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Dog Areas in Squaw Valley

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Squaw Valley, California is one of the state’s most popular ski destinations, so outdoor enthusiasts will probably love the area! There aren’t any vet clinics in Squaw Valley, but there are quite a few in nearby towns like Truckee and Tahoe City.

For some paw-friendly fun and attractions, you should also expect a little bit of traveling if you live in Squaw Valley. Olympic Valley is the closest spot, which is only about five miles from the main area of Squaw Valley. Grab a bite to eat at Fireside Pizza or Mamasake Sushi, both of which have dog-friendly seating outdoors.

Head to Burton Creek State Park in Tahoe City, a fun spot that’s just about 15 miles away from Squaw Valley. Your outdoor-loving dog will enjoy roaming the trails designated for dogs on their leash. Tahoe Cross Country is also a puptacular spot where adventurous dogs and their owners can get some ski time in! The company allows dogs on designated ski trails.

South Lake Tahoe will take you longer to get to than some closer spots, but it’s also packed with dog-friendly restaurants, state parks that allow leashed dogs (like Emerald Bay State Park, which allows leashed pups in the camping areas!), and even a beach for water-loving pups. If outdoor fun is your thing, you’ll find plenty to do near Squaw Valley with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Squaw Valley

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    Population Density 39/sq mi

    #1 Olympic Village

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    Just a few miles down the road from Squaw Valley is Olympic Village in Olympic Valley. This is a great place for dog owners to visit for some one-of-a-kind fun. The Squaw Valley Aerial Tram is here, which will take you and your pup down the mountain for free after you make your way up there (or you can take a round-trip on the tram!). Along the trail, your dog can hop into Shirley Lake for a place to cool off. Olympic Village is also the home of a pet-friendly outdoor shopping area with restaurants and even some water bowls for dogs. 

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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #2 West River Road

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    About 8 miles away from Squaw Valley is West River Road in Tahoe City. This area sits near the water and a large golf course and is the pawfect spot for some nice weather and relaxation with your dog. Choose from one of a few dog-friendly restaurants with beautiful water views, like Jake’s on the Lake, which has everything from seafood to tacos. The Blue Agave has Mex-American dishes and some outdoor seating for your pup. Or, forget relaxing and take an adventure with your dog by renting a raft from Truckee River Rafting for a self-guided tour of the gorgeous waters. 

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    Population Density 283/sq mi

    #3 Spring Creek

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    Spring Creek in South Lake Tahoe is a little over 30 miles from Squaw Valley, but this area will provide hours of adventure for you and your fun-loving dog. If your pup loves the water as much as you, then don’t miss Kiva Beach, a dog-friendly beach that allows leashed dogs to play in the sand and splash in the water. Camp Richardson is also in the neighborhood, and your dog is sure to go mutts for everything it provides! From camping to boating, this place has it all, and your well-behaved, leashed dog is welcome to join you in most areas. 

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    Population Density 2,141/sq mi

    #4 Al Tahoe

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    Al Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe is about 37.2 miles from Squaw Valley. This neighborhood has some paw-friendly hotels available if you’re just visiting. The Bijou Community Park is definitely a place you’ll want to visit with your pup, especially the dog park within! The fenced-in area has separate spaces for large and small dogs and lots of space to play. The park itself allows leashed dogs and offers plenty of open space, picnic areas, sporting fields, and more. Hungry? Check out some dog-friendly restaurants here, like Sprouts Café, which has outdoor seating that welcomes dogs to join their owners for a meal.  

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    Population Density 344/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Truckee

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    The Downtown area of Truckee is a little under 12 miles from Squaw Valley. You’ll find some pup-friendly restaurants here with outdoor seating to enjoy a meal with your dog during nice weather. Moody’s is a local favorite that offers bistro-style foods in a fun and relaxing atmosphere with some great music. If your dog wants more adventure, Downtown Truckee has that, too! Check out the Truckee River Regional Park, which has acres upon acres of open space, trails, and more. Your leashed pup is welcome to join you as you explore the area and enjoy some outdoor time in Truckee. 

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