20 Dog Friendly Places In Sonoma County

Enjoy Sonoma County with your best furry friend at your side.

Taylor Mountain Regional Park in Santa Rosa. (Photo by Alvin Jornada)
Taylor Mountain Regional Park in Santa Rosa. (Photo by Alvin Jornada)

Love to explore and travel, but don’t know if the pup can go, too? Browse the gallery below for different dog-friendly spots in Sonoma County. Did we miss a pet-friendly place? Let us know in the comments.

Portuguese Beach

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(Photo by Mark Aronoff)

Sonoma County Regional Parks Bodega Bay (leashed, six feet or less, and licensed dogs allowed at all parks)

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Kunde Vineyards in Kenwood

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(Courtesy of Kunde Estate Winery and Vineyards)

The Sea Ranch (all trails)

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(Photo by Christopher Chung)

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa in Sonoma

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Mutt Lynch Winery in Windsor

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Helen Putnam Park in Petaluma

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(Photo by Jenna Fischer)

Doran Regional Park on the Sonoma Coast (leashed, six feet or less, and licensed dogs)

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(Photo by Christopher Chung)

Hood Mountain Trail in Hood Mountain Regional Park in Santa Rosa

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(Christopher Chung/ The Press Democrat)

Wright’s Beach Campground on the Sonoma Coast

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Dawn Ranch Lodge in Guerneville

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(Photo by John Burgess)

The Barlow in Sebastopol

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(Photo by John Burgess)

The Jack London State Historic Park (allows leashed and licensed dogs on the Wolf Trail and the 1-mile Beauty Ranch circuit).

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(Photo by Erik Castro)

Larson Family Winery in Sonoma

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Sea Ranch Lodge 

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(Photo by Chris Hardy)

Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa in Santa Rosa

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(Photo by Jeremy Portje)

Monte Rio Community Beach on the Russian River

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(Photo by Kent Porter)

The Olea Hotel in Glen Ellen

Olea Hotel. 
Courtesy of Olea Hotel.

The Hotel Petaluma on Washington St. in Petaluma

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(Photo by John Burgess)

Swede’s Feeds in Kenwood

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(Photo by John Burgess)

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