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Dog Areas in Piedmont, CA

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Piedmont is a city of just under 12,000 people in Alameda County, near the California coast. Incorporated in 1907, Piedmont is almost entirely zoned for residential use, so you'll find plenty of single-family homes and lovely communities in town. It's considered part of San Francisco Bay, and Piedmont is entirely bordered by the city of Oakland. Dog owners love living in Piedmont because they're so close to all sorts of dog-friendly activities, and the mild climate doesn't often limit their time outdoors. The city of Piedmont has made it easy for dog owners to spend time outside with their dogs, and there are four designated off-leash areas in town, with plenty more nearby.

To use the off-leash parks in Piedmont, you must first purchase an off-leash permit from the city, which can be done online. One of these off-leash spaces is found at Linda Park, which is on Linda Avenue next to Beach School. This sizeable dog park doesn't separate dogs by size, but most owners say with all of the space in the park, there's room for everyone to play safely. There's a water fountain at the park, as well as waste disposal supplies and a variety of terrain for your pooch to explore. You and your dog are going to love the dog-friendly city of Piedmont!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Piedmont, CA

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    Population Density 5,226/sq mi

    #1 Dracena Avenue

    The northwestern quadrant of Piedmont is home to Dracena Quarry. What was once a rock quarry is now an eight-acre park with a rock-climbing wall, a playground, an open field, and an off-leash dog run! The Dracena Quarry Dog Run isn't fenced in; rather, it's a designated off-leash space within Dracena Quarry. Dogs can run and play in a forest-like environment with tall trees and hills that doesn't separate dogs by their weight. If your dog doesn't have good recall skills, it may be best to walk them on a leash in other areas of the park.
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    Population Density 8,982/sq mi

    #2 Central Piedmont

    Located in the heart of Piedmont is a pawpular place known as Piedmont Park, which has features like a Japanese tea house, a ravine with waterfalls, lush landscaping, a playground, and an off-leash area! The Piedmont Park Dog Park includes miles of trails your dog can explore with you on-leash. These trails run through wooded areas and have a concrete surface which makes it safer and easier than hiking on a natural surface. During your visit, you and your pooch will come across other friendly dogs and their humans, as well as a variety of park-goers enjoying activities like picnicking, reading, and sunbathing.
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    Population Density 5,226/sq mi

    #3 North Piedmont

    Blair Park was once a 75-acre amusement park in northern Piedmont, and today it's a 5.5-acre open-space that includes an off-leash dog area! This area isn't fenced in, so your dog should be under voice control if you plan to let them off-leash. Be sure to bring your own water, bowls, and waste disposal supplies when you visit Blair Park. Dogs who enjoy chasing a ball will especially enjoy this park, as there's so much open space with nothing to get in their way from chasing a flying object! Surrounding the park are scenic, tree-lined neighborhoods that make for a nice on-leash dog walk!
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    Population Density 2,855/sq mi

    #4 West Alameda

    South-central Alameda, California is only a 15-minute drive from Piedmont. This area is home to the Alameda Dog Park, a spacious off-leash area that includes big and small dog sections. There's a selection of shaded seating areas in the park, along with water fountains, and waste disposal supplies. If your pooch has a squirrel obsession, they'll be in heaven with all of the furry creatures in and around the park's trees. The park area surrounding the off-leash park is dog-friendly too, but your dog must be on a leash. For your convenience, there are restrooms and plenty of parking at Alameda Dog Park, too!
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    Population Density 659/sq mi

    #5 Wardlaw

    Eastern Vallejo, California is less than 30 miles from Piedmont, and this area is also where you'll find Wardlaw Dog Park. This 2.2-acre dog park has big and small dog sections that are beautifully landscaped and fully equipped. You'll find water fountains, benches, waste disposal supplies, and trees in the park as well. This well-maintained and clean dog park is pawpular with locals, but the regulars are known to be friendly to newcomers as well! There are soccer fields and picnic areas surrounding Wardlaw Dog Park, and your pooch can accompany you to these areas as long as they're on a leash.
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