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Dog Areas in Kenwood

Kenwood is a small place in Sodoma Couty, California that is located between the cities of Santa Rosa and Sonoma. This is famous for its vineyards and wineries. There are many restaurants there, and some of them are dog-friendly. If you're in the vicinity with your dog, make sure you check out the following Fido-friendly restaurants and bars: Kunde Estate Winery, The Kenwood Restaurant & Bar and Palooza Gastropub and Wine Bar. Don't forget to bring a leash and water bowl!

If you're looking for a place to stay in Kenwood along with your pet, you can visit the following accommodations: Fall Into Our Sunflower Cottage, Bella Luna at Casa Bella or the Kenwood Airbnb Rentals. There are more accommodations in the vicinity of Kenwood, in the neighboring cities and towns. 

If you are a wine lover, you should definitely visit the Ledson Winery & Vineyards while you're in Kenwood. The winery is dog-friendly, so you can bring your pooch along, learn about the wine, and have a wine tasting. 

You should also visit the Robert Ferguson Observatory, which is one of the largest observatories in the western U.S. dedicated to public viewing and education. Unfortunately, your pup would have to sit out that excursion, but with all the dog-friendly places to visit in Kenwood, he won't mind!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kenwood

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    Population Density 4,493/sq mi

    #1 Salvador

    If you're visiting Kenwood with your pup, then you must make time to stop by Alston Park. This park is located in Napa's Salvador neighborhood, around 18 miles away from Kenwood. The park is a nature preserve that has a designated area for dogs. The dog area is fenced and it has all the amenities that you might need! There is a water pan with running water, double-gated entry system, dog waste bags, agility equipment, dog toys, and so much more! Outside of the fenced area, a large part of the park allows dogs off-leash, but some parts of the park require your pal to wear a leash.
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    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #2 West Petaluma

    Another park that you can visit in the vicinity is the Rocky Memorial Dog Park. The park is located in West Petaluma, around 22 miles away from Kenwood. The park is a 9-acre off-leash area where your dog can train, exercise or play fetch. It's the perfect place if you want to tire out your pooch. Since the park is pretty spacious and not fenced, your dog must respond well to voice commands to avoid incidents. There is no water available here, so make sure you bring some with you. Also, bring waste bags to clean up after your fur baby.
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    Population Density 163/sq mi

    #3 Rincon Valley

    If you're looking for a place that's closer to Kenwood, then check out the Rincon Valley Community Dog Park. This park is located in Rincon Valley, around 9 miles away from Kenwood. This park is perfect for you if you want an off-leash fenced space with maximum safety. The park includes separate areas for large and small dogs. There's plenty of lush green grass for your pup to roll around in at this well-maintained park. Drinking water is available in addition to some benches for the human visitors. The best thing about the park is the pond where your pup can swim and have a great time!
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    Population Density 865/sq mi

    #4 Calistoga

    One of the most beautiful hikes in the vicinity is the Oat Hill Mine. The trail is around 21 miles away from Kenwood and is located in a small city called Calistoga. The great thing about this hike is that you can let your pup off-leash if he can follow voice commands! The trail is pretty well-shaded, but it has small amounts of poison oak, so be on the lookout. The view that you will encounter will leave you breathless! This is the perfect place for adventure and exploring with your dog. Make sure you bring water with you and some snacks. Also, bring waste bags to keep the trail clean for everybody.
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    Population Density 5,129/sq mi

    #5 San Marin

    Another fenced, off-leash park that you can visit in the area is the puptastic Dog Bone Meadows at O'Hair Park. It is located around 32 miles away from Kenwood in Novato's San Marin neighborhood. The park includes a 2-acre space for playing and exercising, grass-covered ground, and some agility equipment. There's also water available at the site, and they even have a doggie swimming pool for the hot days. There's a separate area for small dogs, and waste bags are provided in the fenced area. Most of the park is shaded and it's pretty well-maintained overall.
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