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Dog Areas in Redwood Valley

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Bucolic, semi-rural, and surrounded by trees, Redwood Valley, CA is certainly in a beautiful spot! Though the area only got its name in 1920, Redwood Valley does have an interesting history -- notorious stagecoach robber Black Bart operated here during the California Gold Rush. Known as a "gentleman bandit" due to his soft-spoken English accent, the outlaw often left poetic messages behind at the scene of his robberies, and the citizens of Redwood Valley remember him with an annual parade. Your pooch is welcome to join, as long as they’re leashed! 

These days, Redwood Valley is most famous by far for its wineries -- there are over a dozen in the area, producing reds, whites, and roses. With a population of just over 1,700, Redwood Valley may be small, but there’s certainly room for a veterinary clinic, and 24-hour care is available in nearby Ukiah.

Redwood Valley doesn’t have its own dog park, but you two are still sure to sniff out something to do! Lions Club Park on East Road is a furrific little spot for a leashed walk. And, if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find a pawesome dog park, as well as some excellent hiking options, just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Redwood Valley

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    Population Density 496/sq mi

    #1 South Redwood Valley

    While you’re in wine country, it’d be a real faux paw not to go for a tasting! Several vineyards in the area allow furry friends to visit, but Barra of Mendocino is, paws down, one of the best. Their Petite Shirah is excellent, and dogs are allowed in both the tasting room and on the patio, so there’s no need to leave Sparky outside while you get your free sample! Silversmith Vineyards is in the same area. This winery also allows pups indoors and out, and hosts many outdoor events besides -- however, owners might be a bit disappointed with their selection.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,583/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Ukiah (Downtown)

    Make no bones about it -- your pooch will love a trip to the Mendocino Barkery in Downtown Ukiah! You’re sure to find a treat here to make your four-legged pal sit up and beg -- they stock everything from dog cookies to raw bones, and helpful staff is always on hand to help you pick out something nutritious and delicious! You’ll also find a huge range of toys and accessories, as well as regular food. Of course, owners need to eat too, so afterward, why not chow down at Patrona? This local gem does a delicious pressed Cuban, and welcomes wagging tails outside.
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    Population Density 986/sq mi

    #3 North Ukiah

    Low Gap Dog Park in Ukiah is a real mutts-visit! The off-leash area is a little hard to find -- once you’re in Low Gap Park, it’s just up the steps and over the bridge -- but once you’re in there, your pooch might never want to leave! There’s plenty of space to run and play in both the large and small dog areas, and the dog run is well-shaded, so you can let your fur-ball jump around to their little heart’s content without worrying about them overheating. There’s also an agility course, so fitter furry friends are guaranteed a thorough and entertaining workout!
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    Population Density 85/sq mi

    #4 Lake Mendocino Drive

    You’d need to be barking mad not to check out the Lake Mendocino Recreation Area! Just eleven miles from Redwood Valley, this spot is pretty pawpular with local dog owners, and it’s easy to see why -- there are over 15 miles of pup-friendly walking trails here, shaded by majestic, mature oak trees. You two can hike up into the hills or take a leisurely stroll around the gorgeous, serene lake. Speaking of the lake -- four-legged friends are allowed on the beach, as long as they’re leashed. Remember to bring your own bags and water, and look up a trail map before you go!
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    Population Density 24/sq mi

    #5 Mendocino National Forest


    If you and your pup are looking to get back to nature, Mendocino National Forest is a pawfect place to do it! The forest itself is huge -- covering over 900,000 acres, it’s the only national forest in California not to be crossed by a major road or highway, so it’s an ideal place to truly get lost in the wilderness. (Do look up a map, though. No one wants to get quite that lost!) There’s truly a trail here for every age and ability, and the scenery varies from forest to canyon to river to lake. Make sure to bring enough food, bags and water to last the trip!

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