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Dog Walking in Soledad

Soledad is located in the Salinas Valley, only 25 miles southeast of Salinas. Backed by mountains to the east and west, this small town is known as the Salad Bowl of the World, thanks to the area's advanced agricultural region. Regardless of whether you and your pup enjoy an excellent leafy diet or a meaty one, you and Fido will be welcome in the city, and be offered multiple places to play and walk,. There is also 1 dedicated animal hospital within Soledad.

The Jesse Gallardo Park is the most visited in the city, and despite its dirt and sandy terrain, the park offers wonderful features for you and Fido. Check out the fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, open space, a playground, and a picnic shelter. Whether you want to play, eat in the shade, or go for a walk, the park is open to all leashed pups and has nighttime lights, water fountains, and benches too.

The Blas Santana Park is a vibrant and lively park with a fresh green lawn and recreational fields to enjoy. Your pup can play in the open space, walk along the paved walkways, or enjoy some off-leash time in the enclosed tennis courts, basketball court, or soccer field as long as no teams are playing. Afterwards, head out to grab some water at the water fountains, sit near the playground, or just enjoy some lunch under the shade at a picnic table or bench.

Not only is the area known for these parks, but Soledad has some other great dog-friendly parks, like Peverini Park and Bill Ramos Park for Fido to run around in and enjoy their stay in the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Soledad

Vosti

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Population Density
5,745 per sq. mi.

Vosti

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The Vosti residential area is an active community with vibrant parks and busy streets on the south side of the city. Named after the neighborhood, Vosti Park is a pretty park with space, shaded sitting areas, and a fenced-in soccer field. The soccer field has benches on the inside, with a gate to keep it closed off, but is also dog-friendly to pups to play off-leash when no teams are playing. Outside of the soccer field, there are additional benches, a picnic area, a playground, water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights. Ramirez Park is another park in the neighborhood that is usually much quieter with less activity, despite some perfect features like an open field, a paved walkway, a playground, benches, and water fountains. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside the park though.

Southwest Soledad

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Population Density
6,745 per sq. mi.

Southwest Soledad

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Central Soledad is a bustling neighborhood thanks to its downtown area, shopfronts, and shopping district for residents. Inside the area are still some paw-fect parks though, like the Cesar Chavez Park which offers residents a strip of narrow grassy land, with trees, and a paved walkway along it. Dogs don't even have to be on a leash at the park, and can enjoy benches, street lights along the walkway, and water fountains. For more room to run around and play, take Fido on up to Little League Park in the center of the community. The park has a fenced-in baseball field, with restrooms, a pavilion, and bleachers to sit around while your pup plays off-leash. On the outside, there's a playground, water fountains, benches, and extra open space to play in while your pup is on a leash.

Vista de Soledad

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Population Density
7,577 per sq. mi.

Vista de Soledad

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Rockrose is a packed urban community with rows of residential homes, backed by the vast farming fields to the west and north. Veterans Memorial Park is a park on the corner of the park, with a unique area to play in. There's a large open space to run, play, or picnic in, with a looping paved walkway that goes around it and connects to extra features of the park like a playground, a soccer field, a pavilion, picnic tables, benches, and water fountains. The Joe O. Ledesma Park is another cozy park inside the area, offering a small place to play in with vibrant grass, a small encircling paved walkway, and a playground. Dogs can enjoy water fountains and benches but have to remain on a leash inside both parks.

Central Soledad

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Population Density
10,517 per sq. mi.

Central Soledad

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Santa Barbara Park is a bustling suburban community on the north side of the city's downtown area. The actual park,Santa Barbara Park, offers up a closed off field squished between houses, with an encompassing paved field, picnic tables, benches, and water fountains. Santa Barbara Park also offers lots of room to play in, run in, or walk around while your pup is on a leash. If the park is too crowded for you and Fido, head to the San Antonio Park, which offers another small area to play in. Around the field is a concrete path that loops around it, with benches to sit in and trash bins available to leashed dogs.

Pinnacles National Park

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Population Density
2 per sq. mi.

Pinnacles National Park

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Although it's only 10 miles from Soledad, the Pinnacles National Park area is home to a large natural park with a dog-friendly atmosphere and lots of hiking adventures. The Pinnacles National Park has over 15,985 acres to offer residents of Soledad, from forested trails, open desert views, and an ancient volcanic field to explore with caves and condors. Although the park is known for its geological sights, you and Fido will fall in love with the area thanks to its vast network of trails, offering dirt and crushed stone paths that extend up to 5 miles throughout the park. Along the tracks are rest areas with benches, picnic areas, and trash bins that are dog-friendly. Dogs also do not have to be on a leash on some of the trails, as long as they are verbally controlled.