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!