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Dog Areas in Westlake Village

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The city of Westlake Village, California is a gorgeous mountain town located in the Conejo Valley. Filled with lakes and open spaces, Westlake Village is the outdoor lover's dream, making it a perfect place to soak up the sunshine with Fido in tow.

The closest dog park is just a hop, skip, and a jump away in Thousand Oaks, nearly three miles away from Westlake Village. The Conejo Creek Dog Park is a recent installment, featuring large and small dog areas as well as doggie water fountains and shade trees. Don't need an off-leash area? Westlake Village's local parks (Three Springs Park, Canyon Oaks, Foxfield, Russell Ranch, and Berniece Bennett Park) all welcome leashed dogs.

Westlake Village's location in the Santa Monica Mountains offers access to many scenic trails for those looking to hike. The Cheeseboro Canyon Wildlife Trek is an option for beginners, or those just looking for a short stroll. The 2-mile path offers beautiful views of tall oaks and canyon creeks. The more challenging 7-mile Sandstone Peak Trail takes you to the highest peak in the Santa Monicas, boasting breathtaking vistas.

Of course, no outing to Westlake Village is complete without a stop to the Paramount Ranch, located just a few minutes away in Agoura Hills. A staple for Hollywood westerns, this old movie set resembles an old ghost town, with a Main Street and nearby wilderness hiking trails. On-leash pooches are encouraged to enjoy a stroll through the ranch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Westlake Village

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    Population Density 5,508/sq mi

    #1 Westlake Village


    This central part of the city of Westlake Village has a huge surprise up its sleeve. Slated to be ready by late fall 2017, the Westlake Village Dog Park is bound to be a bark-tastic place to take your furry friend. The finalized plans for this facility include separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs to run and play. Water and cleaning stations will be found conveniently throughout the park. This neighborhood also features Boccacio’s Italian Restaurant, where your dog is as welcome on their outdoor patio as you are. They will even bring him an ice cold water bowl!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,473/sq mi

    #2 First


    While they may not boast the most creative name, the First neighborhood makes up for it with their beautiful Bernice Bennett Park. This park will welcome you and your furry friends. There are dog stations throughout the park trails and open spaces. While the park may not be a fenced-in dog-topia, your dog will love discovering the charming scenery while walking beside you. Leashes are required, and be sure to clean up after him. You wouldn’t want to embarrass your dog in front of his new friends.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,270/sq mi

    #3 Townsgate


    This neighborhood has many must-see spots that will keep your dog’s tail wagging all day! Brent’s Deli on Townsgate Road is a new and noteworthy spot for you and your dog to grab a bite to eat while meeting up with friends. They have ample outdoor seating where your dog is welcome to share a snack with you. They even have special menu items available upon request for your companion.  Minutes away, the San Vicente Cellars welcome you and your dog to join them for a wine tasting experience neither of you will soon forget.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,192/sq mi

    #4 Three Springs

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    Population Density 20,831/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    Thousand Oaks is located a short 4-mile drive north of the Westlake Village area. It is well worth taking the afternoon to visit this pawsome place. Who wouldn’t get excited about a dive called the “Lazy Dog Café”? This place takes the customer service cake whether you have two legs or four. The Thousand Oaks community also features the Conejo Creek Dog Park, where you can picnic, walk, and play all day. They have separate areas for large dogs and small dogs to create a truly wagical experience.

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