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Dog Areas in Zayante

Sitting on Zayante Creek at an elevation of 699 feet, Zayante is a small census-designated place in Central California. With just 704 residents, the area is perfect for adventure seekers of both the human and canine variety! The town is close to commercial places in Mission Springs and Paradise Park. You will find recreation areas and parks to the north and south and camping facilities near Mt Hermon. However, the closest hospital will be to the west of Zayante, in Felton.

So where can you go with Fido? Quail Hollow Ranch County Park is a scenic nature preserve in Felton, less than 3 miles away from Zayante! You can walk around the historic horse range and nature preserve on your own, holding on tight to Fido's leash. There are walking trails here (some of which prohibit dogs) and lots of trees to sniff! But you can also check out the visitor's center for free master classes or a walking tour if you like.

Loch Lomond Recreation Area is another great spot to visit with Fido. Here, you can enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, and relaxing in nature as long as you like! Pups should stay on-leash during your time here, but they're welcome on the trails.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zayante

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    Population Density 3,412/sq mi

    #1 Skypark

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    Skypark is a cozy neighborhood west of central Scotts Valley in California. It’s a friendly community with small family homes across from the local attraction – Skypark. There are also stores and cafes dotted along Mt Hermon Road. Skypark, the neighborhood's namesake, really is something! This is a large recreation area with a basketball court and a skate park -- fun for all sports lovers! Skypark Dog Park, which is also known as Scotts Valley Dog Park, is a pet-friendly extension in the southeastern corner. It’s a single fenced area with mulch terrain and seating. Note that treats and toys are prohibited at this dog park.

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    Population Density 906/sq mi

    #2 Mount Hermon

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    Mt Hermon is generous on outdoor attractions and camping facilities! A census-designated place and an eastern neighborhood of Felton, the area is quite touristy. The central part of the community is perfect for shopping and walking along the creek. You will find Felton Covered Bridge County Park right across from Felton Fair Shopping Center. This is a county-maintained park that's pawfect for on-leash walks, complete with a wooden covered bridge, picnic sites, and open green space with shade. To the south, you'll find Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, a vast area with hiking trails, picnic, and fishing activities on San Lorenzo River. If you care to camp, Santa Cruz Redwood RV Resort is the perfect place!
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    Population Density 52/sq mi

    #3 Brackney

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    Brackney is a small populated place located 1.6 miles north of Felton, California. You can spot the site near the curve of Highway 9 on your way to Brookdale. The residential area doesn't have much to offer, except a few shops and local businesses. Fall Creek Unit, a part of Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, is a fantastic spot for hikers and dog owners! This area offers some of the best forest hiking in California. Along with an adventure in the canyon, you can explore limekiln ruins and “Lost Camp,” a beautiful hollow you will want to snap a picture of! Also visit “Big Ben,” a prominent redwood tree on the Fall Creek Trail. 

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    Population Density 823/sq mi

    #4 North Scotts Valley

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    North Scotts Valley is a residential neighborhood in Scotts Valley, CA featuring small and medium-sized single-family homes. The area also features a local coffee shop and a gas station. Your puppy will love Lodato Park, a cool recreation area just across from the residential quarters. This is a standard city park with beautiful views and scenic spots! You can hike along the lake, uphill, and back to the lake again -- there are plenty of loops and walking trails where you can enjoy an on-leash stroll with Fido. You can also picnic and relax in the shade and enjoy the weather. If you're traveling by car, the park features its own convenient parking.

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    Population Density 2,921/sq mi

    #5 Prospect Heights

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    Looking for a dog-friendly neighborhood in Santa Cruz, CA? Then Prospect Heights is worth your attention! Located in the northernmost part of the city, it’s a primarily residential area with a local school. One of the most pawpular local attractions is DeLaveaga Park, a vast grassy space for the whole family! Sports enthusiasts spend their time working on their golf game, while families enjoy picnicking near the creek. Pups are welcome to join you on-leash on the walking trails. But, if you and Fido prefer the company of canine companions, head to Pacheco Dog Park, a fenced doggy area with tons of friendly pooches!

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