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Dog Areas in Truckee

8 Parks
1 Trail
8 Eateries
5 Groomers
Truckee is located in the mountains of Lake Tahoe near the Donner Pass. This great vacation spot gets the normal California heat in the summer, but has snowy and cold winters. Offering delicious restaurants and pawsome parks, as well as three veterinarians in Truckee, your pup will love hanging out in Truckee with you. 

Grab a bite to eat at Moody's if you and Fido are feeling a bit famished. Moody's dishes out a varied menu that includes small plates in an intimate atmosphere. Old Town Tap has an array of different beverages that Fido can enjoy with a menu that includes pizza and salad. Both of these dogtastic restaurants have a pet friendly patio so Fido can join you for your meal.

Get out and about with your pup at the Meadow Park which features two small ball fields, a grass area, restrooms, and a playground. Surrounded by trees and filled with grass, your pup is going to love hanging out at this park with you. The Shoreline Park offers a fishing bank, pincic tables, and plenty of shade for you and your pup to relax. You dog will love exploring this wooded park with you by his side.

With the lovely parks and great options to eat at, Truckee is a must go place on your bucket list with Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Truckee

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 380/sq mi
    The Truckee River Regional Park is a pawsome 62-acres that is filled with nature trails and picnic areas that you and your leashed dog can enjoy. This pawrific park also has a playground and disc golf course that is nestled under tons of trees to keep everyone shaded. If you and your pup are in a bit of a hurry, make sure to check out the Legacy Trail for a short walk. The 0.8-mile trail winds you through the park and gives you a lovely view of the Truckee River. After a fun day out, stop into the Cottonwood Restaurant and Bar for a bite to eat. They dish out Cajun inspired food with a dog friendly patio.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #2 Prosser Lake Heights

    The Prosser Lake Heights neighborhood is home to the Fifty Fifty Brewing Company. This craft brewery offers over a dozen beers on tap and has a great menu that includes some American classics. The staff is super friendly to your pup and even offers fresh, cold water for your pup to enjoy. The dog friendly patio is huge and gives your dog more then enough room to relax without feeling too crowded. After a tasty meal, head out to the Pioneer Trail to get a good walk in with your furry pal. The trail will take you along Prosser Creek, but be aware that sometimes the water can be high.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 962/sq mi

    #3 Meadow Lake Park

    The Bill Rose Park is the perfect park to take Fido to for a nice walk and day out. The park is filled with trees to help keep everyone cool, plus it offers a playground, benches, and a nice walking trial. If you and Fido want to enjoy a nice picnic, this pawsome park offers a picnic area that includes BBQS. After a day out at the park, stop into Wild Cherries Coffee House and enjoy a delicious breakfast with your furry pal. Their outdoor patio welcomes you pup, and the two of you can enjoy a muffin before continuing on your day.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 380/sq mi

    #4 Ponderosa Fairway Estates

    If you and Fido are looking to hang out and relax, head into the Truckee River Winery for a relaxing day out together. This dogtastic winery offers beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks for your enjoyment. If you get a bit hungry while you are there, they also offer food. The winery features tons of outdoor games that you and Fido can play while hanging out, including corn hole and bocce ball. Your dog is welcome to join you for a glass of wine and even get their out doggy treats while visiting.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 245/sq mi

    #5 Armstrong

    The Donner Memorial State Park is a lovely park that offers picnicking, boating, fishing, and hiking. The park is open from sunrise until sunset, giving you and Fido plenty of time to hike and explore together. With over 8-miles of hiking trails to travel along, your dog will love getting a good walk in at this park. If Fido wants to get his feet a little wet, grab a boat and paddle around Donner Lake together. This park is perfect to visit during any season. In the hot weather, you can enjoy the lake, and during the winter, snow will cover the trails and give you a beautiful area to hike along.
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