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Dog Areas in Salida, CA

Salida is an area of California with a population of around 14,000 people, and one thing it's commonly known for is being a popular producer of almonds! Salida is also a great place to live and raise a family, and there are great schools and recreation opportunities in the area. There are also restaurants in town to please every palate, and plenty of other entertainment options for the whole family. Downtown Salida is a beautiful, tree-lined area that also has a walking trail through it, and this is just one dog-friendly spot in the area you'll enjoy exploring.

Dry Creek Trail is a six-mile asphalt trail that's only ten miles southeast of Salida, in eastern Modesto, California. This trail is used for biking, inline skating, running, and on-leash dog walking. Dry Creek Trail begins in downtown Modesto and stretches across several neighborhoods and through a variety of vegetation, so you're likely to come across birds and other wildlife along the way. Dry Creek Trail was created from a once abandoned railway line, and it was converted into a trail for public use. This trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails made from unused railway lines that span across America. If you're seeking an off-leash activity to enjoy with your dog around Salida, there are plenty of those just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Salida, CA

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    Population Density 5,937/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Stockton

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    Stockton is a city in California that's just about 20 miles north of Salida. In the northwestern quadrant of Stockton sits the Barkleyville Dog Park at Feather River Park. This new, four-acre park has three separate sections for dogs to enjoy: one is for dogs under 20 pounds, another is for bigger dogs, and the third section is an agility area where dogs of all sizes can try their paw at an obstacle. The park provides visitors with water fountains for their dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating. Barkleyville is open daily from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset, and it even has lighting for nighttime use.
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    Population Density 412/sq mi

    #2 Central Lathrop

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    The Lathrop Dog Park in Lathrop, California is 20 miles northwest of Salida. You'll find this off-leash park in the center of Lathrop, and this park includes two separate areas for dogs of different sizes. The large dog area includes some agility equipment, and both sections have water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and benches. This is the only off-leash dog park in Lathrop, and it's free to use. People from around California make the drive to this park to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and all of the green grass for your dog to play in. Lathrop Dog Park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
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    Population Density 7,508/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Stockton

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    The Paul E. Weston Park is 20 miles north of Salida on the southwestern tip of Stockton. This peaceful public park has sports fields, tennis and basketball courts, playground, picnic facilities, a walking trail, and even its own enclosed off-leash space! The Weston Park Dog Park doesn't separate dogs by size, so be prepared for your dog to interact with a variety of dog breeds of different sizes. There's a double-gated entry system to the dog park for added security, and there are water fountains for dogs and humans at the park, too. Remember to bring your own doggy bags when you visit, because they aren't provided by the park.
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    Population Density 301/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Turlock

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    Turlock is a city in California that's about 20 minutes southeast of Salida. In the southeastern corner of Turlock, there's a place called Sunnyview Park. This park has lots of green space, a playground, and an off-leash dog park. The Sunnyview Dog Park includes big and small dog sections, and there are water fountains and waste disposal supplies at the park. This dog park tends to be quiet, but there are usually at least a few other dogs for yours to play with. If your dog finds really busy dog parks too overwhelming, the Sunnyview Dog Park is a good choice to keep your dog calm!
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    Population Density 4,503/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Oakdale

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    The southwestern corner of Oakdale, California is 15 miles from Salida, and this is where you can find the Oakdale Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is open daily from 6 AM to dusk, and it includes big and small dog sections. Each side of the park has a double-gated entry system for added security and to prevent escape artist pups from making a break for it. You'll also find doggy water fountains in each area, and there are waste disposal items available as well. Dogs who visit this park must be registered and vaccinated, and you may be required to show proof, but there is no fee to enter.
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