5 Great Dog Parks Near Antioch To Enjoy This Summer

5 Great Dog Parks Near Antioch To Enjoy This Summer

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We’re dog lovers, and thankfully Antioch and the surrounding communities offer plenty of options for those of us who like to get outdoors with our dogs.

When our patients ask, these are the five places we recommend:

Markley Creek Dog Park

With two acres of room to romp around, your dog will have a fantastic time playing at Markley Creek Dog Park.

There are also playgrounds to keep the kids occupied, restrooms, picnic areas for the family, and more, which adds up to a dog park you can turn into an afternoon out.

Don’t worry about your dog’s size, as this park is divided into two areas, one for dogs below 30 pounds and one for larger dogs. Lots of shady areas, too. Located at 3486 Summit Way.

King Park Dog Park

Located in neighboring Brentwood, King Park has a fenced in off-leash area to let your dog enjoy play time with other dogs.

The park also has a playground, picnic tables, and basketball courts in case you want to unwind for the afternoon.

Located at 1379 Bauer Way, it’s a great place to get together with other dog owner friends.

Hannah Nicole Vineyards

This is not a dog park, exactly, but it is a dog-friendly getaway that makes for a nice place to spend some outdoor time with your dog in the summer.

They host wine tastings, have lovely outdoor areas, and are dog friendly. Located at 6700 Balfour Rd. in Brentwood.

Clayton Dog Park

A relatively easy drive away in Clayton, CA, the Clayton Dog Park is small but welcoming, with gorgeous views and scenery to make your time outdoors even nicer.

The park may be modest, but it has the main things you need: shade, water, benches, tables, and some open area for your dog to run around and have fun.

Located at 7698 Marsh Creek Rd. in Clayton.

Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve

This may not be “just” a dog park, but residents of Antioch know that the Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve is not “just” anything.

This huge preserve boasts over 6,000 acres of land, with lots of picnicking, hiking, and more. This amazing (and famous) park has over 65 miles of trails for you and your dog to explore, though be careful, because you’ll also have opportunities to see coyotes, bobcats, foxes, and even the rare mountain lion.

In other words, make sure your dog doesn’t like to chase wildlife. Leashes recommended if they do!

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