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Dog Areas in Visalia

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If you live in Visalia, California, you’re no stranger to the area’s many dog-friendly attractions! Whether you’re looking to score some off-leash time in one of Visalia’s fenced-in dog parks, or hit the trails and see glimpses of the surrounding mountains and rivers, you’ll have options to enjoy the day with your four-legged best friend.

The Cody Kelly Bark Park is located in Plaza Park, which features a golf course, two playgrounds, a fishing pond, bike path, horseshoe pits, and so much more. The Bark Park section is fenced in and often full of friendly people and pets! Featuring shade from the hot California sun, a water fountain, tennis balls, and a sanitation station, the Cody Kelly Bark Park has everything you need.

Visalia’s smaller dog park is called the Seven Oaks Bark Park. It does not have separate large and small dog areas like its larger counterpart, but this 1-acre fenced-in park is perfect for dogs of all sizes which might want a less crowded place to play. Sunset Park is also noted for being dog-friendly towards leashed pooches.

For the best hikes in the area, you’ll need to drive out of the city, but the views are well worth it. King’s Canyon is an easy, 4.5-mile trail that offers amazing views of Redwood Canyon, as well as local wildflowers and wildlife. For something longer, try the 13.5-mile Twin Lakes Trail – be sure watch out for bears, and if camping overnight, check out the lakes full of brook trout. One thing’s for sure – your pooch is bound to have a blast in Visalia!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Visalia

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    Population Density 1,293/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

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    Don’t make the faux paw of not visiting downtown Visalia; there’s much to do! If you want to bring Fido along, make sure you check out Pita Kabob, which serves Mediterranean classics such as falafel, kabobs, and gyros. Your dog is more than welcome to dine with you on the outdoor patio, but a leash – and a strong willpower to avoid those adorable puppy-dog eyes – is required. If you just need a quick power-up, check out the nearby Starbucks, which also has a dog-friendly patio. Ask for a “puppoccino” to receive some whipped cream for your pet. Your dog will definitely thank you.
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    Population Density 1,293/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Visalia

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    Northwest Visalia is home to Visalia’s only dog park: Cody Kelly Bark Park. Bring your pet, his favorite toy, and have a ball at this off-leash dog park! If your dog is on the smaller side and gets nervous around larger dogs, you’re in luck; there’s a separate section of the park where small dogs can enjoy some stress-free fun. Other features of the park include benches for pet-owners, running water so that your pet can stay well hydrated, and plenty of shade so that your pet can cool down. Your dog is sure to have a blast!
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    Population Density 1,293/sq mi

    #3 Higby/Loma

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    Located in southern Visalia, this neighborhood is sure to be fun for you and your pet! Dogs are welcome in Mooney Grove Park, which features walking trails, a playground, and a historical village. Admission to the park is six dollars per vehicle, and your dog must remain on a leash at all times. After exploring the park, head over to Panera Bread, where your four-legged fur-iend can join you on the outdoor patio. If Fido’s been a good boy during your day out, don’t let it go to the dogs; swing by the local pet store and grab him a toy or two.
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    Population Density 116/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Exerter

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    Just a 20-minute drive east of Visalia is the town of Exeter, CA, which locals call “small, but charming.” In Exeter is the Exeter Bark Park, a place where your pet companion can have some fun off of his leash. Fido will surely enjoy making some pawesome new friends as he runs around and gets his exercise. With plenty of shade and seating, you and your dog will both enjoy the park. If you want to explore outside of the park, grab your pet’s leash and venture further downtown to enjoy some window shopping at boutiques and antique stores.
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    Population Density 332/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Tulare

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    Twenty minutes south of Visalia is Tulare, CA, where’s there’s plenty of fun to be had by you and your dog. Just outside of downtown is the Tulare Santa Fe Trail, which is an old railroad corridor that’s been converted into a trail for walkers. Grab your dog, his leash, and some water bottles, and head out to explore! If that tires you out, head to the nearby Sonic Drive-In to grab a cold treat for you and your pet. Fido is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio; just make sure to bring a leash. Your dog will thank you!
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