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Dog Areas in El Dorado Hills

20 Parks
3 Trails
15 Eateries
4 Groomers
El Dorado Hills is a rural community right outside of Sacramento. While it may seem like a smaller town for California, El Dorado Hills was ranked 77th in CNN Money Magainze's best places to live in 2007. With a plethora of dog friendly restaurants and places that Fido can visit with you, dog owners can get in on the action! And with seven veterinarians in El Dorado Hills, Fido can check being healthy off his list when visiting.

The El Dorado Hills Community Park and Pool is a fantastic spot to explore with Fido, not only because they have an amazing nature trail, but also because they provide restrooms, BBQs, a picnic area, sports fields, and a playground. With 40-acres of park to enjoy, your dog will love coming here to visit for a fun day out. The best thing about this park is it offers a fully fenced in dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. 

If your pup is in the mood for a less active park, then the Art Weisberg Park is where you should go. With a short walking trail and a picnic area, this park has everything you and your pup need for a day out in the fresh air. 

Get your foodie on with Fido by your side at the Relish Burger Bar. This burger joint offers a beautiful patio that gives you an amazing view of the city, plus they have delicious food and great drinks. With a staff that loves when Fido joins along and even brings water for your pup, heading into the Relish Burger Bar will be a winner all around for you and your pup.

Between all the great restaurants and parks in El Dorado Hills, your pup will be begging to come back for another walk or meal with you by his side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Dorado Hills

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    Population Density 2,910/sq mi

    #1 The Parkway

    The Folsom Dog Park inside the Cummings Family Park is a great spot to take Fido for some fresh air and a nice day out. Also called the FIDO Dog Park, it features separate areas for large and small dogs, your dog can run around with other pups his own size. The park features a huge grass field to run on, bathrooms, shade, and some benches, which makes it perfect for anyone with a four legged friend. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you when you visit this pawsome dog park. If Fido isn't in the mood to socialize, the two of you can still have a good day out at Cummings Family Park. The park offers tons of green grass for fetch, plus a picnicking area. Only seven miles out of El Dorado Hills in Folsom, Fido won't mind hoping into the car to visit this pawrific park.
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    Population Density 803/sq mi

    #2 Jennerbear Woods

    The American River Bike Trail is a massive 32-mile trail that you and Fido can explore together. Hugging the banks of the American River, you and your pup will get a beautiful view while you journey on this amazing trail that has an asphalt trail surface. The trail offers mile markers, trail maps, water fountains, restrooms, and even a phone in case you need a break or stop along your hike. Most of the trail has shade from numerous trees, and there are even some areas where you and Fido can swim. Only eleven miles out of El Dorado Hills in Granite Bay, your pup will love walking this trail with you.
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    Population Density 3,815/sq mi

    #3 Watson heights

    The C-Bar-C Dog Park is a great spot fifteen miles out of El Dorado Hills in Citrus Heights that offers tons of amenities for both you and Fido. Offering separate areas for large and small dogs, plus benches, tables, trees for shade, pools for dogs who love water, hoses, and water spigots, your dog is going to love visiting this park with you. Make sure you visit the surrounding C-Bar-C Park while visiting and check out the awesome things you can do there. With 25.3-acres filled with a playground, restrooms, BBQs, and sports fields, this park will be great to visit if Fido isn't in the mood to deal with other dogs. 
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    Population Density 5,816/sq mi

    #4 Birdcage Village Condo

    If you and Fido are looking for some great options to eat, visit nearby Citrus Heights and check out The Elephant Bar Restaurant. The Elephant Bar offers American and globally-inspired cuisine with delicious meals like Hawaiian Ahi Poke or pot roast. Chipotle Mexican Grill dishes out delicious Mexican food that you can customize to your liking. Noodles and Company offers noodles and pasta dishes each with their own international flare. With options like Japanese pan noodles or spaghetti with meatballs, Fido will be dying to get a lick. All of these pawsome restaurants offer dog friendly patios so your pup can stay by your side.
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    Population Density 3,831/sq mi

    #5 Phoenix-Sunset

    The Phoenix Dog Park in Sacramento offers a fenced in and safe area for your pup to run around off leash with new friends. The park has water bowls, trees for shade, a waste station area, and benches for owners to relax on. With three separate areas for your dogs, a large park, a small park, and an area for elderly or timid dogs, this pawsome dog park has everything that any dog would want. With tons of green grass to run around on, your pup won't mind the twelve mile drive to get to the Phoenix Dog Park.
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