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Dog Areas in Inverness, CA

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Just north of San Francisco lies the small town of Inverness, California. It may only have a population of 1,300 people, but it has a thriving tourism industry and thousands of visitors each year. Inverness has a mild climate -- never too hot and never too cold -- but plenty of beaches where you can enjoy the California sunshine. Inverness consists mainly of residential communities, but there are several hotels and inns to accommodate the many tourists that visit. It's also a short drive to many other cities in California that are worth checking out. There is one veterinary office in Inverness proper, but you'll find many more in the surrounding areas.

If you're looking to enjoy fresh seafood and other delectable dishes in Inverness where your dog can join you, make sure you visit Fog's Kitchen. Their patio offers breathtaking views of Tomales Bay and the lush California landscape, and your dog is welcome to join you for your meal there. Along with fresh seafood, they serve dishes like burgers, steak, tacos, and they have an excellent brunch selection. From the dog-friendly restaurants to the miles of beach to explore with your pet, Inverness is a great city to be a pet owner!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Inverness, CA

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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #1 Tomales Bay State Park

    Tomales Bay State Park is a 2,000-acre park full of opportunities to explore and ground to sniff for Fido!  Located in north Inverness, Tomales Bay State Park is also home to Heart's Desire Beach. This beach has lovely warm water and sand dunes. It also has areas (like the picnic area) where your pooch is allowed to join you provided they are on a leash. There are also gathering areas you can book in advance as well as a large grassy section if you need a break from the sand. You will also be close to several spectacular hiking trails when you visit this beach.
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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #2 Novato

    Only a half-hour drive from Inverness is the town of Novato, and Novato has its very own dog park. Dog Bone Meadows at O'Hair Park is an oasis for pets and their owners. This two-acre park is fenced in, and in fact, it is the largest fenced dog park in all of Marin County! The park has a doggy pool, agility equipment, and running water. There is also a shaded area when you and Rover need a  break from the California sun, and the park provides waste bags to help keep the area clean, too. There is a quarter-mile track within the park where humans can get their exercise as well.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 338/sq mi

    #3 West Inverness

    West Inverness is a rugged, picturesque coastline with world-renowned scenery and so much to explore. West Inverness is also where you will find Kehoe Beach. When you head to the northern portion of this beach, you'll find a dog-friendly area where your on-leash pooch can play with you to your heart's content. There are giant sand dunes for you to explore and this is a sure-fire way to tire out an energetic dog! Visitors will love how secluded and peaceful this beach feels, and its serenity also makes it an ideal place for bonding with your dog without interruption.
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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #4 Central Inverness

    The Point Reyes Coastline spans for 80 miles, and most of this area lies within central Inverness. While the Point Reyes Coastline contains several beaches, its namesake beach, Point Reyes Beach, A.K.A. "The Great Beach," is a local favorite for dog owners to walk their best friends. This beach makes up 11 miles of the Point Reyes Coastline, and is a popular spot for those wanting to watch the heavy surf come in. During the winter months, certain areas of the beach are restricted to both humans and dogs in order to protect the elephant seals and their habitat, but there is still plenty of beach left to explore!
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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #5 Dillon Beach Main

    In well under an hour, you can make it from Inverness to Dillon Beach, California, where you will find the only private beach in the state. In addition to the private beach, there is a public beach which is also known as Dillon Beach where dogs are welcome to join you for a day of fun in the sun. Many beaches require dogs to be on-leash at all times, but Dillon Beach has no leash laws and simply requires that your dog is well-behaved in order to enjoy this stunning California beach. Whether it's a day of swimming, surfing, or just soaking up the sun while you lay on the sand, Dillon Beach is a great place to spend time with your dog!
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