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Dog Areas in Ripon, CA

7 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
1 Groomer
Located in San Joaquin County, Ripon is a small bedroom community that may not look like much, but actually offers some great amenities for you and your pup. North of Modesto, this town along the Stanislaus River is home to amazing parks, a great trail, and a few places to sit down and grab a bite to eat. There is one veterinarian in town that can take a look at Fido whenever you need.

Head out out to the Harvest Acres Park with your furry pal by your side. The park is huge and offers a basketball court, picnic tables, some shade, a playground, and grass for fetch. There is a great walking path around the park that you and your dog can use for a good walk before you head home for the day.

If you need your caffeine fix and Fido is craving something sweet, grab a seat at Starbucks and get yourself a nice cup of coffee, and of course, a puppiccino for your dog. Their outdoor patio welcomes your four legged friend to sit alongside you while you both enjoy your treat from them.

Check into the La Quinta Inn and Suites Manteca-Ripon if you and Fido need a place to rest for a night or two. They welcome your pup to stay the night with you for no additional fee, and you and your dog will be feeling refreshed and ready to go the next day.

With all the great amenities that Ripon has to offer, your dog will love exploring this beautiful town with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ripon, CA

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    Population Density 3,306/sq mi

    #1 Harvest Park

    The Harvest Acres Park is a must visit park with your furry pal. The park boasts great amenities, like a playground, basketball courts, grass for fetch, benches for owners, and plenty of shade. The walking path around the park is perfect to get a walk in with Fido while you are out and about. The park offers picnic tables if you and Fido want to have lunch in the sun, and nearby is a skate park. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you for your pup after your walk, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 426/sq mi

    #2 Ripon Road/ Yosemite Ave

    The Mistlin Sports Park is a lovely 80-acre park that is perfect for a fun day out with your pup. The park features a gazebo, play area, splash pad, and multiple sports fields. This large park has a giant walking path that goes around and throughout the park so Fido can get a fantastic walk in while visiting. This park can be busy at times since it holds sports competitions and is known for a lot of drone flying, so if you dog doesn't like people or weird sounds, you may want to consider a different park. Make sure to bring water with you when you visit.
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    Population Density 206/sq mi

    #3 Stouffer Park

    The Marvis Stouffer Park is a beautiful riverside area to take Fido to for a fun day out. The park offers a scenic nature spot with a picnic pavilion, walking trails that your dog will love, and sports fields. This green space sits on the Stanislaus River, perfect if your dog wants to jump in and cool off after a nice walk. If your dog is looking for a less popular park, head over to the Mistlin Park together. This lovely park offers a covered picnic area, a playground, and a good walking path to use for a walk with Fido.
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    Population Density 2,658/sq mi

    #4 Ripon West

    Hang out in the Ripon West neighborhood with your furry pal and enjoy the plethora of parks the area has. The De Jong Park offers a playground, a few benches, some grass, and a nice walking path that you and your pup can use. Wilma Park is a larger park that has great amenities for you and your pup, like a picnic area, benches with shade, tons of grass, and a playground. Take advantage of the walking path that goes throughout the park and get a good walk on it. Lan Park is a smaller park if Fido isn't a fan of people and offers a playground, some grass, and a good path that you can get a walk in on with your furry pal.
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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #5 Caswell

    Get a great hike in with your furry pal on the Ripon-Stanislaus River Trail. The pawsome trail is 2.8-miles long with a small elevation gain of 236-feet, in an out and back route. This trail is prerfect for first time hikers and their dogs looking to dip their toe into a good hike without going too hard. The trail will take you and your leashed dog past the Caswell River where you both can splash around for a moment if it gets too hot. Most of the trail is covered by trees, giving you and Fido an ample amount of shade while you hike.
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