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Dog Areas in Kings Beach

Situated on the north shore of the Lake Tahoe, Kings Beach got its name from the first postmaster in their post office, Joe King. Unlike many places in California, King's Beach features a Mediterranean climate, which means that there are warm dry summers and snowy winters, which makes it an excellent spot for skiing in the winter.

The closest veterinarian hospital to Kings Beach is the one located in Tahoe Vista, just 1.5 miles away. Just visiting King's Beach? Dog-friendly places where you can stay a couple of nights with your dog include the Stevenson's Holliday Inn and 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club. There are a lot of cabins and vacation rentals that you can check out too. If you're feeling hungry, there are some restaurants that are dog-friendly in Tahoe City, located around 9 miles away from Kings Beach. 

Eight miles northwest of Kings Beach, you can take your fur baby to the Northstar California Resort, which is a very dog-friendly place. You can take free lift rides where leashed dogs are allowed to the top of the mountain and have pawlenty of fun there!

Since the area is very rich in natural treasures, another place you can go to is the North Tahoe Regional Park, which is very close to Kings Beach and allows leashed dogs on most of the trails there. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kings Beach

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    Population Density 200/sq mi

    #1 Zephyr Cove Proper

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    Just about 27 miles away from Kings Beach, you can find the North Zephyr Cove Beach, where you can take your pup for a swim and a frisbee throwing day. The beach is sandy, but you will need water shoes for swimming in the lake to avoid the rocks. You can find free parking along the beach and it won't take too much effort to walk to the lake. Doggos have to be leashed, but they are allowed off-leash north of the marina. Keep in mind that the beach doesn't have restrooms, fresh water, or poop baggies so you have to come prepawred!
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    Population Density 39/sq mi

    #2 Olympic Village

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    If you're feeling extra adventurous, we have the pawfect proposition for you and your dog. The Squaw Valley Aerial Tram, located around 17 miles from Kings Beach, is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs can ride inside, and even though there is a fee going up, if you hike your way to the High Camp, going down will be free of charge! While you're traversing the top, you will be able to eat with your doggo on the patios of some of the restaurants. On your way up, it's best to take the Shirley Lake Trail, where you can stop at Shirley Lake and let your pup swim for a while!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 702/sq mi

    #3 Virginia Lake

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    In case you prefer a simple, fenced doggie park where your dog will be able to meet furry friends and exercise, we recommend the Virginia Lake Dog Park. This park is around 37 miles away from Kings Beach and can be found in central Reno in Virginia Lake Nature Preserve. Separate areas for differently sized doggos is just one of the perks of this park! Amenities such as water availability, mulch ground cover, agility equipment, and waste baggies are just a few reasons to take your pooch there. Shade structures and benches are also available for the comfort of the doggie pawrents.
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    Population Density 4,685/sq mi

    #4 West University

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    Whitaker Dog Park is another option that dog lovers have when it comes to dog parks near Kings Beach. The park is a bit further than the previous one, around 42 miles away, and it is located in West University, Reno. Before visiting this park, you should know that there is a busy road next to it, so it can be noisy -- not the best place for timid and easily scared pups. There is no water there, so make sure to bring some. The fence is secure, there is quite a bit of shade, and seating areas are available for the dog owners.
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    Population Density 768/sq mi

    #5 Ponderosa Fairway Estates

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    If you want a choice that's closer to Kings Beach, visit the Truckee River Regional Park. The park is located around 11 miles away from Kings Beach and it offers more than 60 acres of nature that you and your pup can explore. Your pooch has to be leashed at all times. A great trail that you can walk is the Truckee River Legacy Trail, which is a 9.1-mile long trail. The trail is moderate in difficulty and allows leashed fur-babies as long as you clean after them. Tables and benches can be found along the way where you can catch your breath.
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