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Dog Areas in El Sobrante

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Located in Contra Costa County, the city of El Sobrante is a pawtastic place for pups and their owners. The region boasts over 1,200 miles of hiking trails. There are also several parks and natural areas that are within a ten-mile drive from El Sobrante. For your animal care needs, there's a veterinary clinic within the city limits.

Just over three miles west of El Sobrante there's an off-leash exercise area for Fido. The Pinole Dog ParkĀ  includes separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, a water station, and picnic tables. Treat your furry pal to some canine social time here!

Or, go for a hike with your pooch through the fields and woods of Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Center. This 222-acre facility includes hiking trails and picnic areas. Follow the trails up Radach Hill, where you can catch views of the valley area and the San Pablo Reservoir.

Looking for something a little different to do? Treat your special buddy to a day at the beach! Point Pinole Regional Shoreline on Giant Highway is just five miles west of El Sobrante. You and your canine companion can breathe fresh bay air as you hike the trails that wind through the eucalyptus trees and meadows on your way to the bluffs and beach area. Dogs are allowed join you on a leash here.

El Sobrante and the surrounding regions teem with dog-friendly outdoor recreation options.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Sobrante

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    Population Density 3,383/sq mi

    #1 El Sobrante Hills

    In El Sobrante Hills, you and Fido will enjoy quiet walks along residential streets. This neighborhood includes single-family homes and a community park. Head over to Rain Cloud Park on Solitude Lane to enjoy some green space. There's a paved trail loop here that you can use to take a little jog. Run a few laps with your special pal, then relax at a bench while your pup lounges at your side. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste. Remember to bring some water along for you and your four-footed pal.
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    Population Density 4,277/sq mi

    #2 Middle El Sobrante

    Middle El Sobrante includes streets with private residences, a few schools, and a downtown district. There are some pupful neighborhood areas here where you and your pooch can stroll along the sidewalk together. When you want to spend some time in nature, take your special pal to La Moine Park on Morningside Drive. This 18-acre facility includes a nature area, open lawn, and a some picnic tables. Walk along the paved pathway or play frisbee with your furry friend here. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you as long as you keep them under control and clean up their messes.
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    Population Density 744/sq mi

    #3 Dam Road/Lois Lane

    The Dam Road/Lois Lane development is conveniently located near two pawtastic regional recreational facilities. Go for a walk with your canine companion down the road in this neighborhood. For an outdoor adventure with Fido, head to the San Pablo Dam Trail Head on San Pablo Dam Road. From here, you can take the Bay Area Ridge Trail to connect to the Old San Pablo Trail. Enjoy scenic views of the reservoir as you hike along this pathway. Dogs can accompany you here if they're on a leash and you clean up any droppings. Remember to bring water with you for you and your pooch.
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    Population Density 4,661/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Dam Road

    The area around Downtown Dam Road includes a commercial district and residential streets. There are some wooded lanes near San Pablo Creek where you and Fido can take a walk together here. When you want to take a hike in nature with your four-footed pal, head to the trail head for the Clark Boas Trail Loop at the southern end of Clark Road. This natural surface pathway wanders through undeveloped rangeland. You're welcome to bring dogs here as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste. Make sure you have water for you and your pup.
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    Population Density 529/sq mi

    #5 Castro Heights

    The development of Castro Heights is a residential neighborhood that's just east of Sobrante Ridge. The streets here are peaceful and have sidewalks where you and Fido can go for a stroll. If you want to take a hike, head to the Sobrante Ridge Regional Coach Staging Area. Here, you can connect with the Sobrante Ridge Trail and follow the path through mixed oak woods. There are some pawtacular views of the bay along this 4.3-mile out and back trek. Dogs are welcome to join you here if they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring water and waste bags when you visit this facility.
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