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Dog Areas in Los Banos

16 Parks
1 Trail
11 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

The town of Los Banos is a small metropolitan town in southern California. Los Banos is surrounded by old farmlands and natural preserves, and gets its name from the natural wetlands that make up in the area. After World War II, the town has consistently increased in population, and continues to bring in more people and their pups from all over. With dog population on the rise, the town has expanded its public parks and made more dog-friendly places to run around, play, and eat. There's also two dedicated animal hospitals to keep the pups here healthy!

The Elena Talbott Park is the largest park in the city, with 30 acres of green, spacious fields to enjoy. The area is nice and open, with trees lining the edges that provide shaded sitting areas. There's a paved walking trail that loops around the open space and extends .7 miles, with access to a playground, water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins.

Colorado Park is on the west side of the city and provides a surrounding view of the vast fields that surround the city. This park is open and spacious, with green grass, three fenced-in baseball fields, tennis courts, and a playground. Pups can run around and play in the open space or in the baseball fields, and have access to additional features like water fountains, nighttime lights, picnic tables, and benches.

Los Banos is constantly growing, and continues to create new and exciting places to walk Fido that you both are going to love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Los Banos

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    Population Density 2,814/sq mi

    #1 Pacheco Boulevard

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    Pacheco Boulevard is an urban neighborhood that hosts the city's main shopping center and downtown district. The area's most traveled park is Los Banos Co Park, which is centered in the neighborhood and provides well-kept green lawns, large oak trees, and paved walking paths. There are picnic tables, benches, water fountains, and lots of room to run around and play with your pup. On the southern side of the area, Little Page Park is a smaller, but much quieter park that hosts a playground, swings, open space, and a mostly shaded area to enjoy when it's too hot to play in the sun. Pups must be on a leash inside both parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,063/sq mi

    #2 Fairgrounds

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    The neighborhood of Fairgrounds is north of the downtown area of Los Banos, with rows of suburban homes. The park of choice in this area is City Park, thanks to its beautiful green area backed by trees that line the park, and featuring a paved sidewalk, playground, and fenced-in basketball court. Additionally, there are shaded sitting areas, water fountains, picnic tables, and trash bins available to leashed pups. On the southern side of the neighborhood is the city's Rail Trail, which hosts a dog-friendly place to walk Fido along a 1.1-mile walking trail. Before heading out for a walk or some playtime, be sure to bring water and clean-up bags along the trail!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,085/sq mi

    #3 Ranchwood Estates

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    Ranchwood Estates is an upper neighborhood on the northern edge of the city, filled with rows of residential homes and backed by old farm areas. Ranchwood Park is the featured park of the area and for a good reason, since it provides park goers and dog walkers with a lovely open space to run around and play, along with a paved walking path, shady trees, a playground, and large picnic pavilion. Your pup does have to remain on a leash, but can enjoy additional amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. Vineyard Park is another dog-friendly park in the neighborhood that provides a completely open area to run around in, with a playground and soccer field. Although more open, you will still need to leash up Fido before coming.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,258/sq mi

    #4 The Birds

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    The Birds is a quiet residential neighborhood on the southeast corner of the city. The most visited park in the area is Meadowlands Park, thanks to its open field and recreational fields, which includes a baseball field and four soccer fields. Additionally, there is a playground, restrooms, and picnic pavilion right along the city's main canal. Trees line the edges and provide shade and privacy to park goers, with additional amenities available like water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations. Another dog-friendly park in the neighborhood is Park Arcadia, which has a green field to enjoy with scattered trees, a playground, and benches. Dogs to have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 2,048/sq mi

    #5 West Los Banos

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    West Los Banos is on the western side of the city, and is taken up by the airport, residential homes, and vast fields that surround the city. Right on the edge of the neighborhood is Airport Park, which has a nice view of the airport and still provides a nice large, green area to run around and play in. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside the park, but it's not fenced-in and you will need to bring water and clean-up bags. Across the street is Wolfsen Park, a small, but quiet park with a grassy lawn and paved walkway. The trail loops around the area, with access to benches and water fountains, and requires dogs to remain on a leash.
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