Fresno is fun and full of great things to do with your favorite four-legged friend! Fresno and Clovis have lots of great dog parks and lots of opportunities to find the perfect spot to enjoy your dog in the sun. Here are some of our favorite parks in the Fresno and Clovis parishes.
Dr. James W. Thornton Dog Park
Dr. James W. Thornton Dogpark is committed to creating a safe environment where members are welcome. You will need to apply for membership, but once it is granted you can be sure that all of the other dogs in the park will have passed the temperament test before they are granted. Dogs are also 6 months or older, have had contraceptive or castration surgery, and must be vaccinated prior to admission. Membership can be $ 5 per day, $ 10 per month, or $ 100 per year.
The Dr. James W. Thornton Dog Park is located at 3934 N Hayston Ave, Fresno, CA93726.
Basin AH1 dog park
Basin AH1 Dog Park is another great dog park nearby. There is no entry fee for pool AH1 in the city park. The Basin AH1 Dog Park is perfect for the warmer months. The dog park has a pond for puppies to cool off and practice their dog paddling, a large lawn to frolic, and lots of trash cans nearby. Garbage bags are not provided, so please bring them with you.
Basin AH1 Dog Park is located at 4257 W Alamos Ave, Fresno, CA93722.
Todd Beamer dog park
Todd Beamer Dog Park at Todd Beamer Park is another great destination for you and your canine companion. Entry is free, but the park offers free garbage bags and bins. A small dog park, ideal for small and medium-sized dogs, with dog amenities like fire hydrants.
Todd Beamer Dog Park is located at 2050 E Plymouth Way, Fresno, CA93720.
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The Roeding Park Dog Run is one of the most popular dog parks in Fresno. As part of the larger Roeding Park, you have to pay an entry fee of $ 5 per vehicle to enter the dog park, but once you enter there are separate areas for large and small dogs. You have access to this large dog park. , And a bank for people. The large Rödingpark is also dog-friendly, but outside of the dog park you have to tie up your dog friends.
The Roeding Park Dog Run is located at 890 W Belmont Ave, Fresno, CA93728.
Bob Belcher dog park
Many of us may equate this name with a dad playing a specific fictional burger, but the park is actually a central figure in Fresno’s history and many of the green spaces and trees we enjoy today. Named after William Robertsoncher who was in charge. The recently opened dog park in Bob Belcher Park in 2018 offers a well-kept playground for dog companions, including agility obstacles.
Bob Belcher Park is located at 2158 E Alluvial Ave, Fresno, CA93720.
If you’re looking for some stringed fun, the Clovis Old Town Trail is a great place to bring your canine friends. The Rail Trail is a multi-purpose trail that connects the heart of the Crovis and Fresno communities. Hiking, cycling and – yes! Dog walk. There is no fee, but you may need to buckle up your dog and bring a garbage bag. The trail also connects to the Dry Creek Trail, where the beautiful Old Town Clovis and Clovis Rodeo Ground stop.
There are many ways to get on the trail, but it runs from Clovis Avenue, north of Fresno Yosemite International Airport, to the Sugar Pine Trail on N Willow Avenue.
Dry Creek Trail
Another great trail for string fun is the Dry Creek Trail. Adjacent and connected to the Clovis Old Town Trail, it is easily accessible and dog friendly. Dogs must be buckled up and may need to bring a garbage bag, but hiking trails are another great destination for canine companions. A little less than three miles, the trail is much shorter than the Clovis Old Town Trail, but it stops at the Clovis Botanical Gardens. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a leash.
The Dry Creek Trail is W. Drive off the Clovis Old Town Trail, west of Minewawa Avenue, E. It leads to the trailhead off Shepherd Avenue.
Fresno offers lots of fun ways to enjoy the weather, not just for humans but dog lovers as well. If you haven’t been there before, there are tons of great dog parks, dog-friendly parks, and dog-friendly trails this season!
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