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Dog Areas in Moraga

5 Parks
1 Trail
3 Eateries
1 Groomer
Moraga is a small suburban city that sits in the hills of the San Francisco Bay. Located right outside of Walnut Creek and Lafayette, your pup will enjoy coming to this small city that offers tons of beautiful trails to hike together, and if you get a little hungry, there's a few dog friendly restaurants too. Home to six veterinarians, Fido will be both happy and healthy when he visits Moraga.

Head into the Rancho Laguna Park with Fido by your side for a great day out with fresh air and a good walk. The park offers a tot lot, swings, a picnic area, and a large lawn that is surrounded by trees. The best thing about the Rancho Laguna Park is they offer an off leash dog run area during the spring and summer, so Fido can have some safe running time. The Rancho Laguna Park is nesteled between the hills and your dog will love exploring the park with you by his or her side.

Grab a bite to eat at the Homemade Kitchen where they offer delicious breakfast and lunch options, including huevos rancheros and quiche. If Fido is looking for some tasty Mediterranean food, stop into Shish Kabab Show, which offers great food like hummus and baklava. 

With great outdoor activities and delicious restaurants, your furry pal is never going to want to leave the beautiful town of Moraga.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Moraga

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    Population Density 4,604/sq mi

    #1 Crestmont

    Only thirteen miles out of Moraga, your dog is going to love exploring The Redwood Regional Park in the nearby city of Oakland. A beautiful natural area in the Oakland hills, The Redwood Regional Park offers tons of different hiking trails with numerous lengths that you and Fido can explore, and you may even stumble on the lake that is located in the park. Your dog needs to stay on leash throughout the park unless you are in an undeveloped area. The park is usually busy on the weekends with other dog walkers and bikers, while on the weekdays, it's usually quiet. 
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    Population Density 2,748/sq mi

    #2 Woodminster

    Only eight miles out of Moraga in Oakland, your pup will love running around off leash in the Joaquin Miller Dog Park, a fully fenced in area that offers benches, a waste bag station, and restrooms. This pawsome dog park offers a large and small dog section so everyone can play with pups their own size. If your dog isn't in the mood to socialize, check out the outer Joaquin Miller Park. This 500-acre park offers hiking trails and a picnicking area that sits beneath redwood and oak trees. The park is open from dawn until dusk, giving you and Fido enough time to have a great day out. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 608/sq mi

    #3 Silverwood

    The Lafayette Reservoir is located six miles out of Moraga in Lafayette, and offers a few great hiking trails that you and your pup can journey along. Depending on how much you want to hike, you can decide on two different trails. The Rim Trail is an unpaved 4.7-mile trail that is a little difficult if you are a beginner at hiking, while the Lakeside Trail is a paved 2.7-mile trail. Besides hiking, the reservoir also offers other activities, like picnicking, fishing, boating and biking. While visiting, Fido needs to remain on a leash and don't forget your water.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,138/sq mi

    #4 Moraga Blvd

    If Fido get a little hungry while you are out exploring Lafayette, stop into Yankee Pier which is a sustainable seafood restaurant. They offer delicious eats like beer-battered fish and burgers. Pizza Antica dishes out thin crust pizza and pasta at this delicious Italian inspired restaurant. Chow serves fresh and healthy comfort food including soups, salads, and pastas. All of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios, so Fido can dine with you. Only four miles out of Moraga in Lafayette, Fido will love getting his foodie on with you.
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    Population Density 618/sq mi

    #5 Rheem Valley Manor

    The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail is great to hike along with your furry pal to get some good exercise in while exploring the hills of Moraga. The 13.6-mile trail has a 620-foot elevation gain with an out and back trail route, and is perfect for first time hikers since it is mainly paved and doesn't offer any steep climbs. This is a popular trail, and you may see numerous people enjoying the trail on their bikes or walking their own pups. If your dog isn't in the mood for a hike, visit the Moraga Commons Park for an easy walk. Filled with a picnic area, skate park, tot lot, playground, and numerous sport fields, your pup will enjoy hanging out at this park with you.
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