food, and make a weekend of it! Your pup will love the clean, fresh air outdoors while you hike, read a good book, or just enjoy the peace and quiet. Trust us, you would be mutts to live in Drytown and not visit Yosemite!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #4 Eldorado National Park

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    If you drive only 45 minutes from Drytown, you will arrive at Eldorado National Forest. This forest is nearly 100 square miles, located in the central Sierra Nevada mountain range. This park is open year-round. In the summer, you can walk the trails with your pup or just relax in the beautiful nature. In the winter, you will find many families bringing their children and pooches for sledding. Before your trip, it is important to take a look at the weather in the area and wear the appropriate clothing. This may be the perfect time to whip out your pooch's winter booties!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,754/sq mi

    #5 Green Valley Rd

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    At only a forty mile drive from Drytown is Fido Field Dog Park -- the only dog park in the area. This park is an excellent place for dogs to run around, play and socialize with other dogs. It is also a local favorite, so you're sure to see plenty of other pups to play with. And the best part? It is an off-leash park so your pup can finally stretch his legs and run! Once you are done playing at the park, consider grabbing dinner at a pet-friendly restaurant in Sacramento. This may take you a while, since there are so many to choose from, but you and your pooch deserve a pawesome day together!
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