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Dog Areas in Fillmore, CA

Fillmore is a moderately populated agricultural city located in Ventura County, California. The town was established in 1887 when the Southern Pacific build a railroad through the valley. Although its industrial sector is booming, which is great for humans, Fillmore is also a dog-friendly city with a few things for you and Fido to do and see!

Need a place to stay while you're in Fillmore? Don't fret! Check out Best Western La Posada, which charges a small pet fee for your furry friend to share a room with you. Or, try Fillmore AirBnB rentals. Many rental options don't charge fees for pets and also don't have any restrictions. However, pet policies vary for individual acccomodations, so you'll need to check the pet policy when booking your room.

If you need to get a cup of coffee and want to bring your dog with you, visit the local Starbucks and enjoy some morning caffeine. If you find yourself in a situation where you need a veterinarian while you are in Fillmore, don't worry! Fillmore has a animal hospital that a lot of people praise as one of the best in the area. While you're in Fillmore, you should visit Shiell Park, which is a great park that includes a dog-friendly trail. It is a perfect place for a family picnic or a short hike.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fillmore, CA

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    Population Density 295/sq mi

    #1 East Camarillo


    Camarillo Grove Dog Park is a well-maintained park that provides an op-paw-tunity for off-leash fun. It is located around 22 miles away from Fillmore, in East Camarillo. The park is fenced and, although it's not very big, it has plenty of shade, which is very mutts-needed on those dog days of California summer! There is a drinking fountain available at the enclosed area. You'll also find an unfenced area here, which includes doggie waste stations. Moreover, there is parking nearby which is a big plus, too. All you need to worry about it bringing plenty of energy to play!

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    Population Density 637/sq mi

    #2 Malibu Springs


    If you're looking to share a day in nature with your pal and get some gorgeous views of the sunrise or sunset, you should take your dog for a hike from Mishe Mokwa to Mount Allen Trail. This trail is located around 33 miles away from Fillmore, in Malibu Springs. This trail is considered moderate difficulty, making it perfect for beginners and seasoned hikers alike. The trail is 6 miles long and takes around 3 hours to finish. Make sure you bring water, snacks and waste bags so you can keep the trail clean. There are two parking lots there and also two routes that you can take.

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    Population Density 1,443/sq mi

    #3 North Simi Valley


    Around 20 miles away from Fillmore is the Big Sky Dog Park in North Simi Valley. This off-leash, fenced park is the pawfect place to play! Little doggos have their own separate area where they can play and socialize without feeling intimidated. There are water stations in the park, and water bowls are provided. Tennis balls are scattered throughout this spacious park for the dogs to play with. Bring a towel, because your pup can have a splashin' good time in the pond here! Shade trees, picnic tables, parking, and port-a-potties are a few of the human-friendly amenities available here.

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    Population Density 1,788/sq mi

    #4 Central Thousand Oaks


    Conejo Creek Dog Park is a local favorite among Thousand Oaks residents, and is located just 19 miles from Fillmore. This 3.5-acre park has two separate areas: one for dogs under 30 lbs., and another for dogs over 30 lbs. Everything you'd expect from a great dog park is provided here: water, waste bags, picnic tables, benches, nearby parking, and night lighting. If you fur-got to bring Fido's favorite toy, don't worry -- there are tennis balls for him to play with here. Conejo Creek Dog Park is pretty pawpular, so your canine companion is sure to make some new friends here!

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    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #5 Malibu Creek


    Calabasas Bark Park is located in the Malibu Creek neighborhood of Calabasas, around 30 miles away from Fillmore. It's not the biggest park by any means, but it has everything that all great dog parks have, including separate areas for large and small breeds, water, and waste stations. You'll also find a grassy area here that's only open on the weekends. Bring your pooch's favorite toy for extra fun! If you're looking to enjoy some quiet playtime with your pup, Calabasas Bark Park is the pawfect place to do just that!

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