Dog Parks and Off-Leash Areas
Local Dog Parks
For more information: 707-431-3301 or www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us
- Pleasant Oak Park - 302 Sugar Maple Ln.
For more information: 707-838-1260 or www.ci.windsor.ca.us
- 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 off-leash dog
run areas during designated times. For more information:
707-543-3292 or www.ci.santa-rosa.ca.us
- 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
- Rocky Memorial Dog Park - W. Casa Grande Rd. (Southwest of
Many other parks throughout Petaluma offer off-leash dog run
areas during designated times. For more information: 707-778-4380
- 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
- The Sea Ranch (East side of HWY 1 @ Deer Trail)
Private Dog Park for Sea Ranch Owners, Renters, and Guests only.
For more information, contact the Sea Ranch Association at
707-785-2444 (North of Jenner)
Sonoma County Regional Parks Dog Off-Leash Areas
Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park @
Sonoma Valley Regional Park - 13630 Sonoma Hwy.
(Highway 12 between Arnold Dr. and Madrone Rd.)
Ernie Smith Community Park - 18776 Gilman Dr.
(Corner of Arnold Dr. and Elm St.)
Ragle Ranch Regional Park - 500 Ragle Rd.
For more information about bringing
your dog to Regional Parks:
Sonoma County Regional Parks
2300 County Center Drive (Suite 120A)
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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When you bring your dog to Regional Parks…
Keep your dog on a leash not more than 6 feet in length at all
times, and under immediate physical control. Your dog may be off
leash only if it is within a designated dog off leash area. A dog
is also considered leashed if it is securely tied to a stationary
object, and under immediate control/supervision.
No dogs, cats, or other animals may be turned loose at any time
within a Sonoma County Regional Park.
While staying at Sonoma County Regional Parks campgrounds, pets
must be kept inside a vehicle or tent throughout the night.
All dogs must have a valid license or current rabies
Dogs cannot be left unattended.
Vicious or unusually noisy dogs will not be allowed to enter or
remain in park areas.
No dogs are allowed in restrooms or showers.
Sonoma County Code 5-125(a) requires you to clean up after your