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Dog Areas in Pacific Grove

14 Parks
2 Trails
6 Eateries
5 Groomers
Nestled on the coast of Monterey County, Pacific Grove is a beautiful beach city that is perfect for any outdoorsy dog. On the outskirts of Monterey Bay and Caramel along the Pacific Coast, your dog will love stepping away from the tourists and into the smaller city of Pacific Grove. With five veterinarians in town, your dog will be happy and healthy with exploring Pacific Grove with you.

The George Washington Park is a beautiful park to get a good walk in with your furry pal. The park has great amenities like a playground, ball fields, and plenty of seating for owners. Fido will love his walk through this park since it is covered in trees, and gives him plenty of area to explore, but be warned that there is poison oak in the wooded area.

Head over to Toasties Cafe for a bite to eat with your four legged friend. They offer traditional breakfast and lunch options in a casual setting. Try some of the favorites, like homemade hash and sandwiches. Their dog friendly patio welcomes Fido to sit down with you while you enjoy your meal.

If you and your pup need a place to stay, check out the Pacific Gardens Inn, Monterey Peninsula Inn, or the Mermaid Retreat. They all welcome you and your furry pal to stay the night and get a good rest before heading out on your next adventure.

With all the amazing amenities that Pacific Grove has, your dog will love visiting this coastal town with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pacific Grove

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,766/sq mi

    #1 Beach Tract

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    Take your pup out to the Asilomar Beach for a fun afternoon out in the sun. The beach offers the Dune Boardwalk that you two can walk along, plus numerous wooded trails that you can explore together. If your dog loves the water, head down to the beach and splash around in the waves. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while at the beach. After a fun day out at the beach, stop into Roy's Pacific Rim. They offer a wide variety of seafood options, but if you're not a fan, don't worry, they also have steak and chicken dishes. Their menu includes a signature cocktail menu, and your pup is welcome on their outdoor patio.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,682/sq mi

    #2 Pacific Grove Acres

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    Take Fido out on a great hike along the Monterey Peninsula Recreational Trail. The trail is 3.9-miles long with a 137-foot elevation gain, and a loop style route type. This scenic trail will give you and your pup a beautiful view of the ocean while you hike, but make sure to keep your pup on a leash. Stop into The Grill at Lovers Point for a bite to eat. This surfside beach cafe sits on the coast and dishes out burgers, sandwiches, and nachos. They even offer treats and water to your pup while you enjoy your meal together on their outdoor patio.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,004/sq mi

    #3 Forest Lodge

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    The Rip Van Winkle Open Space is a great nature area that you and your pup can explore together. There is a trail that takes you through the forest where you and your pup can get a good walk in, and you even get a great view of the ocean from the path. Your dog is not required to wear a leash in this park, but locals warn to watch out for poisonous mushrooms along the path. The open space is frequented by many hikers and their dogs, so you and Fido will have plenty of opportunities to meet new friends. Clean-up stations are also provide throughout the area, but make sure you bring water with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,041/sq mi

    #4 Pacific Grove

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    While hanging around Pacific Grove, you and your pup may get hungry, so check out these dog-friendly places the two of you can dine at together. Cafe Ariana is a casual eatery that serves soups, salads, pizza, and more. Crema is a cozy espresso bar that offers coffee drinks, hearty breakfasts, and a light lunch. They serve brunch six days a week, with favorites like eggs Benedict and chicken fried steak with eggs. Their menu also includes wine and beer options, plus bottomless mimosas. Both of these restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome your furry pal to join you for a bite to eat.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,611/sq mi

    #5 David Avenue

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    If you and your pup are looking for a quiet place to get a good walk in, and get away from the busy city, head out to the Earl Topper Arnett Park. This lovely space features great amenities like a playground, baseball fields, and a grass area for fetch. Take a good walk along the paved path that goes around the park before you and your pup head home. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to the park since neither are provided for you. Your dog needs to stay on leash while you are exploring the park together.
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