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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mound House

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    Population Density 350/sq mi

    #1 Carson City

    Carson City is a unique, historic place, which is why you’ll see so many cultural places such as museums and memorable spots in the city center. There are two wonderful off-leash places in the southern part of town where you can bring Fido. Carson River Park is a 40-acre, dog-friendly place where dogs are welcome to play and make new friends. Let your mutt explore the walking paths or join you in the picnic area to share a meal. Another spot for your lovely pooch to enjoy is set farther south and features an off-leash area for pups of all sizes. Fuji Dog Park at Carson City Fairgrounds features a sandy area and a doggie swimming hole for splashing and swimming. But remember, it’s a bad idea to perform sporty activities on empty stomach! Carson City’s downtown is packed with numerous eateries where your mutt is welcome. Choose between Adele’s restaurant, offering a bowl of water for every tail-wagger and outstanding desserts, or grab a cup of coffee and a sweet pastry at the outdoor patio of Comma Coffee.
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    Population Density 968/sq mi

    #2 Hidden Valley

    Hidden Valley is a nice place to explore with your best fur-iend. If your mutt loves exploring new places and finding new friends, jump in the car and drive the 50 minutes to Hidden Valley; your pup will thank you! Explore the area of Hidden Valley Regional Park until you find what you have come for: Link Piazzo Dog Park, adjacent to the main one. It is literally a hidden gem for dogs and their owners, tenderly adored by visitors and residents alike. The park features two separate areas for small and large breeds, an enormously big area for playing off-leash, barking, and spotting new friends. You’ll find all the necessary supplies here, including doggie waste bags and water, so all you need to bring is Fido’s favorite toy!
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    Population Density 1,765/sq mi

    #3 South Central

    The muttropolis of Reno has a plethora of dog-friendly activities. Bring your pooch to play and have fun at Virginia Lake Dog Park, located on the southern end of the lake. The park has been under construction for quite a while, but now offers a range of facilities your lovely pup may need. The area was expanded and now has lots of shaded spots, benches and soft mulch. The place is very popular among local dog owners, so it may get a bit crowded in the evening or early in the morning when everyone comes to play with their pups. There are not so many dog-friendly eateries in the southern part of the city, but you can always enjoy a freshly made waffle at Swill Coffee and Wine, which offers a number of dog-friendly outdoor tables just a skip and a hop from the park.
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    Population Density 21/sq mi

    #4 West University

    Reno’s West University neighborhood includes the oldest University of Nevada in its area. The place is close to the northern region of downtown and a special place to bring Fido with you. Head north via I-580 South from Mound House and through downtown Reno, and you’ll arrive at Whitaker Dog Park in about 40 minutes. This park is located close to the freeway, so it will not be difficult to spot. It is a spacious dog park with an off-leash area, shade trees, benches and picnic tables. The park does not feature any grass, so make sure to take some water with you in case it gets dusty.
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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #5 Sparks City Center

    The fifth most populous city in Nevada is Sparks, located in Washoe County and within the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area. Attracting visitors with hot, humid summers, the city also offers several opportunities for tail-waggers to have fun and spend a great day out. One of the most pawpular attractions among both visitors and locals is Sparks Marina Dog Park, a bustling place to bring Fido for some exercise. The park is fenced and has an extensive off-leash area for playing and exercising, as well as a range of water activities. But if your pooch is into something more challenging and wild, do take him to Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest in the eastern part of the city, where he’s welcome to explore a number of desert trails winding through the wilderness.
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