Kirkville is a rural area in Sutter County, California. It is so close to Robbins, California that addresses are sometimes even listed as being in Robbins, so take care when ordering your dog’s treats online that your address appears correctly before clicking the ship button! You will love the proximity this town has to the Sacramento River and the East River. You can take your dog to the river banks on a sunny day with your waste bags and a picnic blanket so that you can relax while your pup enjoys the grass and the splashing around. You will need plenty of towels waiting for you in the car for the drive back home.
There are no animal hospitals in Kirkville. However, there are several of them just 28 minutes south of the town, in nearby Woodland. You won’t have to worry if you run into a little trouble with your precious pet while in Kirkville with such compassionate and talented staff at each of the Woodland animal clinics. You will need to keep your pup on a leash while you are enjoying the natural beauty of Kirkville, but this shouldn’t be a problem if you have plenty of treats stashed in your pockets to encourage that pupperific behavior learned in doggy school!
When Fido is ready to enjoy some off-leash fun in an area created just for him, put him in the car and head to Woodland Dog Park. It’s 22 miles from Kirkville, but it is definitely worth the drive! The park has two fenced-in areas for your pal to play in, depending on his size. Poop bags and water are provided for your convenience. Make sure to take advantage of them! You’ll need to keep in mind, though, that there isn’t a lot of shade, so you may work up a sweat during the summer months.
If your hound is howling for some grub after playing at the dog park in Woodland, the heart of town is where you'll want to be! Main Street is home to a few pet-friendly eateries that you and Fido would be barking mad to miss. Morgan's on Main is a great place to grab a bite, whether you're looking for a light lunch or hearty dinner. Kitchen428 is also a furrific spot for a doggie dinner date! These are only just a few of the wonderful dog-friendly dining options you'll find on Main Street, so leash up and find a place that pleases your palate!
Twenty-seven miles from Kirkville, you'll find a great opportunity for you to get out of the house and enjoy nature. Sutter Commuter Bikeway is a short 4.5-mile trail that used to be part of the rail line that once serviced the area. This is just one of 1,600 trails nationwide established by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, which works to turn old, unused railroads into pawesome pup-friendly places to walk! Don't forget to bring plenty of water and waste bags along for your walk, and make sure Fido is comfortable sharing the trail with cyclists and other leashed dogs.
Aspen Greenbelt Off-Leash Area is located within Arroyo Park. This is a small park located just 29 miles from Kirkville. This simple park has plenty of room for your pooch to run and play in! However, seating is limited and located outside of the area. Don’t forget to bring water for you and Fido as well as some doggie waste bags; they’re not provided here. If you want to explore the park outside the off-leash area, don’t forget to make sure Fido’s on his leash, and keep in mind that only certain areas of the larger park are pup-friendly.
How about a 53-acre corn maze to test your sense of direction? Cool Patch Pumpkins and Corn Maze is only 30 miles from Kirkville and is the pawfect adventure for those of you looking for something a little different to do! Your pal will find over 50 types of pumpkins to sniff out and bark at while you’re here. You will need to keep your dog on her leash while you are exploring the pumpkins. This maze stays open all year, but it does get crowded in the fall. Bring the kids along to have a furrific day in the pumpkin patch!