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Dog Areas in San Gregorio

San Gregorio is an unincorporated community in San Mateo County, California, located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Unfortunately, there are not many dog-friendly places in the immediate area. But don't fret -- you'll find plenty of dog-friendly fun in Half Moon Bay, just ten miles away.s

At Poplar Beach, pets are welcome to hang out and join you! This is supposed to be an on-leash beach, but visitors don't always follow the rules, so be prepared for dogs to be off-leash.The trail down to the beach is steep but manageable. This gravel and dirt path can be slick, so watch your step! Near the beach is an area for paid parking that accepts credit cards. There is no running water at the beach, so be sure to bring some with you.

Sam's Chowder House is a beautiful local establishment nestled on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Half Moon Bay. Sam’s offers stunning sunsets, true oceanfront outdoor dining, and a casual and authentic seafood experience reminiscent of an East Coast style seafood house. Sam’s welcomes well-behaved pups on the back patio on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you’re looking for authentic British food and many options of beers, then Cameron's Restaurant should be on your list. Enjoy tasty pub eats such as clam chowder, bangers and mash, pesto chicken, and meatloaf with mashed potatoes. Dogs are welcome on their shaded patio. They have a cool watering station with water and dog bowls for your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Gregorio

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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #1 Half Moon Bay

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    Pack up your car and bring your pup to Half Moon Bay, which is about 11 miles north of San Gregorio. Take a walk or jog along the coastside trail and enjoy the ocean breezes. Dogs are permitted on the trail and in the campground. Just be sure to keep your pooch on a leash no longer than 6 feet and to pick up any waste. For some off-leash time with other furry friends, take your pal to Half Moon Bay Dog Park. After a day of hiking and playtime, grab a quick bite and some refreshment at Half Moon Bay Coffee Company in town. This establishment welcomes canine companions at the outdoor tables.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #2 Pescadero

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    If you want to enjoy some beach time with your pooch, head to Bean Hollow State Beach in Pescadero. Spend some time walking along the rocky shore with Fido. You can explore the tide pools and do some beachcombing for special treasures. Take the Arroyo del los Frijoles nature trail from the north side of the beach and hike along the ocean bluffs down to Pebble Beach. Dogs are welcome to accompany their owners at Bean Hollow Beach and on the trail provided they are on a leash that’s up to 6 feet long. The community of Pescadero is about seven miles south of San Gregorio.
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    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #3 Butano Park

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    Go on a pupcredible camping adventure with Fido when you head down the coast to the secluded community of Butano Park. The Ben Ries Campground in Little Butano Creek Canyon at Butano State park allows dogs in the developed areas, along paved roads, and in the campsite. Savor sleeping among the redwoods with your pooch on the canyon floor of this peaceful wilderness. Your canine pal needs to be kept on a leash up to 6 feet long during the day and confined in your vehicle or tent at night. Butano Park is located just 13.5 miles southeast of San Gregorio.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,619/sq mi

    #4 El Granada

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    The neighborhood of El Granada, about 14 miles north of San Gregorio, is a pawtastic neighborhood for you and your pooch to explore. Start by heading to Pillar Point Harbor and let Fido swim and play on the beach. After splashing around in the water, take your pooch up to Pillar Point Bluff and walk the Jean Lauer Trail, where you can take in the amazing view of the Pacific Ocean. Make sure you keep your furry pal on a leash and clean up any waste. After spending the day on the beach and bluff, head over to Moss Beach Distillery. This dog-friendly establishment has a heated patio where you and your special pal can watch the sunset as you sample items from the menu for both humans and canines.
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    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #5 Portola Valley

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    If you’re looking for some inland adventure with your pup, head 20 miles southeast of San Gregorio to Portola Valley. This rural community is home to over 36 miles of paved and unpaved trails as well as seven open spaces. Dogs are welcome on most trails provided they are kept on a leash. You and Fido can explore the forests and grassy ridges in the Windy Hill Open Space Preserve, or you can head over to Schilling Lake in the Thornewood Open Space Preserve and get catch a glimpse of migrating waterfowl. After getting some exercise in these wilderness areas, head to Alice’s Restaurant on Skyline Blvd for some Texas-style barbecue. This establishment has pup-friendly outdoor seating under the redwoods.
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