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Dog Areas in Marshall, CA

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Marshall is in the county of Marin on the northeast shore of Tomales Bay. The small town was originally named after the four Marshall brothers who set up a dairy industry in the town in the 1850s. Today, there are remnants of the dairy history in current businesses, such as the Straus Family Creamery. One thing residents love as much as their milk are their pets. Although there are no veterinarians located directly in Marshall, there are over 20 on the outskirts of town that offer pet care whenever Marshall dogs' are in need.

Hike along the Point Reyes National Seashore with Fido and get a great workout in. The Point Reyes Natonal Seashore is located right along the Pacific Ocean, and is perfect for your pup to splash around in. Depending on when you visit, you may even catch the annual gray whale migration. Other amazing activities include bird watching, over 150-miles of trails to hike, and horse back riding. Head over to the Elephant Seal Overlook and watch the elephant seals lay about.

Since Marshall is a smaller town in Marin county, there aren't many places you can stop in and eat at with Fido. Just down the road in Point Reyes is the Cafe Reyes. This pawsome eatery welcomes your dog to grab a meal with you at one of their outdoor tables. They offer tasty food like pizza, salad, or chocolate cake.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marshall, CA

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    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #1 Fallon Two Rock

    Just down the road and a short drive away from Marshall is Tomales which is home to the Tomales Bakery. The pawsome bakery welcomes your dog to grab a tasty treat with you on their outdoor patio. Tomales Bakery dishes out delicious food like calzones, quiche, coconut macaroons, lemon bars, and more. They are only open from Thursdays to Sundays from 7:30 a.m. until all the food is gone, so plan your trip accordingly. After a good meal and tasty treat, take a walk around the neighborhood before returning to Marshall or heading out to the beach.
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    Population Density 283/sq mi

    #2 Dillon Beach

    Dillon Beach is only 11-miles out of Marshall, and a dogtstic place to let Fido run around on the beach and get his paws sandy. Your dog can be off-leash at the beach from sunrise until sunset. The beach is known to have larger waves, so watch your dog if he decides to splash in the water. Amenities include restrooms, picnic tables, fire pits, and tide pools. If you get the munchies after a fun beach day, stop in at Dillon Beach Cafe. This eatery serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they have outdoor seating that is dog-friendly.
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    Population Density 351/sq mi

    #3 San Geronimo Valley

    Grab Fido and hop in the car, because fourteen miles out of Marshall is the Sir Francis Drake Bikeway in Tocaloma. This pawsome trail is 5.3-miles long with a trail surface that's asphalt. The trail starts off in some dense woods and take you through thick redwoods. Along your hike, you will come across a picnic area where you and Fido can rest and eat some food before you continue on your hike. At mile three on your hike, there is a restroom, and the rest of the hike you're shaded by a beautiful redwood grove. Make sure to bring water for Fido during your hike and keep him on leash while you explore.
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    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #4 Limantour Beach

    The Limantour Beach is only twelves miles away from Marshall and a great spot to take Fido for a day out. Locals love that the beach is quiet and clean, and is usually not crowded. If you and your furry friend want to hike, then head into the wetlands that Limantour Beach has to offer and take a walk on the trails. If you walk long enough, you can even get to the Santa Maria Beach and the campsite they offer. The beach has restrooms available, and is popular among bird watchers.
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    Population Density 338/sq mi

    #5 Lairds Landing

    Less then eighteen miles out of Marshall is Kehoe Beach in Inverness. Your dog will love exploring the beach and splashing in the water, plus the backdrop of granite cliffs and sandstone will make it a perfect trip. If you feel like exploring more, head onto the Kehoe Beach Trail and enjoy the 2.5-mile hike with your pup. The hike is recommended for any hiker, regardless of their skill level, and will feature some of Californa's beautiful wildflowers. The trail is open year-around, so you and Fido can hike it whenever you please. When you're visiting, your pup must stay on a leash, and don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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