Hiking, Parks and Gardens – can you say happy dog? DogTrekker has you covered with the best hikes, parks and gardens for you and your dog all across California.

Yosemite gushers

Late winter and early spring are great times to visit Yosemite National Park, but be sure to read up on the rules regarding pets before you go. Hotels inside park boundaries don&rs  Read more.

Moving water in Marin

It’s not the easiest waterfall hike in Marin County, but Cataract Falls, on the north flank of Mount Tamalpais, is easily the Bay Area’s most popular waterfall destinat  Read more.

Room to roam in Mendocino

Lace up your hiking boots, load your pup into the car and get a grip on your leash: you’ll need it when you see how excited she’ll become upon encountering a multitude   Read more.

Capital canine discoveries

Old Sacramento.
If it’s your first visit to Sacto, don’t neglect to take a stroll through Capitol Park, a 40-acre urban preserve surrounding the imposing domed structure.  Read more.

Lodato Trail

Lodato Trail, courtesy of Visit Santa Cruz Tucked away in the redwoods of Scotts Valley, Lodato is a hidden gem of forested beauty. The entire route clocks in at 1.2-miles and a l  Read more.

Roaring Camp Railroads

Roaring Camp Railroads, courtesy of Visit Santa Cruz. Henry Cowell borders Roaring Camp Railroads where dogs are welcome on leash to explore the acres (including trails) of forest  Read more.

West Glenwood Open Space Preserve

West Glenwood Preserve. Paul Zaretsky photo.
West Glenwood Open Space Preserve, story courtesy of Visit Santa Cruz. With about four miles of trails, the West Glenwood Preserve is a great choice for hiking adventures with you  Read more.

Pogonip Open Space

Pogonip Open Space, courtesy of Visit Santa Cruz. There are miles of dog-friendly trails and secret treasures to discover at Pogonip Open Space. Leashed pups are welcome on severa  Read more.

Raving about Redding

Watching the geese at the Sundial Bridge. Photo by Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
March is perhaps the prettiest and most temperate month of the year in Redding, a Northern California city that can warm up in summer.  Read more.

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