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Dog Areas in Palo Alto

3 Parks
2 Trails
21 Eateries
5 Groomers

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Palo Alto

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    Population Density 6,471/sq mi

    #1 Midtown


    Hoover Dog Park in Midtown has got the pawfect blend of activities for dogs and their humans. With a fenced-in dog run, grassy fields, picnic tables and nearby tennis courts, there is a lot on offer for you and your canine. Inside of the dog run there are water bowls available, as well as shady trees and a gravel area, for those feeling a little more adventurous. If you’re looking for somewhere in the heart of the city, with plenty of shade and fun activities for you and your dog, Hoover Dog Park could be the place for you!

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    Population Density 6,471/sq mi

    #2 Greater Mitchell Park


    Do you have a dog who loves to make new friends? Are you an owner looking to socialise? Then take a trip to Mitchell Park. The dog park is double fenced and open to dogs of all shapes and sizes, with plenty of shade to snuggle in. Frisbeees, balls, waterbowls, hoses, ropes – at Mitchell Park, there are plenty of toys and activities for keeping your dog howling with excitement. With a perfect blend of grass and gravel, you and your dog can stretch your legs and meet some more fantastic dogs. At Mitchell Park, you’ll have a Paws-itively good time!

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    Population Density 3,483/sq mi

    #3 The Willows


    Willow Oaks Dog Park is a perfect spot for families, both with human and furry children! Located next to a children’s playground, the dog park has a wide range of tennis balls on hand for a good game of fetch. All dogs, big and small, share the same area, giving your pups the oppawtunity to make some lasting friendships. And, if you’re feeling a little thirsty, the park also has a nearby water fountain, perfect for filling up bottles and bowls alike. There will be no time for weeping at Willow Oaks Dog Park – you’ll be too busy having fun!

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    Population Density 3,483/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Menlo


    The early bird gets the worm, but the early dog visits Nealon Dog Park! This 9 acre piece of land is home to a fantastic off-leash dog park, open from dawn to dusk. With picnic areas and tables where the humans can relax, your dog can run free in this safe slice of the city. And if you’re more of the sporty type, you can stop by the tennis courts and softball zones, and really work up a sweat. Nealon Park is the perfect place to shake off those bedside dreams and have a furry good start to your day!

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    Population Density 8,858/sq mi

    #5 Mountain View


    Peace is something both dogs and humans rarely find these days. However, at Shoreline Dog Park, you can find a tranquil spot for you and your furry friend. Incredibly maintained, this wide open area has enough shade and space for your dogs to get some much needed me time. And, after a good run in the sun, you can both utilise the water fountain available within the park grounds, giving you and your dog a much needed rest. If you’re looking for a quiet place for your dogs to exercise, Shoreline Dog Park is sure to be your pawfect choice!

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