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Dog Areas in Sonora

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1 Trail
2 Eateries

You will find the pawsome puptown of Sonora in Tuolumne County, California. This is a puptastic place for pooches since there are outdoor recreational activities and dog friendly places you can enjoy! To keep your pup in good health, there are seven veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Sonora that you can visit.

One of the best places for enjoying some exercise in Sonora is the Dragoon Gulch Trail! Here you can follow the sniff-tastic trails for tails around the Mother Lode’s Oak Woodlands. This loop is around 2.5 miles long, which is perfect for stretching your and your pup’s legs. Your furry friend will love to explore and investigate all of the scents and sights of nature, and you can enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and woodlands.

Another furrific spot in Sonora where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll with your beloved canine is Courthouse Square. Wander around the walking path for some exercise with your pup and let your pooch roll and roam on the grass. The trees provide some shade here, and there are benches where you can chill out and relax.

Come and have some fun in Sonora with your doggo!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sonora

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 983/sq mi

    #1 Browns Flat


    Every pooch loves his or her daily exercise; so, when you are in Sonora, you should visit the Woods Creek Rotary Park! This is a pawsome spot in town where you can stretch your pup’s legs. There is plenty of open green grass for playing fetch with a ball or Frisbee, as well as practicing your furry friend’s training. There is also plenty of trees for your canine to investigate and to provide shade when it is sunny outside. Other furrific amenities at Woods Creek Rotary Park include a playground for the kids, a baseball field and picnic tables for enjoying a treat.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,039/sq mi

    #2 Sonora City Center


    If you are visiting Sonora and are looking for a dog friendly place to stay with your furry friend, check into the Heritage Inn! You are welcome to bring two beloved pooches with you weighing up to 80 lbs for a small additional fee per night. All rooms are comfortable and modern, and your pup is sure to feel at home. Puptastic amenities at the Heritage Inn include a continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi and a heated pool and spa that you can enjoy during the summer. Be sure to arrange your room in advance to avoid disappointment! 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 554/sq mi

    #3 Columbia/ Cedar Ridge


    A puptastic place to grab a bite to eat is Columbia Kate’s Teahouse. This is a pawsome place to relax and bring your pooch for some tasty teas and sweet treats. There is a choice of bakery bites, such as macaroons, pecan pie, cheesecake and scones. With four outdoor tables, you and your pup can spend some quality time together! If you are travelling and want to stay in Sonora,check out the Marble Quarry RV Park. Here you can enjoy being in nature and camping outside under the stars, or you can rent a cabin with your canine. There are lots of trees for your pooch to investigate here, and dog waste bags in case you furgot your own. All pups can be top dog here, as long as they remain on leash.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 451/sq mi

    #4 East Sonora


    If you are looking for a pawsome place to eat with your beloved companion, head to the Standard Pour when you are in Sonora. This place serves up some furrific sandwiches and burgers, as well as refreshing beverages. There is also a puptastic patio that is dog friendly where your doggo can sit with you and enjoy the fresh air – bone-a-petit! For comfortable accommodation, stay at the Best Western Plus Oaks Hotel & Conference Center. This place is dog friendly and offers comfortable rooms for you and two pups weighing up to 80 lbs for a small additional fee per night. 

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    Population Density 1,654/sq mi

    #5 Jamestown City Center


    For a pawsome day out with your pooch, jump in the car and head south of Sonora to Jamestown. Here you will find the Railtown 1897 Historic Park, where you and your pooch can enjoy looking at the old steam engines and learning about history. What’s more, you can enjoy a train ride with your furry friend! If you get hungry, eat at The Service Station with your pooch. Here you can tuck into some quesadillas, BLTs and burgers, and enjoy a nice seat outside. Your pup is welcome to sit with you and watch the world go by.

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