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Dog Areas in San Geronimo

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San Geronimo is a remote community in the San Geronimo Valley area of Marin County. This rural town is surrounded by several preserves that allow dogs. When you need to get professional care for your pooch, you'll find a veterinarian in Lagunitas, located about two miles to the west.

Just north of town, you and your canine pal can explore Roy's Redwoods Preserve. This 293-acre facility has a few nature trails that wander through meadows and stands of redwoods mixed with bay trees. If you want to get a panoramic view of the area, hike along Dickson Ridge Fire Road. Dogs are welcome to join you if you keep them under control and you clean up after them.

Take Fido to Cascade Canyon Open Space Preserve and enjoy a hike through nature. Follow the Cascade Fire Road to Cascade Falls Trail through the woods to see some magnificent falls. Dogs can come with you, but they need to be kept on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you.

Go for a hike up one of the highest ridges in Marin County with your fur baby. Head to Loma Alta Open Space Preserve and climb Smith Ridge Fire Road or Sunrise Fire Road to the peak. From here, you'll be able to see pawtastic views of the Bay Area. Dogs can join you but must be under your control at all times. 

Dogs and their owners have ample opportunity to get out and explore nature in the areas around San Geronimo.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Geronimo

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    Population Density 2,443/sq mi

    #1 San Geronimo

    The unincorporated community of San Geronimo is a rural area that's nestled in the San Geronimo Valley. This neighborhood borders a puptastic natural space with a network of trails that you can explore with your furry friend. Hike along the East Sylvestris Fire Road on the Gary Giacomini Open Space Preserve to get a taste of the wilderness. Connect with the San Geronimo Ridge Road to the south and walk among the Dwarf Sargent Cypress trees here. Up to three dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as they're under your complete control and you clean up after them.
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    Population Density 3,525/sq mi

    #2 Woodacre

    Just east of town, the community of Woodacre is a small rural neighborhood with single-family homes and some small businesses. This town is located between forested areas and a few open space preserves. There are trails and natural areas for you and your furry friend to explore here. Check out White Hill Open Space on the east side of town. Follow the Blue Ridge Fire Road in this 390-acre facility. This pathway will take you to the summit of White Hill so that you can catch scenic views of the surrounding areas. You can bring dogs with you if you keep them under your control. Remember to pack water and waste bags for your trip.
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    Population Density 417/sq mi

    #3 Lagunitas

    Just over two miles west of San Geronimo, you'll find Lagunitas. This remote community includes private estates in wooded areas. You and your pooch can take a walk along peaceful country roads here. If you want to get out and explore some rugged country with your special pal, head to French Ranch Open Space Preserve. Follow the French Ranch Fire Road to the ridge that provides views of the valley below. Hike through the forested area and look for wildlife. Dogs are permitted here if you keep them on the road and under your control. Bring plenty of water and waste bags to clean up your pup's waste.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 724/sq mi

    #4 Forest Knolls

    The neighborhood of Forest Knolls, located just west of San Geronimo, is a residential area with private estates, a community playground, and some small businesses. This is a pawtastic area to take a stroll down wooded lanes. One lovely area to take your four-footed pal for a hike is the Maurice Thorner Memorial Preserve. This small open space includes the Thorner Ridge Trail. Enjoy the variety of plant life along the pathway. You can bring dogs here, but they need to remain on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Make sure you immediately clean up any waste left by your pooch.
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    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #5 Shafter

    The unincorporated town of Shafter is located about three miles west of San Geronimo. This remote burg has some private homes that are tucked in forested areas. Here, you can connect to the Cross Marin Trail off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. This is a 5.3-mile multi-use pathway that wanders through groves of redwoods as it follows Lagunitas Creek. Go hiking or jogging with your four-footed companion in this beautiful natural setting. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you on the paved trail, which is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.
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