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Dog Areas in Fairfield, CA

1 Park
1 Eatery
8 Groomers

Fairfield, California, is a large city, located in Solano County, that forms a midway stop between Sacramento and San Francisco. There are more than 100,000 people that call Fairfield their home and many of the residents have extended the household with a feline or canine companion. The large amount of parks in Fairfield make the town a great place to own a dog.

Dogs have to be leashed in the regional recreational areas and parks. The Cordelia Community Dog Park is, therefore, a real treat for dogs of all sizes. The park is fenced which dogs are allowed to roam free and off their leash. The dog park is divided into two areas. The area for small dogs features decomposed granite and concrete while the large dog areas located on a slope and features wood chips and concrete. In both cases dog owners do not have to worry about their dogs getting filthy in the park.

Fairfield, California, is very welcoming towards animals of all kinds. Not only are there many amenities for pet owners that live in the city; visitors to Fairfield will be happy to know there are many hotels that allows pets including Extended Stay America, Staybridge Suites, Motel 6, Americas Best Value Inn, La Quinta Inn & Suite and Gateway Inn.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fairfield, CA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,249/sq mi

    #1 Cordelia

    The Cordelia neighborhood in Fairfield is home to the Cordelia Neighborhood Dog Park, where your dog can get some exercise off of his leash! To ensure you and your dog are comfortable and having as much fun as possible, there are two separate areas of the park: an area for small dogs and an area for large dogs. If your dog wants to run around, there’s an open area for that, but if your dog is the adventurous type, he can explore some of the park’s mini-obstacles. Your dog will have a howling good time either way!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,040/sq mi

    #2 Wardlaw

    In Vallejo, CA, about 20 minutes southwest of Fairfield, is the community of Wardlaw. Wardlaw is home to the two-acre Wardlaw Dog Park, an awesome oppawtunity for your dog to have some fun. The park is separated into two sections: one for smaller and more reserved dogs and another for larger or more outgoing dogs. With plenty of water fountains and picnic tables, this park is sure to be plenty of fun for both you and Fido. The park also has restroom facilities and a bridge to Blue Rock Springs Corridor, a traditional park that’s fun for the whole family!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,503/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Vacaville

    Located about twenty minutes north of Fairfield is downtown Vacaville, CA. Although not a dog park, Andrews Park is a 17-acre park where dogs are welcome on-leash. Explore plenty of open areas and see the locally famous Vacaville Creekwalk. Once you’re done at the park, if you’re feeling hungry, head over to Los Reyes Mexican Restaurant where your dog can join you on the outdoor patio’s seating. For dessert, head over to Pure Grain Bakery and enjoy some sweet treats on the patio – although you should probably keep the chocolate for yourself! Leashes are required at both restaurants.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 696/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Napa

    Napa Valley, located about half an hour northwest of Fairfield, offers plenty of fun activities for you and your dog! If you like wine, check out Napa’s Good Dog Wine Tour, where you can tour Napa Valley while you sip wine and your dog gets his exercise. If you’re feeling hungry, head over to one of the most popular dog-friendly restaurants in Napa: Gott’s Roadside. With plenty of outdoor seating, you’re sure to find a spot where Fido can join you, even if he can’t convince you to share. It’s a hot spot for dog owners, so your dog might even make a friend or two.
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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #5 North Dixon

    Although Dixon is a 35-minute drive away from Fairfield, located north of the city, one attraction makes it arguably worth it: the Cool Patch Pumpkins and Corn Maze! The attraction features a 53-acre corn maze that your dog can join you in on Monday-Thursday; just make sure to bring a leash. If you can’t find your way out, maybe his nose can. There’s also a year-long scarecrow contest and fifty different kinds of pumpkins. Bring your pet, throw on his costume, and prepare for the best Halloween photos you’ll ever take. Don’t make your dog beg to go to this attraction!
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