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Dog Areas in Middletown, CA

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The community of Middletown, California is home to nearly 1,500 people, and it's not far from bigger cities like Santa Rosa and Calistoga. Middletown got its name in 1875 -- it was well-known as an agricultural center, and it eventually became a popular resort destination for people who came to enjoy the natural hot springs in the area. Today, Middletown is home to retirees and commuters to bigger cities, and it still draws some tourists who come to visit the nearby Harbin Hot Springs in Lake County, California. If you enjoy spending time outdoors with your dog, it's hard to go wrong with the climate anywhere in California. Middletown doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but there are dog-friendly spaces in town where you can take Spot for an on-leash walk.

The Middletown Trailside Nature Preserve and EcoArts Park is a 107-acre park full of opportunities for dog walking, horseback riding, hiking, and bird watching. The park is open daily from dawn to dusk, and leashed dogs are welcome to join you throughout the park. This park is at the base of the 2,351-foot Sugarloaf Peak, which is a 1.5-mile hike you can do with your dog in about 45 minutes. If an off-leash park is what you're looking for, there are plenty of those near Middletown, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middletown, CA

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    Population Density 166/sq mi

    #1 Badger Road

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    The northeastern area of Santa Rosa, California is about 25 miles from Middletown, and this is where the Rincon Valley Community Dog Park can be found! This off-leash dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, as well as a swimming pond where dogs can cool off or chase a ball. There's also seating, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies in the dog park. Rincon Valley Community Park is a 19-acre park that also has soccer fields, ball diamonds, playgrounds, and barbecue and picnic facilities. Your dog can join you in these areas as well if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Healdsburg

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    Villa Chanticleer is a charming location in northeastern Healdsburg, California. It's a popular location for weddings and other gatherings, and there are also playgrounds, gardens, gazebos, and a 1.5-acre off-leash park. The Villa Dog Park is one large space overlooking the beautiful rolling wine country hills, and it doesn't separate dogs by size. The park provides visitors with drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and there is plenty of seating and shade there as well. Villa Park is free to use, but you'll find a donation bin at the entrance to the park if you'd like to contribute to the maintenance of this pawesome park.
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    Population Density 5,116/sq mi

    #3 West Santa Rosa

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    Northwest Community Park is a 27-acre park in Santa Rosa around 30 miles from Middletown. This lovely park has ball diamonds, soccer fields, picnic and barbecue setups, a bicycle track, and much more! There's even a 0.5-acre off-leash dog park with separate sections for big and small dogs, and it's free to use. The Northwest Community Dog Park is a well-maintained and clean space for dogs to play, and there is a water faucet, bowls, and waste removal supplies in the park. Your dog can also explore other areas of Northwest Community Park with you if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,928/sq mi

    #4 South Healdsburg

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    If you have a dog under 17 inches tall, there's a dog park in southern Healdsburg just for you! Badger Park is an 11-acre community park that has gardens, a walking trail, playgrounds, and picnic facilities in addition to the off-leash park. This clean dog park has water stations for dogs, as well as shaded seating areas and waste disposal supplies. If your dog is over 17 inches, you can also walk them on the trail in the park that leads to the river, but they must be on a leash. Other areas of Badger Park are dog-friendly for leashed dogs, too!
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    Population Density 1,011/sq mi

    #5 Zinfandel Lane

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    Is there any better combination than dogs and wine? Frenchie Winery in southeastern St. Helena, California doesn't think so! It's less than 30 miles from Middletown, and Frenchie Winery prides itself on being Napa Valley's first dog winery. At Frenchie Winery, your dog will have their own tasting room, as well as a bedding area where your dog can relax while you sample wine. Your wine-tasting experience is made even better by being able to watch your dog on a Frenchie Cam as they hang out in the shady, outdoor dog area. The wines at Frenchie Winery are made with significant historical leaders in mind, and you can sip on drinks named for people like Marie Antoinette, Betsy Ross, and Napoleon.
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