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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Elders Corner

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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Grass Valley

    Grass Valley is just 20 miles outside Elder’s Corner and is home to the Dogs Run Free: Nevada County Dog Park. It’s also called Condon Park Dog Park and Trails. Your pup will love running and romping throughout the 1.7-acre space at this off-leash dog park. Shy and small pooches have a separate space to play. The area is in a pine forest, which means a lot of shade for you and your pooch. The park offers plenty of seating and water as well. The surface is mostly wood chips, so no need to worry about your pal’s paws getting muddy. Don’t fur-get to bring Fido’s favorite toy!
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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #2 Empire Mine State Park

    Southeast Grass Valley is almost entirely occupied by Empire Mine State Historic Park, located about half an hour from Elders Corner. This state park welcomes well-behaved dogs that are on a leash. If you love learning about history, you’ll fall head over paws for this state park, which is the site of California’s oldest gold mine! The hiking trails here are the pawfect place for a walk with your pooch. Don’t forget to bring all the necessities, including water and waste bags. Be aware that the trails are also used by cyclists and horseback riders.
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    Population Density 860/sq mi

    #3 Hidden Falls Regional Park

    Just 8 minutes from Elders Corner, you’ll find a hidden gem: Hidden Falls Regional Park. This scenic park is the pawfect place for you and your pooch to relax. Although your pal will need to be on a leash to enjoy the park, he won’t mind, since there’s plenty of natural beauty to marvel at. You’ll find some gorgeous waterfalls here, so be sure to bring your camera. You’ll pawsitively love exploring the walking trails and making memories with your favorite furry friend here. Leave this natural spot as beautiful as you found it by cleaning up after your pooch!
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    Population Density 247/sq mi

    #4 Penn Valley

    The quaint and scenic community of Penn Valley, California, located 29 miles from Elders Corner, is the pawfect place for a day trip with your pup. Here, you’ll find Western Gateway Dog Park, a 2-acre off-leash area within an 88-acre community park. The dog park has plenty of grass and even a creek so he can make a splash on a hot day! The area is well-shaded and has lots of space for your pal to run and romp with his new friends. The dog park is divided into four exercise areas, so you can choose one based on your pal’s needs. Water, waste bags, and seating are all available here, and the walking trails outside the dog park welcome leashed pups.
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    Population Density 364/sq mi

    #5 Christian Valley

    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located 15 minutes from Elders Corner, and is home to the Christian Valley Park. This isn’t a designated dog park, so your pup will need to be on their leash here. They won’t mind, as long as they’re by your side! This quiet, secluded community park is a furrific place to enjoy a casual on-leash stroll. Be sure to bring some drinking water and waste baggies for the excursion. Explore Christian Valley to find other nature spots, including lakes, picnic areas, and more parks.
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