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Dog Areas in Sonoma

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Located in northern California in the epicenter of the Sonoma Valley wine region, Sonoma is a city with a lot more to offer than just wine, although the wine is indeed a great reason to visit! Sonoma has a population of just over 11,000, but thousands of people visit every year to sample all that Sonoma has to offer. The mild climate in Sonoma makes it a nice city to be a pet owner because you won't have to worry freezing your paws off in the winter. There are also a handful of veterinary offices in Sonoma to help keep your beloved dog healthy and happy. 

To get a taste, and a sniff, of all that Sonoma has to offer, be sure to visit one of their world-renowned wineries. Many Sonoma wineries are dog-friendly, and that includes the Ravenswood Winery in northeastern Sonoma. You can explore the grounds and even visit the tasting room with Rover at your side, as long as he is on a leash. No trip to Sonoma is complete without a trip to a winery, and the only thing that could make wine tasting in Sonoma even better is getting to do it with your four-legged family members, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sonoma

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,609/sq mi

    #1 El Verano

    Just west of Sonoma lies the small community of El Verano, California. El Verano is a quiet town with warm weather, lovely scenery, and many families who love living in beautiful wine country. There are many dog owners in this area, and they often meet at Ernie Smith Community Regional Park. This fenced-in dog park is a place dogs can run free and burn off energy while they meet and interact with other dogs. There is also a playground nearby, as well as sports fields and other recreational activities. You will also find many walking paths and a wetland preservation in the park's vicinity.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 300/sq mi

    #2 West Side

    West Side is a large community in Sonoma with plenty of green space and parks for you to explore with your dog. This is a good area for hiking and walking, and it is also where you can access the Sonoma Bike Path. Part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy non-profit program, the Sonoma Bike Path was once a railway line, but it was turned into a trail that is great for not only riding bikes but also for walking dogs. This trail is part of a network of trails that spans nation-wide, and it's an excellent way to explore American cities.
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 701/sq mi

    #3 Waterfront

    Petaluma is just a 20-minute drive from Sonoma, and although it's a small town, it has many activities for dogs and dog owners. One such activity in the Waterfront neighborhood of Petaluma is the Rocky Memorial Regional Dog Park. This 9-acre park is not fenced in, but it is far from roads and very spacious. If your pooch is particularly energetic, they'll really love all of the room to run and play at this Petaluma park. While this park doesn't have a fence on the perimeter or separate sections for dogs of different sizes, there is enough room for everyone to play nicely.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,238/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Napa

    Napa is another city synonymous with Wine Country, and it's a very short drive from the city of Sonoma. Northwest Napa is a beautiful part of the city with lots of sniff-tastic greenery to explore and plenty of open space to run and play. One of the best places to do this in Northwest Napa is at Alston Park. Dogs and humans alike appreciate that this park has flat trails to walk and hills to climb. This vast nature preserve has a fenced dog area with both on-leash and off-leash sections. There is also agility equipment, water, toys, and doggy doo-doo bags to keep the park clean.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 300/sq mi

    #5 South Boyes Springs

    Boyes Springs is an area of Sonoma famous for its warm and inviting hot springs, which are one of three hot springs in the area. The springs were first discovered in 1895,  and before long, the area was a premier health resort where wealthy Californians would visit. Many still visit the hot springs today, but Boyes Springs is now much more than a health resort area. In South Boyes Springs, you'll find what many call the best Mexican food in all of Sonoma County at El Molino. This popular restaurant has outdoor picnic tables that are dog-friendly, so your pooch can stay by your side while you dig into enchiladas, tacos, nachos Verdes or any of their other tasty meals.
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