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Dog Areas in Suisun City

10 Parks
1 Trail
8 Shops
1 Eatery
6 Groomers

Suisun City is in the middle of a natural wetland area and provides a lively metropolitan area around the Suisun Slough. The city was named after the Suisun People, a Native American tribe that inhabited the area. The town's motto is "Discover The Experience," and with Fido by your side, you can discover a fun and dog-friendly experience filled with parks, trails, and 2 animal hospitals.

In the center of the city is the Waterfront Paw Park, right on the water of the Suisun Slough. The area is a wooded area, with trails and a small beach on the south side of the park that leads to the water. Dogs are not required to be on a leash, but the park is not fenced-in, and you will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags to the park.

The Quail Glen Park is the largest park in the city, with nearly 20 acres of green space lined with trees and shrubs. Inside the park is an open green field, surrounded by a paved trail, a playground, basketball courts, restrooms, picnic tables, and a pavilion. Pups can run around and play while they remain on a leash, and have access to additional features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Suisun City is a cozy area surrounded by desert and wetlands but filled with gorgeous dog-friendly parks and hospitality.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Suisun City

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,043/sq mi

    #1 Old Town

    Old Town is a central neighborhood in the city of Suisun City, which surrounds the Suisun Slough. Right on the water's edge is Mike Day Memorial Park. The park is a pretty green space with views of the water, providing human and pups with features like open space, shaded sitting areas, a playground, benches, and trash bins. Although small dogs are welcome inside the park and can run around while they remain on a leash, or go for a nice walk on the park's paved path. That paved path connects to the Suisun Slough Trail, a greenway that follows along the water. The path is dog-friendly to leashed pups, made from concrete, and extends 1.5 miles around the slough.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,261/sq mi

    #2 Whispering Bay

    The neighborhood of Whispering Bay is a pretty residential neighborhood east of the Suisun Slough, offering up bustling streets and pretty views of the slough. In the center of the neighborhood is Todd Park, a favorite dog and human-friendly park. The park is made up of a vibrant grassy terrain, with a paved path that encompasses the open area. The path is .4-miles long and provides access to features like benches, water fountains, shade, and a small stadium. Dogs can play, walk on the trail, or picnic with their human on the grass, but you will need to remember to bring clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 396/sq mi

    #3 Heritage Park South

    Heritage Park South is a busy neighborhood with rows of residential homes packed in together. Among the filled community is a place just for pups known as Cloverleaf Estates Dog Park. The dog park is a beautiful open space, with trees lining the edges and a grassy field in the middle, encompassed by a paved walkway. The path is .4-miles and connects to a ball field, benches, picnic tables, and bleachers to relax on. Dogs are allowed to play off leash inside the park, but must be careful as the park is not fenced-in. Connecting to the park is Heritage Park, a place named after the neighborhood that provides an entirely forested area to play, walk, and sit. There's a playground, a paved trail, picnic tables, a basketball court, and a pavilion. Additional Fido will have access to water fountains and benches, but need to be on a leash inside this park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,666/sq mi

    #4 Sunset Ave/ Pintail Dr

    The neighborhood of Sunset Avenue and Pintail Drive is on the east side of the city, known for its busy school districts and residential homes. A large park known as Carl E Hall Park is located here and provides residents with a place to relax outside or go for a walk. The park has an ample green space, lined with tall oak trees and shrubs around the southern border of the park. Inside the area, there is a ballfield, a playground, a paved path, benches, and water fountains. McCoy Creek Path is close to the park and is a great place to go for a short walk with your pup. The trail is a straight line that extends .4 miles along McCoy Creek. Dogs need to be on a leash inside both areas.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,795/sq mi

    #5 Suisun City Center

    The Suisun City Center is a lively neighborhood filled with homes, busy streets, and an active shopping district. Despite the busy area, dogs can still find a great place to get outside at the Lawler Ranch Park where there are acres of open space and an encircling trail inside a partially fenced-in space. Dogs can play in the open fields or take a walk along the .6-mile trail, although they have to remain on a leash while doing so. Other features of the park include two playgrounds, a picnic area with 5 tables, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The McCoy Creek Park is another dog-friendly park inside the city, providing a rural area to play and walk on along the creek. Although the park is pretty quiet and good for relaxing in a nice grassy area, you will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags for your pooch.
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