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Dog Areas in San Ramon

San Ramon is a city located in Contra Costa County, approximately 34 miles away from San Francisco. In 2001, San Ramon was officially recognized by the Arbor Foundation as a "Tree City USA", a program which commends cities for practicing sustainable forestry and educating their communities about the importance of trees and forests.

San Ramon is also very dog-friendly, and has lots of amenities which cater to four-footed friends. Among these are a few pet-friendly hotels, including San Ramon Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott San Ramon, and Hyatt House San Ramon. You'll also find pet clinics, emergency services, and even an animal hospital that provides house calls in San Ramon, so you can rest easy knowing that your furry friend is in good hands here.

Be sure to bring your appetite when visiting San Ramon, because it's the pawfect place to dine with your dog! You'll find many dog-friendly restaurants and cafes in town, including Fat Maddie's, Worth Ranch, Cafe Attila, Shish Grill, Ascona Pizza Company at Gale Ranch, and many more! If you're looking for some adventure with your best pal,  visit Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, which is 5,342-acre regional park with so many things to do you won't know where to start!

Whether you're looking to embark on a hiking adventure, stuff your face with some good food, or simply enjoy a little R&R, San Ramon has got you and your beloved pup covered!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Ramon

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    Population Density 3,991/sq mi

    #1 South San Ramon


    If you find yourself in San Ramon and you want to take your precious pup somewhere to exercise and socialize, then you should consider visiting the Del Mar Dog Park. The off-leash park is fully fenced for added security. Visitors say that the park is very clean at all times. There is not much shade in the park, but fresh water and clean water bowls are available. For the human visitors, there are chairs so you can rest while your pup is running around. There is a large dog area and a small dog area, as well as doggie bags and waste stations? What more could you need for the pawfect day? We know -- Fido's favorite toy!

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    Population Density 3,971/sq mi

    #2 Central San Ramon


    Memorial Dog Park is conveniently located in the heart of San Ramon. This off-leash, fenced park has two areas: one for small dogs and another one for large dogs. Although there are trees in the park, there's not much shade here, so you might want to avoid visiting during the hottest times of the day. Pet parents can rest on a bench while they watch their pups play and make new friends with the local dogs. This large park is clean and well-maintained, and you'll find parking nearby as well. You should bring water and waste bags with you, even though these are usually provided.

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    Population Density 4,942/sq mi

    #3 Ponderosa Crossroads


    King Park Dog Park is located a little further away from San Ramon than the other parks we've mentioned. This park is located in the Ponderosa Crossroads neighborhood of Brentwood, around 38 miles out of town. Leashed dogs are welcome in this park. There are picnic tables, basketball courts, a playground, and even a fenced, off-leash area for pups to play, which makes this park the perfect place for every member of the family! Even though the fenced area is not very big, it is pretty clean and the people are very friendly. There are separate areas for small and large dogs, as well as a water fountain, water bowls, and waste bags.

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    Population Density 3,099/sq mi

    #4 Piedmont Pines


    Redwood Regional Park is around 25 miles from San Ramon, and is located in Oakland's Piedmont Pines neighborhood. If you're looking for an adventure in a peaceful, natural setting, look no further! Dogs are allowed on-leash everywhere in the park, and they're even permitted to roam unleashed in the undeveloped areas of the natural recreation area. The trails are shaded, which makes this place the perfect place to escape the summer heat. There is also a creek in the park where your pal can dip his paws on a hot day. Make sure you bring waste bags, water, and snacks, and you’ll be good to go!

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    Population Density 5,809/sq mi

    #5 Central District


    Fremont Central Park Dog Park is around 23 miles away from San Ramon. The small, one-acre park provides maximum security for your beloved pet with a double-gated entrance. There are two separate areas so large and small breeds can play with pooches their own size. The park is covered in Astroturf and provides plenty of waste stations which make it easy to clean up after your canine companion. Picnic tables and benches give pet parents a good place to relax while supervising their furry friends. Children under 8 are not allowed in the dog park.

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