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Dog Areas in El Granada

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El Granada is an area of northern San Mateo County, California, that more than 5,000 people call home. Close to big cities like San Francisco and Santa Cruz, you're never far from all sorts of activities and amenities in El Granada. Something that makes El Granada unique is its atypical circular street designs! Exploring these circular streets while you're on a walk with your dog is a great way to get to know the area, and if you'd like to visit an off-leash park, you're always just a short drive away from plenty of dog park options.

If you'd like to grab a great cup of coffee and a delicious sandwich before or after your trip to an off-leash park near El Granada, you won't want to miss El Granada Hardware and Cafe. This dog-friendly eatery serves everything from hand-brewed coffee to sandwiches, real fruit smoothies, and ice cream -- and, true to its name, there's even a full-service hardware store! You can stock up on any hardware supplies you need, caffeinate, and get something to eat, all with your dog at your side at this dog-friendly spot in El Granada! 

You and Skip will love getting to know El Granada and all of the dog-friendly activities nearby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Granada

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    Population Density 23,108/sq mi

    #1 Corona Heights

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    The Corona Heights Dog Park is just over 20 miles north of El Granada, in the Corona Heights neighborhood in central San Francisco. This dog park is over 10 acres, and it's situated on a hill, so you and your dog will both get a good workout exploring it. There is also an area of the park with a steep rocky incline, and adventurous dogs often like to climb it. There are also walking paths and sports fields in the park, but your dog should be leashed in other areas. You may not be able to see the Golden Gate Bridge from this park, but it does offer scenic views of several other special San Fran spots.
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    Population Density 5,443/sq mi

    #2 Belle Monte

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    Belmont is a city in California with a population of more than 27,000 people, and it's just over 13 miles east of El Granada. The Belle Monte neighborhood of Belmont is where you'll find the Cipriani Dog Park, and it includes an area for big dogs and another for the little guys. This park has seen its fair share of improvements over the years, and today, it has a friendly group of regulars who are welcoming to newcomers, too! The park also includes benches, water stations, waste disposal supplies, and it's also lit for nighttime use. Some visitors note it gets a bit muddy here after a rain, so be sure to bring a towel to clean up messy paws.
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    Population Density 19,308/sq mi

    #3 San Bruno East

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    The Commodore Dog Park is 15 miles north of El Granada, in eastern San Bruno, California. This off-leash dog park is fairly large, and it includes big and small dog sections. There is a gate between the small and big dog sections, and it's often left open so dogs of all sizes can play together. The dog park includes water stations, waste disposal supplies, seating, and shade. The rest of Commodore Park has sports fields, playgrounds, BBQ pits, and picnic facilities. Your dog can join you in these other areas of the park, but they must be on a leash.
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    Population Density 218/sq mi

    #4 Redwood Shores

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    The Redwood Shores area of Redwood City, California is about 20 miles east of El Granada, and it's also where you can find the Shores Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is entirely fenced in, and it includes a double-gated entry system as well as big and small dog sections. Other features of the park include seating, water stations, and doggy waste clean-up supplies. This well-maintained park has a peaceful atmosphere and lots of friendly regulars. Located between lagoons, you'll often get to see some beautiful bird species around the park. It's also near a walking trail, and you can trek it with your dog, but they must be on a leash. 
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    Population Density 6,175/sq mi

    #5 Lakeshore

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    Lakeshore is an area of southwestern San Francisco, and it's about 20 miles north of El Granada. This area is home to the beautiful Lake Merced and the Lake Merced Dog Play Area. This off-leash area is just across from Lake Merced, and it's a great spot to let Spot run and play without the constraints of a leash! There are also plenty of other activities around Lake Merced to enjoy with your pet. The walk around Lake Merced is just under five miles, and your dog can join you for this walk when they're on a leash. There's plenty of pretty sights to take in at Lake Merced, so you and your pooch are sure to enjoy yourselves!
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