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Dog Areas in Los Alamos

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Small, quiet and laid-back, there’s a lot to like about Los Alamos, CA. The tiny town is only seven blocks long, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in charm. It’s famous for its wine tasting opportunities, vintage feel, and old west heritage. Don’t worry, though -- this town is big enough for the both of you! In downtown, you and your pup can feast your eyes on the many original and restored saloon-style shop fronts, or pay a visit to the last standing Pacific Coast Railway Stop. Los Alamos may be little, but there’s certainly room for a veterinary clinic, and emergency care is available only a short drive away in Orcutt.

Though there are no facilities for off-leash adventures in Los Alamos, you and your pooch can still have a doggone good time! Ferrini Park on Leslie Street is a furrific little spot for a walk, and trash cans and poo bags are provided on-site. The monthly Saturday Stroll through the town is aimed at promoting local business, and your pup is welcome as long as they’re leashed. 

You’ll also find plenty of options for doggie dining -- Pico Restaurant, Plenty on Bell, Bob’s Well Bread Bakery, and Bell Street Farm all cater to canine companions. And, although you may need to drive a little to get the best exercise options for your buddy, you’ll find plenty of places to let your furry friend run free in the surrounding area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Los Alamos

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    Population Density 2,558/sq mi

    #1 Orcutt


    Orcutt is home to the closest off-leash dog park to Los Alamos, and you’d have to be barking mad not to pay a visit! The dog run at Orcutt Community Park provides everything you and your pup could need: bags, water, toys, and plenty of shade for your pooch to run around and tire themselves out in. The community park itself is home to some fabulously scenic trails, most of which welcome leashed pets. Go in the morning and you can chow down afterwards at nearby breakfast joint Blenders in The Grass, a lovely local spot that welcomes doggie diners at their outdoor tables!

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    Population Density 396/sq mi

    #2 Waller

    Waller in Santa Maria is just a fourteen mile drive from Los Alamos, and this dog-friendly neighborhood is a real mutts-visit! It’s home to the pawsitively excellent Waller Park, the largest park in the Santa Maria area, with all the amenities that implies, including ample restrooms, lots of parking, plenty of seating, and, of course, its own dog park! The Woof-Pac Park has separate areas for large and small dogs, so your fur baby can socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided here for your convenience. The Santa Maria Valley Trail also runs right through Waller Park, and boasts some fantastic views at the top.
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    Population Density 3,713/sq mi

    #3 Lompoc

    Cultured canines might get a kick out of visiting the La Purisima Mission State Historic Park in Lompoc. The mission has been completely restored to exactly how it looked 200 years ago, and your pooch is welcome to join the outdoor portion of the tours. More importantly, there’s over 25 acres of beautiful trails to explore, and there’s a walk for everyone from the fittest furry friend to the most committed couch pup-tato! Bring your own water and bags, and be sure to have your dog on a short leash, as there have been snakes spotted in the area.
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    Population Density 640/sq mi

    #4 Salvang

    While you’re in wine country, it’d be a real faux-paws not to go for a tasting. While wineries in closer Los Olivios welcome wagging tails, Salvang is a real stand-out. It’s home to the Buttonwood Farm and Winery, a world-famous vineyard that allows dogs to explore its gardens and even enter its tasting rooms! Careful, though -- this is a working farm with its own dogs roaming around, so keep your pooch on leash and be mindful of their temperament. Afterwards, why not stop in at the Wandering Dog Wine Bar? The dog loving owners of this Salvang gem allow pets inside, so there’s no need to leave Rover outside while you order!
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    Population Density 940/sq mi

    #5 Buellton Park

    Make no bones about it, the PAWS park in Beulleton is perfect for off-leash play. Unlike the park at Waller, there’s no separate runs for large and small dogs, but the sheer size of this huge green field makes up for it. Everything you need, including toys, is provided, so you and your buddy can enjoy a spirited game of catch without worrying about carting water bottles and bags around with you. Once you’ve tired yourselves out, stop in at the Figueroa Mountain Brewery. This pawesome spot provides water bowls at their outdoor tables, so both you and your pooch can quench your thirst!
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