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Dog Areas in Point Reyes Station

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Point Reyes Station

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    Population Density 3,999/sq mi

    #1 Petaluma

    Petaluma is eighteen miles north of Point Reyes Station. Rocky Memorial Dog Park is a nine-acre, partially fenced dog park that gives dogs some green grass to run and play in. A few pieces of agility equipment add to the exercise opportunities. After all that exercise, you and Fido are sure to work up an appetite, so head to Della Fattoria on Arnold Way. This restaurant serves sandwiches and entrees in dog-friendly outdoor seating. Wild Goat is another great choice, serving up salads and northern Italian cuisine at dog-friendly outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 1,857/sq mi

    #2 Novato

    Novato is 19 miles east of Point Reyes Station. Marin Humane Society Dog Park is a fully fenced enclosure for leash-free adventure and socialization. There is a separate area for small dogs. There are specially designed water fountains for dogs and people here too. The ground is grass covered, and there are benches from which human companions can watch and supervise their dogs at play. Several pieces of agility equipment are used for training and extra exercise. Mature trees provide ample shade. Open green spaces offer some leashed dogs some additional exercise with their person.
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    Population Density 3,013/sq mi

    #3 Mill Valley

    Mill Valley is 32 miles south of Point Reyes Station, but the drive is worth it for Mill Valley Dog Park. This park is not fully fenced, but there is plenty of space for dogs to run and play. Pieces of agility equipment add to the exercise, and are used for training. A cool splash in the lake adds to the fun, so be sure to pack a towel. Need a place to rest your weary heads? Holiday Inn Express welcomes ups to two dogs of no more than fifty pounds for an additional charge of $75 per stay. Hungry? Head to Balboa Cafe, which welcomes dogs at its outdoor tables. Super Duper Burgers would be happy to serve you and Fido a burger platter with a shake at any of their dog-friendly outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 2,574/sq mi

    #4 San Rafael

    San Rafael is 23 miles south of Point Reyes Station but Fido is sure to bark his praises if you take him on a trip to Civic Center Dog Park. Amenities of this park include a separate area for small dogs, water fountains designed especially for dogs and people, benches, kiddie pools, shade trees, and doggie waste bags. Phew! Got all that? All you’ll need to bring to enjoy a day of fun at the park is a towel or two, Fido’s favorite toy, and your sense of adventure! The ground is also a mixture of crushed rock and grass, so Fido won’t get too dirty while he’s playing with his new fur-iends.
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    Population Density 373/sq mi

    #5 Glen Ellen

    Glen Ellen is a lengthy drive away from Point Reyes Station, about 38 miles north, but it has plenty of pup-friendly activities and places.. Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park is just one of them. This one-acre dog park is fully fenced for off-leash running and socialization. There’s water on-site, and a kiddie pool gives dogs a chance to get a cool splash. There is no separate area for small dogs, though. There are picnic benches for human companions to sit and watch their four-legged friends. The rest of the park has places to explore on leash with your furry pal. Hungry? Garden Court Cafe & Bakery serves up sandwiches and desserts at dog-friendly outdoor tables.
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