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Dog Areas in Vacaville

1 Park
5 Eateries
15 Groomers

It’s tough being cooped up all day. Whether you’re a pup, a child, or even an adult, a change of scenery is sometimes just needed. If you’re feeling for a change of tempo, leash up your pooch, grab some snacks for the kiddos, and then head on out to Pena Adobe Dog Park. Pena Adobe is a fenced-in dog park that has lots of trees and a few water fountains. Just a few skips away is a playground for older kids and a “tot lot” for the little ones. Dogs must be on their leashes at all times.

Another fun-for-the-whole-family park is North Orchard Park. North Orchard Park is located on North Orchard Drive (fitting, right?), and it has amenities for everyone: playground for the kids, a half-court basketball court, tennis courts, and a multi-purpose field for the athletic folks, a walking path lit with streetlamps in the evening, and a doggie waste station to make cleaning up after your pup a breeze. Dogs must be on their leashes and cleaned up after.

Hawkins Park is a dog-friendly park located on Summerfield Drive. There are quite a few trees on the side of the park closest to the road, but all other areas of the park can get quite warm, so mornings and evenings are the best times to visit this park if the sun is scorching. A half-court basketball court, a few tennis courts, a big-kid playground, a toddler’s playground, and free poop bags are just a few of the luxuries this park offers. Again, dogs must be on their leashes and cleaned up after.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Vacaville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 448/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Vacaville

    Vacaville’s City Center neighborhood doesn’t have any parks specific for dogs, but your pooch is welcome on his leash at Andrews Park, with over 17 acres of outdoor fun to enjoy! The park provides beauty throughout the year, and its picnic areas, walking trails, and open grassy areas are perfect for outdoor adventures from spring to fall. Los Reyes and Pure Grain Bakery are two local eateries that welcome furry friends to hang out and have a bite. In City Center, you can even get Fido’s teeth cleaned the safe, natural way at The Natural Pet Tooth Fairy, which is anesthesia-free.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,724/sq mi

    #2 Rancho Del Mar

    If you drive 25 minutes west of Vacaville, you’ll come to Rancho Del Mar, a barktastic neighborhood in American Canyon. The American Canyon Dog Park is in the neighborhood, and your dog is sure to love the grassy and fenced-in area to run unleashed. And, owners will love that the park comes complete with doggie water fountains and clean-up bags! Nearby, you can hop on one of the Dog Friendly Wine Tours to explore the local beauty of gorgeous wineries. This neighborhood even has DogVacay services if you ever need to go somewhere without your pup. She’ll be in good paws with vetted and insured dog sitters!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 659/sq mi

    #3 North Napa

    About 35 minutes northwest of Vacaville is North Napa in the city of Napa, CA. Napa is known for its extensive wineries and creating some of the best wines in the country, and many of the wineries come from the North Napa area. So, relax and spend a day exploring dog-friendly wineries in North Napa! Robert Sinskey Vineyards welcomes dogs on their leash outdoors to explore the gorgeous surroundings of the vineyards and you can even book private tastings. Baldacci Family Vineyards even allows pooches in the tasting room! And Monticello Vineyards comes complete with a staff of pet lovers that will welcome your canine companion with open arms.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,976/sq mi

    #4 South Napa

    On the southern end of Napa is the South Napa area, about a 25-minute drive from Vacaville. This area is nestled on the outskirts of the city center, but still close enough to enjoy everything it offers for you and your pup. Rover can have a pup-tastic adventure at Kennedy Park, which has an off-leash dog park area for him to explore and socialize. He’s free to have fun in the rest of the 350-acre park, too! Keep him leashed to go for a walk or jog, take a dip in the water, and visit kids on the playground. When his belly starts to growl, head over to In-N-Out Burger, where you can order a plain beef patty for him to snack on.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,691/sq mi

    #5 Cordelia

    The Cordelia neighborhood of Fairfield, CA is about 20 minutes southwest of Vacaville. At the Cordelia Community Dog Park, your dog can play off her leash in the designated area for her size. The park provides clean restrooms, clean-up bags, and water for pups. There are even some fun hills for big dogs and doggie playground equipment. At the main park, your dog is also welcome on her leash. The beautiful park has unique landscapes and scenery, sporting fields, playgrounds, a skate park, group picnic areas and pavilions, and more. She’s sure to go mutts enjoying the outdoors and making new friends along the way!
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