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Dog Areas in Eldridge

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2 Trails

Located in the Sonoma Valley, the small community of Eldridge is primarily residential. This area is 15 miles southeast of Santa Rosa, and it's located near a number of parks and trails that allow dogs. The closest veterinarians are about three miles south of town, in the Fetters Hot Springs area.

Treat your special pal to a play date at Ernie Smith Park on Gillman Drive. This facility features an off-leash exercise area for dogs and some lovely walking trails. Let your pup romp with other canines for a spell, then leash up and take a walk through the rest of the park. 

Take your fur baby with you when you tour the Madrone Vineyards Estate. Walk along the pathway in this 60-acre property. Dogs on a leash are permitted on the grounds of this family business. Make sure you bring waste bags and immediately clean up any doggie waste.

Plan a day in the park with your canine companion. Head to Crane Creek Regional Park, about 14 miles west of town. This 128-acre facility features open grassland and stands of oak trees. Hike along the 3.5 miles of trails here. Dogs on a leash can join you. Pack plenty of water and some waste bags.

Eldridge provides access to a variety of outdoor activities that pet lovers can share with their fur babies.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eldridge

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 198/sq mi

    #1 Eldgridge

    Eldridge is a small town located near a large regional park and several local wineries. This residential neighborhood is populated with single-family homes, apartments, and a developmental center. You can take your special friend to Moran Goodman Park and have a picnic together. When you want to get some serious exercise with your canine companion, head to Orchard Road to connect with the Eldridge Trail. Go hiking through the prairie and woods to Fern Lake. Dogs are welcome to join you in this area, provided you keep them on a leash. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you for the trip.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 780/sq mi

    #2 Glen Ellen

    Glen Ellen is a mixed neighborhood that has residential and commercial areas. This community includes a few lovely wildlife preserves. Just south of town, in the Sonoma Valley Regional Park, you can walk along a stream with your four-footed friend. The 202-acre facility includes an off-leash exercise area for dogs that's near the Highway 12 entrance. This fenced area has water stations and a gazebo for shade. Let your special pal socialize with other pups here. Remember to keep Fido on a leash when in other parts of the park. Make sure you bring waste bags to clean up after your furry friend.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 300/sq mi

    #3 Waldrue Heights

    Waldrue Heights is a remote development of private estates that's located about five miles northwest of Eldridge. Walk along mountain lanes and past vineyards with your special pal in this rural neighborhood. For an outdoor adventure with your canine companion, head to Jack London State Historic Park on London Ranch Road. Enjoy hiking around ruins like the cottage,  the winery, and the Pig Palace in the ranch area. Dogs are welcome to join you in designated parts of the park as long as you keep them on a leash and out of the buildings. Remember to bring waste bags and clean up your pup's messes.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,915/sq mi

    #4 Agua Caliente

    The neighborhood of Agua Caliente in Fetters Hot Springs is about three miles south of town. This area features apartments, single-family homes, and a charter school. There's a pawesome park with dog-friendly trails located just a few miles south of here. Head to Maxwell Farms Regional Park on Verano Avenue. This 85-acre facility welcomes leashed pups and includes 2.5 miles of back country trails. Hike among meadows, mature trees, and remnants of an orchard with your four-footed pal. Make sure you bring water with you for your hike in this natural setting. Remember to clean up after your pooch when you visit.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,486/sq mi

    #5 Fetters Hot Springs

    Fetters Hot Springs is a mixed neighborhood with single-family homes, apartment complexes, and local businesses. This area has some local parks and walking paths where you and Fido can take a stroll together. When you want to go for a scenic hike or jog, connect to the Sonoma Bike Path at the corner of Sonoma Highway and Verano Avenue. This 1.5-mile paved pathway is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and allows dogs on a leash. Stretch your legs as you wander past historical sites in Sonoma Historical State Park. Make sure you bring water and waste bags for your trek.
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