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Dog Areas in Willow Creek

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Willow Creek is proud to be a part of the American Viticultural Area in northern California. The place sits within Shasta-Trinity National Forest and offers local wares in organic gardens and wineries. It's a friendly and quite touristy area near Trinity River. You will also find a local pet store and a vet clinic right here -- no need to travel anywhere!

Shasta-Trinity National Forest has an extensive and well-developed network of walking trails -- 13 paths of varying lengths and difficulties, to be exact. If your pup plays well with other species, you can share the trails with horseback riders and cyclists. For spectacular mountain views, head to Sisson-Callahan National Recreation Trail and South Fork National Recreation Trail. Make sure you're prepared with good walking shoes, snacks, water, and waste bags.

Burnt Ranch Campground is a camping site with a self-regulatory station located a few miles south of Trinity Village. It’s a pet-friendly area with 16 camping units and several foot trails to explore. Simple but comfortable, the spot offers a terrific retreat in the heart of Shasta-Trinity National Forest! While it's close to town, the campground has everything you may need, including electricity and drinking water. Pooches are welcome and should be on-leash at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Willow Creek

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    #1 Hoopa Valley

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    Hoopa Valley is a unique area between the confluence of Klamath River and South Fork Trinity River in northern California, 2 miles south of Hoopa. It’s a scenic place with beautiful overlooks of the lower course of Trinity River and the foot of Bald Hill. Conveniently enough, the area is pet-friendly! Here, you'll find Tish Tang Campground, a primitive campground site with plenty of outdoor adventures. Pooches, no matter their size or temperament, should always follow you on-leash. This way, you can camp, hike, explore the woods, and enjoy the marina adventures safely! The area is close to Hoopa’s downtown and the local stores.

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    #2 Fisher

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    Fisher is a coastal neighborhood in McKinleyville, California. The area will charm you with a rural environment and small apartment buildings. Here, you can find places to stroll, shop and dine. Traveling with Fido? Pay a visit to Hiller Park, a fantastic multi-purpose area with a dog park. Some people even see the whole site as an off-leash, voice-command dog park! There’s also a playground for kids so you can bring the whole family to play at the park! The walking trails in the woods are lovely for on-leash walks, but you can also explore them without a leash if you prefur -- just exercise caution.

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    #3 California Avenue

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    This residential neighborhood in the northernmost part of Arcata, California is an attractive place to stop by with Fido. Why? It's just steps away from the commercial activities and venues in the downtown area! It's also next to Redwood Park, a vast green area with giant trees and lots of open space -- perfect for leashed pups and outdoor enthusiasts! And that’s not all this furrific area has to offer. Arcata Community Forest is also located here. This pawpular place has a snifftastic network of trails winding throughout the woods. Don’t forget to take your buddy on a walking adventure! Is your leash ready?

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    #4 Eureka High

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    Eureka High is one of the central neighborhoods in Eureka, CA. This primarily residential area was named for the local high school and offers a few local businesses along Harrison Ave. Eureka Dog Park is a nice bonus for local dog owners and visitors with restless pooches in tow. This dog park has a single fenced doggie area where puppies can play and run together. There’s no separate section for small or shy buddies, so make sure your pup is up for games and chases with local mutts of all shapes and sizes. Waste bags and drinking water are available on-site for your convenience.

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    #5 Greenside Park

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    Greenside Park is a very touristy neighborhood in Eureka, just steps away from the downtown area. Here, you will find plenty of attractions, spots to take pictures of, and cafes. Greenside Park is residential and slightly touches a part of Redwood Hwy, which leads to Eureka’s museums. You can easily access some pet-friendly restaurants in the Old Town from here. How about some Japanese fare in A & J Ichiban? What you will love most about the area, though, is Hammond Park. It's a beautiful multi-purpose park with sports fields, a children’s playground, and open fields. Rarely busy, pawticularly in the morning, the place is fantastic for on-leash walks with Fido!

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