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Dog Areas in Oakville, CA

Napa Valley is an area of northern California known for its world-famous wineries and lush, rolling landscapes. This area is also home to Oakville, a community with a population of fewer than 100 people, and more than 5,000 acres of vineyard and 24 wineries. Although the vast majority of businesses in the area have to do with wine, there is also a popular grocery store in Oakville that was founded in 1881 where many tourists like to stop. There isn't a dog park in Oakville, but it is near several recreational facilities, and you can never go wrong with an on-leash dog walk just about anywhere in California thanks to its glorious climate.

There are a few wineries in Oakville that are dog-friendly so that you can head out for a day of wine tasting with your four-legged best friend. One such place is known as PlumpJack Winery, and you'll find it on Oakville Cross Road. This winery sits on a 42-acre estate, and it's best known for its exceptional cabernets. Their tasting room includes some dog-friendly items, and dogs are also welcome to join you on their patio. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and owners are required to clean up after their pets. When it comes to visiting off-leash parks near Oakville, there are paw-lenty of those too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oakville, CA

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    Population Density 1,428/sq mi

    #1 Imola

    Shurtleff Park Dog Park is an off-leash space in eastern Napa, California, and it's less than 15 miles from Oakville. Dogs can be off-leash or on a leash at this park, but be advised that it isn't entirely fenced in, and it borders an elementary school field. There is a wide open green space pawfect for playing fetch with your dog, and this space leads to a more rugged and wooded area where you can also explore with your dog. The wooded area leads to a ravine where some dogs like to swim. Throughout the park, there's also a walking trail you can trek with your pooch.
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    Population Density 8,207/sq mi

    #2 Collins

    The American Canyon Dog Park is 20 miles south of Oakville in southern American Canyon, California. This no-frills dog park is a fully-enclosed space for dogs to play off-leash, but it doesn't include separate areas for big and small dogs. The dog park is known for being frequented by friendly people and their pets, and it includes running water for dogs to drink, as well as doggy bags and lots of seating for pet parents. There's a playground located next to the dog park, which is convenient for parents of two- and four-legged children! Your dog can join you in these other areas as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 987/sq mi

    #3 South Napa

    Kennedy Park is a spacious public park in southern Napa, and it's about 15 miles from Oakville. In addition to having sports fields and courts, gardens, and picnic sites, there is also a designated off-leash dog area! The Kennedy Park Off-Leash Area is a section of the park with unpaved trails where your pooch can romp, run, and ruffhouse with some new canine pals. The off-leash space isn't fenced, but some signs will tell you where you can let your dog off-leash. Some of the park's other features include walking trails, a skate park, and a bike path. Your dog is welcome to join you throughout Kennedy Park on a leash.
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    Population Density 965/sq mi

    #4 Mcnear

    Southwestern Petaluma, California is about 30 miles from Oakville, and this area is home to McNear Park. This almost eight-acre park has all sorts of recreational opportunities, including a designated off-leash space during certain hours! There are horseshoe facilities, multi-use fields, sports fields and courts, and playgrounds. The off-leash area isn't fenced in, but dogs are allowed to explore leash-free from 6 AM to 11 AM Monday to Friday, 6 AM to 8 AM Saturday and Sunday, and 8 PM to 10 PM Monday to Sunday. Other areas of the park are dog-friendly, but pets aren't allowed off-leash.
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    Population Density 166/sq mi

    #5 Rincon Valley

    Rincon Valley is an area of northeastern Santa Rosa, California that is a little more than 20 miles from Oakville. This area is also where you'll find the Rincon Valley Community Dog Park, and both you and your dog are sure to love it! Visitors love that there are separate areas for big and small dogs to play, and there's also a pond where dogs can cool off on hot days. For your convenience, there are also seating areas throughout the park, as well as drinking water for pets and waste disposal supplies. There are nearly 19 acres of space to enjoy in the rest of Rincon Valley Community Park, and your dog can explore the space with you if they're leashed.
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