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Dog Areas in Lagunitas

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Lagunitas is a small community in Marin County, California about ten miles out from Novato. The town is in the mountains of California and right by the Samuel P. Taylor State Park, perfect for a dog who loves to go out and explore. There is one veterinarian in Lagunitas that your dog can visit for a check-up at any time.

Spend a day out at the Samuel P. Taylor State Park with your furry pal. The park has lovely redwood groves and grass hills, perfect for an active dog. While at the park, you can partake in adventures like camping, hiking, or enjoying the picnic area. The 2,882-acre park is open from 8 a.m. to sunset, giving you more than enough time to explore.

Take a hike along the South Creek Trail with your pup. The trail is 1.5-miles long through a beautiful forest filled with ferns. The trail will take you along the backside of the Lagunitas Creek, perfect if your pup loves the water. The trail is a easy hike, so it is perfect for any level of hiker. 

Your dog will have a great time exploring the town of Lagunitas alongside you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lagunitas

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 336/sq mi

    #1 Lagunitas

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    Grab Fido and head out onto the Sir Francis Drake Bikeway Trail. This pawesome trail is 5.3-miles long and you will hike on an asphalt trail surface. The trail will take you over wooden bridges, and near the Lagunitas Creek where your dog can stop for some water. At mile three, there will be restrooms for owners, and if you need a break, there is plenty of shade from the redwood groves. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while you go out and hike this dogtastic trail, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 74/sq mi

    #2 Nicasio

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    Enjoy a day out at the French Ranch Open Space Preserve. This 403-acre preserve offers some amazing hiking trails that you and Fido can go explore together. There are three trails that you can choose from that range from 0.70miles to 1.1-miles in length. The Top Flight Trail is the longest trail in the preserve and only has a 399-foot elevation gain, perfect for any hiker. The trails don't offer shade, so make sure to take breaks and bring along plenty of water for you and Fido. While you are out at the preserve, you need to keep your pup on a leash. Located six miles out of Lagunitas in Nicasio, your dog will love this little getaway. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 857/sq mi

    #3 Forest Knolls

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    Check out the Gary Giacomini Open Space Preserve with your four-legged friend. The open space is 1,500-acres of forested and rugged terrain. There are hiking trails throughout the preserve that you and Fido can use for a walk together. Hike five miles along the San Geronimo Fire Road and be covered by lush redwoods the entire time. The trail will take you to Peter's Dam where you can turn around, or continue into the Azalea Hills. Keep your dog on a leash while you explore the preserve which is located in Forest Knolls, and less than a mile out of Lagunitas.  
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 120/sq mi

    #4 San Geronimo Valley

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    The Roy’s Redwoods Preserve overlooks the San Geronimo Valley and is the perfect spot to spend some time with your pup. The 293-acre preserve is covered by some of the tallest redwoods in the county and is a great place to go for a hike. Take a hike on the Dickson Ridge Fire Road which will take you up a steep climb and give you an amazing view of Mount Tamalpais and Mount Wittenberg. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you to this preserve in Woodacre. Only three miles out of Lagunitas, this is a great destination for you and Fido.

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    Population Density 15/sq mi

    #5 Point Reyes & Inverness

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    Grab your pup and go on a hike along the Bolinas Ridge Trailhead. The trail is 10.5-miles long and will take you through the Samuel Taylor Park. The trail will take you along coastal rangelands where you will be sheltered by redwoods before you reach the top of the trail, giving you a bird eyes view of the San Andres Rift Zone and the Pacific Ocean. The trail does offer a picnic area if you want to take a break before continuing your hike. Located in Point Reyes Station, and only ten miles out from Lagunitas, your dog will enjoy hiking this trail with you.
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