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Dog Areas in Pescadero

15 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
Pescadero is a small ranch and farming community in San Mateo County. Although Pescadero may seem like a tiny town, it is a huge tourist attraction due to the beaches and state parks that run through it, not to mention all the hiking trails. Your dog will love hiking through the Santa Cruz Mountains with you while visiting, and since there are two veterinarians located in Pescadero, you can be sure your dog will be well taken care of.

Grab a bite to eat at Highway 1 Brewing with your furry pal by your side. This pawsome brewery serves upscale cuisine and offers craft beers. Their outdoor patio is pup friendly and perfect to relax on with a great meal and delicious beer.

If Fido is itching to get his feet wet, head over to the Bean Hollow State Beach. This pawsome beach in Pescadero welcomes your pup to play in the sand as long as he stays on leash.

After a fun day out, get a good night's rest at Costanaoa Lodge and Camp, or Santa Cruz North/ Costanoa KOA. Both sites welcome your furry friend to spend a evening or two with you before heading on your next adventure.

With the beaches, parks, and delicious food you and Fido can eat while in Pescadero, it is no wonder you and Fido will love hanging out in this pawsome town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pescadero

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #1 Pescadero

    The Butano State Park is a pawsome park to take Fido to for some hiking  adventures. The park has 40-miles of hiking trails that go throughout its 4,000-acres. With a mixture of canyons and uplands, your pup will love journeying through this state park with you. The park also offers campsites, restrooms, and drinking water for those wanting to spend a few nights in the area. While hiking, enjoy the beautiful views of the redwoods that grow in California, as well as the natural wildlife. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash the whole time you're visiting, as there is wildlife in this area.
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    Population Density 331/sq mi

    #2 Portola State Park Rd

    The Portola Redwoods State Park offers 2,800-acres of park fun for you and your pup to enjoy. The park has 18-miles of trails, plus creeks, a waterfall, and campgrounds. While at the park, your pup needs to stay on leash, and note that dogs are not allowed in certain areas of the park, so pay attention to signage. The Portola Redwoods State Park is filled with beautiful redwoods and awsome natural wildlife that you and your pup can enjoy together. Although there is a creek, make sure to bring water for your pup. Your dog will love getting away from the busy city and hanging out at this park.
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    Population Density 73/sq mi

    #3 North Coast

    The Davenport Beach is a great area to let Fido run in the sand and get a little sun. The beach welcomes Fido to have a great afternoon if he stays on leash while visiting. If your pup loves swimming, make sure to keep an eye on him since the area is known to have a strong undertow. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags as well. After a fun day out make sure to stop into Whale City Bar and Grill to get your grub on. This eatery offers fresh breakfast and lunch options. Their outdoor patios welcomes your pup and gives you a beautiful view of the ocean. Only twenty-four miles out of Pescadero in Davenport, your pup will love exploring this beach with you.
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    Population Density 635/sq mi

    #4 Tunitas

    Located only twelve miles out of Pescadero in Lobitos, your pup won't mind the small car ride to the Tunitas Creek Open Space Preserve, a great spot to hike alongside your furry pal. This 4,471-acre preserve offers 21-miles of hiking trails to explore. The most popular trail is the Redwood Trail, which is wheelchair accessible. Your dog needs to stay on leash while visiting, especially since there is wildlife like bobcats and mountain lions that call this area home. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you are exploring. 
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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #5 Arleta Park

    Only eighteen miles out of Pescadero in Half Moon Bay, your dog will love the pawsome Half Moon Bay Coastal Trail, a 4.7-mile trail that offers an asphalt ground covering for you and Fido to walk along. This trail runs along the Pacific Coast and offers a gorgeous view of the ocean while you hike. The trail gives you access to plenty of beaches, just make sure they are dog friendly before bringing Fido out on one. There is no shade offered on the trail, so make sure to bring plenty of water with you so Fido can stay cool. 
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