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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Verdi

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    Population Density 2,012/sq mi

    #1 Hidden Valley

    The small, historic community of Hidden Valley is located about 25 minutes from Verdi, California, and is home to the Link Piazzo Dog Park at Hidden Valley Regional Park. This off-leash, fenced dog park has a secure double-gated entry system for added safety. Here, you’ll find separate areas for small and large dogs, plenty of grass to roll around in, a water fountain, and waste stations. All you need to bring is Fido’s favorite toy! Hidden Valley is just outside Reno, making it the pawfect stop for some off-leash fun on the way into the big city.
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    Population Density 3,751/sq mi

    #2 Virginia Lake

    If you’re looking for a quiet place to enjoy activities both on- and off-leash, Virginia Lake Park is the place to do it! Here, you’ll find a designated dog park which is fenced in two separate sections for large and small breeds. Water, waste bags, agility equipment shade, and seating are all available here, so don’t worry about bringing anything but lots of energy! You may want to bring a leash, though -- the walking trail around the lake is dog-friendly, but your pal will need to wear a leash to explore it with you. There’s also a playground here, so you can enjoy a day at the park with all your kids, fur babies included!
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    Population Density 4,355/sq mi

    #3 University Terrace

    In the quaint residential neighborhood of University Terrace, you’ll find a pawesome park that’s worth barking about! Whitaker Park has an on-site dog park where your pal can get off his leash and play with other canine friends. Picnic tables and waste bags are available here; you’ll just need to bring your own water. Human amenities include sporting courts and a playground for the little ones. This park is located next to a freeway, and locals advise that it can be a little noisy during rush hour.
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    Population Density 860/sq mi

    #4 Sparks City Center


    It will take you a little longer than half an hour to reach Sparks, Nevada, but the drive will be well worth it for Sparks Marina Dog Park! This fenced, off-leash dog park has walking trails, open grassy areas, benches, shade, and -- perhaps most importantly -- a swimming hole where your pup can have a splashin’ good time! Be sure to bring a leash, although locals let their dogs swim in the water without one. Keep a close eye on your dog while he’s in the water, and ensure he responds well to voice commands. Don’t fur-get to bring water and waste bags! Right outside the park, you’ll a few dog-friendly chains as well as an Irish pub in case your bellies start growling after all that play.

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    Population Density 100/sq mi

    #5 Truckee

    If you and your pooch want to enjoy a getaway in nature, Truckee, located approximately half an hour from Verdi, is the place to do it! The Truckee River Regional Park encompasses 62 acres of natural beauty, and is home to some dog-friendly walking trails. Some of the trails are paved, while others are dirt and grass. You can rest or stop for a snack at one of the many picnic areas. You will need to make sure you bring plenty of water with you. Grab your pup’s leash, as dogs need to be on a leash here, and see how many of the trails you can conquer!
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