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Dog Areas in El Dorado, CA

1 Trail
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

There's more than sunshine and wagging tails in the community of El Dorado, California! This pet-friendly place was known as Mud Springs but was eventually changed to El Dorado, which means "the golden one" in Spanish. There's also an El Dorado Hills nearby so don't let your doggos get confused! The name change mirrored the mid-1800s happenings when the community hosted miners who were traveling along The Carson Trail.  During the community's early history, gold production and mining were the biggest allures drawing people to live in El Dorado. Nowadays, the community welcoming to the doggos, and the beautiful hilly lands here are pawfect for exploring with a nature-loving pooch!

Dog owners love living in El Dorado! As a community in the larger El Dorado County, there are tons of doggie amenities close at paw! There are 2 pet groomers within 5 minutes of wherever you live in El Dorado. The surrounding communities have everything else you'll need for Fido, like dozens of veterinarians and pet stores. When you get home after a busy day -- greeted with happy barks and wagging tails -- you can head over to one of the 4 pet-friendly restaurants in El Dorado. These spots have great outside seating areas where you and Fido can enjoy the California breeze and a fetching meal. The fun doesn't stop there! Just grab the leash and head out to explore the golden lands of El Dorado!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Dorado, CA

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 251/sq mi

    #1 Deer Park Estates


    Do your dogs like to work up an "a-pet-tite" before heading out on the town for dinner? If you live in Diamond Springs, you can check out the old Gold Rush country along the El Dorado Trail. The trail spans almost 36 miles from Camino West to the line separating El Dorado and Sacremento counties along the Sierra Nevada foothills. Along the way, you and Fido can see historical architecture, forested lands, and visages of the Gold Rush. Hiking a short segment with your pup is your best bet! After a hike, you can head to Allez! for some dog-friendly French cuisine. You and Fido can try dishes like Salade Chevre Chaud, Prawns Martiniquais, or the Trio De Saucisses Maison. Bone Appetit!

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #2 Gold Country


    Does your dog like to escape the hustle and bustle of the Golden Rush town? From the middle of El Dorado, you and Fido are less than a half-hour drive from Eldorado National Forest. This pet-friendly wilderness is perfect for hiking, fishing, and camping with your dog. You can explore the original site where gold was discovered along the American River at Coloma. During the winter, you can grab the leash and snowshoes for a snowy trek over the 786,994 acres of beautiful land. The summer makes a great spot for primitive camping, and when it starts snowing, you and Fido can always shack up in a cabin! Bring Fido to explore the wild side in Eldorado National Forest!

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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 251/sq mi

    #3 Pino Vista


    Do your dogs hate being left alone while you hit the town on the weekend? If you live in Placerville, there are tons of dog-friendly options that let you and Fido get out of the house! Fido knows the best way to start off the day is with "bark-feast!" All the furry locals love going to one place: Sweetie Pie's! Here, you can grab specialties like buttermilk pancakes, huevos rancheros, or a build-your-own omelet! Sweetie Pie’s also serves an amazing lunch and has a pretty paw’s worth of delicious baked goods. If you’re looking for dinner you can always head down to The Smith Flat House — a restaurant that serves up tasty, upscale food options that will have Fido going mutts! You two can dine your way through options like scallops and pork belly, Crab Louie salad, or a lamb shank. Fido’s going to need some treats to keep from getting jealous!  

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #4 Pleasant Valley


    Do your dogs consider themselves gourmands and love to take their place next to you at the dinner table? If your dog loves diving for table scraps, you can bring them to two different pet-friendly restaurants in the Pleasant Valley neighborhood. Fido's first choice is a restaurant that serves more than just "bark-b-q" at the local favorite -- Poor Red's Bar-B-Q! Here you can grab the 6oz salmon fillet, whiskey peppercorn flank steak, or roasted half chicken. The other spot Fido loves is the Way Back Bakery where you can get some pawesome dessert! At this "bark-ery," you can pick up a specialty cake shaped like Air Bud or Clifford! Your Fido can have a day solely "dog-icated" to everything four-legged in Pleasant Valley!

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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 251/sq mi

    #5 Shingle Springs


    Does your dog enjoy the simple things in life and is all happy barks and wagging tails after a trip to the park? In the neighboring community of Shingle Springs, you can visit Bradford Park. This 5-acre park welcomes dogs and has all the amenities you'll need for a nice picnic or a game of fetch. There's a small sports field where you can play with Fido and plenty of large pavilion areas where you can grill and just enjoy the shade. The neighborhood of Shingle Springs itself is slow-paced, without too much traffic, which makes it a great neighborhood for relaxing dog walks. Fido's barkin' at the bit to go for a walk in Shingle Springs!

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