Rincon Valley Community Park 5108 Badger Rd.
Galvin Park 3330 Yulupa Ave.
Doyle Park 700 Doyle Park Dr.
Deturk Park 819 Donahue St.
Northwest Community Park 2620 W. Steele Ln.
Some parks within the City of Santa Rosa may offer
For more information: 707-543-3292 or www.ci.santa-rosa.ca.us
Rocky Memorial Dog Park – W. Casa Grande Rd. (Southwest of Lakeville Hwy.)
Many other parks throughout Petaluma offer off-leash dog run areas during designated times.
For more information: 707-778-4380 or www.cityofpetaluma.net
Pleasant Oak Park 302 Sugar Maple Ln.
For more information: 707-838-1260 or www.ci.windsor.ca.us
Ragle Ranch Dog Park 500 Ragle Road
Ernest Holman Memorial Dog Park – First St. West
North of Depot Park Next to the Police Station.
For more information: 707-938-3332 or www.sonomacity.org
Field of Friends 7469 Bernice Ave.
Rohnert Bark Dog Park 5010 Roberts Lake Dr.
Rohnert Park Animal Shelter 301 Jimmy Rodgers Ln.
For more information: 707-588-3456 or www.ci.rohnertpark.ca.us
Villa Chanticleer Complex, 1248 N. Fitch Mountain Rd.
Badger Park 900 Heron Dr. (off Matheson Dr.)
For more information: 707-431-3301 or www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us
The Sea Ranch
(East side of HWY 1 @ Deer Trail) Private Dog Park for Sea Ranch Owners, Renters, and Guests only.
Contact the Sea Ranch Association at 707-785-2444
Pet Friendly Wineries
The Wine Room, featuring Friendly Dog Winery.
Forth Vineyards,Winery Mascots: Caspian, Tretter, Lily
Foppiano Vineyards, Annual Dog Friendly Event, “Foppiano, Flappers & Fun”
Lambert Bridge Winery Winery mascots Gus and Cooper.
You’re welcome to bring your friendly dogs to enjoy the picnic grounds.
Sbragia Vineyard, Winery Dogs: Nala and Fina
Wilson Winery, Their border collie and mini-Aussie will help herd you into the tasting room.
Mutt Lynch Winery ,“North America’s Most Renowned Dog Winery” -Modern Dog Magazine
Kenwood / Sonoma
Russian Hill Estate, very dog friendly and no problem off leash here.
Stryker–Sonoma Their old hound dog Hiro is gone now, but the folks at the winery still love and welcome well-behaved dogs.
Sonoma County Dog Friendly Beaches
Black Point Beach Located directly behind Sea Ranch lodge. Located along Hwy 1 south of the Sonoma/Mendocino Co. Line. The beach, parking and hiking trails are open during the day, usually from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. and close at sunset. Dogs must be on leash… residents have a “clean up your doggie mess” code that visitors should adhere to.
Salt Point State Park 20 miles of trails plus four different beaches perfect for frolicking. Located on Hwy 1, approx. 27 miles north of Bodega Bay. 800.444.7275
Doran Beach Possibly one of the best Sonoma beaches for a family outing with your pet. Located on a “sand spit”, Doran divides Bodega Bay from the harbor and Bodega proper. Please respect the bird watchers at the protected salt marsh on the other side of the spit.
Dillon Beach One of the last beaches that allows dogs off-leash! Located between Tomales Bay and Bodega Bay, about an hour from San Francisco and the Napa Valley wine country, Dillon Beach is a serene enclave with old-world charm.
Monte Rio Beach Located on the Russian River, this beach is a great family and pet beach with great access. Current can be strong off-season.
Sonoma Co. Regional Parks Off-Leash Dog Parks
Glen Ellen Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park, 13630 Sonoma Hwy.
El Verano Ernie Smith Community Park 18776 Gilman Dr.
Sebastopol Ragle Ranch Regional Park 500 Ragle Rd.
For more information about bringing your dog to Regional Parks:
Sonoma County Regional Parks 707-565-2041 www.sonoma-county.org/parks