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Dog Areas in Mariposa

4 Parks
8 Eateries
4 Groomers
Mariposa is a quiet town in Mariposa County that might not seem like a good place to hang out with your pup, but trust us-it is! With the plethora of amazing dog friendly restaurants and pawtastic parks, Mariposa is a great area for pups. Sitting on the outskirts of Yosemite, this town is perfect to stop into if you don't want to deal with all the tourists in the area. There are five veterinarians located in town, making it safe and healthy for you pup.

Take Fido to the hidden gem of Midpines Park for a great afternoon out with you. This park features a covered picnic area, plenty of trees for shade, and some grass that your dog will love rolling on. The park isn't huge, but it still offers a nice walking path that you and your dog can use for a good walk before you head out on a different adventure together.

Enjoy a delicious meal together at Castillo's Mexican Restaurant, a casual eatery that dishes out some tasty Mexican cuisine. Their menu includes fajitas, enchiladas, burritos, and more Mexican favorites, and the outdoor patio welcomes your furry pal to join you while you chow down on some good food.

If you and Fido need a place to stay for the night, check into the numerous different hotels that allow Fido to stay with you. Restful Nest Bed and Breakfast Resort, Miners Inn, Best Western Yosemite Way Station Motel, and America's Best Vale Inn Mariposa all welcome you and your dog to get a good night's rest together.

With the great restaurants, parks, and even places to stay, Mariposa is a woofderful destination for you and your adventurous pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mariposa

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 43/sq mi

    #1 Elliot Corner

    If you and your dog are looking to get away from the busyness of downtown and want a nice place to enjoy a meal and relax, head out to the Elliot Corner neighborhood. Located on the edge of Mariposa is the Mariposa Coffee Company where you and your dog can sit down and get a cup of coffee together, plus enjoy the beautiful mountain view. This family owned coffee shop serves a variety of delicious coffee options, plus some pastries to go along with it. They have a dog friendly patio that welcomes your four legged friend to join you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 609/sq mi

    #2 Briceburg

    Get a good hike in with your furry friend by your side on the Merced River Trail. This 13.1-mile trail will take you along the Merced River and into the Merced River Recreational Area. You will get an amazing view of the Yosemite Valley while the two of you hike along the trail. The trail is perfect for beginners since it only has a 482-foot elevation gain, and an out and back route type, so you can't get lost. Located in Midpine just six miles out of Mariposa, this trail is perfect for a good hike with your furry pal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 69/sq mi

    #3 Darrah

    If you and your pup are on a journey to Yosemite, but need a place to stop and stretch your legs, stop at Darrah Park in Mariposa. This park is on the outskirts of Yosemite and is a great area for your dog to sniff around and get a walk in before you hop back into the car. Although the park doesn't offer a lot, it still has restrooms for owners, shade provided by trees, and a little walking trail that you can use for a walk together. The park doesn't have any grass and is mainly packed dirt and pine needles from the trees. 
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #4 Mariposa

    The Mariposa County Park offers some great amenities that your dog will be jumping for joy over. The park has a playground, covered picnic area, and plenty of trees for shade. There is tons of grass that Fido can run along, and a great hiking trail that goes around the park, but still gives you the feel of being in the woods. After a fun day out at the park, grab a bite to eat at Betts Gold Coin Sports Tavern. This eatery offers a causal sports bar atmosphere with a menu that dishes out tasty pub grub. The Sugar Pine Cafe is a diner that serves traditional American fare like pancakes, burgers, and pasta. Zorba Greek Cafe dishes out traditional Greek food like falafels and shawarma. All of these restaurants have patios that welcome your furry pal to join you.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 807/sq mi

    #5 Stockton Ridge

    Grab your pup and head out to Arts Park for a great day out filled with fun and exercise. The park has grass that your dog can run in, plus a small stage where they host music events. There are plenty of trees to help provide shade for you and your pup, unless you are sitting on the grass by the stage. Take advantage of the great walking path that goes throughout the park for a good walk with your furry pal. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags while you hang out at this great park together.
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