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Dog Areas in Kingsburg

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Nestled on the banks of the Kings River is the city of Kingsburg in Fresno County, California. Around 12,000 people live in Kingsburg, and its proximity to the California Central Coast, the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, and bigger cities like Fresno and Selma make it a convenient and beautiful place to call home. Kingsburg was built as a railroad town, but it also has a strong agricultural history as a prominent raisin and grape producer. Enjoying the California climate isn't hard in Kingsburg, and you and your dog will find plenty of green spaces to explore, paths to walk, and people to meet.

There are seven city parks in Kingsburg, including an off-leash park that you and Sparky will both love. The Kingsburg Dog Park opened in 2015, and it's quickly become a pawpular place for Kingsburg residents and visitors to come and let their dogs play off-leash. This sizable dog park is fenced in, and it doesn't separate dogs by size, so be prepared for your dog to interact with dogs of all sizes. There's a doggy water fountain in the park, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating for your convenience. You and your dog will love the convenience of an off-leash park right in town, and there are several more just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingsburg

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    Population Density 3,367/sq mi

    #1 McLane

    The community of McLane in eastern Fresno, California is just over a 20-minute drive from Kingsburg, and this is where the Valley Animal Center is located. In addition to being a no-kill animal shelter, Valley Animal Center runs the Dr. James W. Thornton Dog Park. This membership-based dog park is a 1.5-acre space that includes dog runs for dogs over 25 pounds, as well as dog runs for smaller dogs. A highlight of the park is the 2,000-gallon wade-in pool for dogs which is perfect for cooling down on hot days. There's also agility equipment in the park, drinking water, seating, and waste disposal items.
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    Population Density 2,514/sq mi

    #2 Tower District

    Right near the Tower District area of western Fresno sits Roeding Park. This 159-acre regional park has over 600,000 visitors each year who come to enjoy the sports fields, playgrounds, gardens, picnic facilities, and the off-leash dog park! The Roeding Park Dog Park is a one-acre dog park with separate big and small dog sections. This dog park is open from 6 AM to 10 PM daily, and if you plan to park your vehicle at Roeding Park, you'll be subject to a $5 fee. Your dog can also explore other areas of Roeding Park with you, but they must be on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,499/sq mi

    #3 West Visalia

    Visalia is a city in San Joaquin County, California that's only a 15-minute drive south of Kingsburg. Western Visalia is home to the Cody Kelly Bark Park. This off-leash dog park has a section for dogs under 25 pounds, as well as an "all dog" section for dogs of any size. Cody Kelly Bark Park provides visitors with all the waste disposal supplies they need, lots of seating, trees for shade, tennis balls, and water. The running water is in the "all dog" section, so if you only plan on visiting the small dog section, be sure to bring your own bowl of water.
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    Population Density 2,756/sq mi

    #4 North Fargo

    The northeastern corner of Hanford, California is only a 20-minute drive from Kingsburg, and this is where you'll find Freedom Park. This community park has lots of green space, playgrounds, a splash pad, and an off-leash dog park! Freedom Dog Park isn't the biggest dog park in the area, but it has everything you and your dog need for a good time. There is a separate small dog section in Freedom Dog Park, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating. There's a doggy water fountain just outside of the fence, and the regulars are known to be friendly and welcoming of newcomers.
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    Population Density 4,906/sq mi

    #5 Reedley City Center

    Yet another excellent dog park that's less than a 20-minute drive from Kingsburg is the Reedley Lions Community Dog Park in central Reedley, California. This off-leash park is just over half an acre in size, and it includes two water stations. This space isn't divided into big and small dog sections, so your dog will get to meet pups of all shapes and sizes. This dog park is located within Mueller Park, and you'll find it behind the basketball courts. You can also walk with your dog throughout other areas of Mueller Park, but they must be kept on a leash.
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