Family-friendly Things to Do With Your Dog

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Visit a Family-Friendly Winery

Bernie enjoys a picnic with family. Photo Credit: @lord_bernard_
Bernie enjoys a picnic with family. Photo Credit: @lord_bernard_

Little humans as well as parents and four-legged family companions will enjoy an outing to a winery with things to do besides sample fruit of the vine. These three are in Sonoma County, but you’re sure to find others close to where you live. more »

Off the Beaten Path in Marin

Jake is ready for some pancakes! Photo Credit: @allymcfarland
Jake is ready for some pancakes! Photo Credit: @allymcfarland

Visiting Marin County? Not even all the locals are hip to the hike-in pancake breakfasts-with-a-view served up at the West Point Inn 1,785 feet above the Pacific on the shoulder of Mount Tamalpais. And even though the Summer of Love events are winding down across the Bay Area, you can still celebrate at one of Marin County’s favorite dog and family friendly food and music venues, Terrapin Crossroadsmore »

Pick A Peck o’ Pumpkins

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Clancy's Pumpkin Patch - Photo Credit: @littlecooperbear

What’s Halloween without a visit to a pumpkin patch, especially if the pumpkin patch doubles as a seasonal family theme park? Largest in Northern California is Cool Patch Pumpkins in Dixon, offering enough activities to keep tails wagging all day. more »

Make it a Meal Deal

Presidio Picnic by Off The Grid. Photo Credit: @kspiegvaline
Presidio Picnic by Off The Grid. Photo Credit: @kspiegvaline

Be sure to stash a few treats in your pocket so Spike won’t get jealous while the rest of you take your pick of food-truck fare and enjoy live music, kid zones and more at Off the Grid events in San Francisco and Sacramento. more »

Finding Gold in El Dorado County

Dodge visits Larsen Apple Barn. Photo Credit: @birdiebrain
Dodge visits Larsen Apple Barn. Photo Credit: @birdiebrain

Talk about diverse: El Dorado County stretches from the city of Folsom, at the beginning of the Sierra Nevada foothills, all the way up to Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra. It’s what’s in between that’s of greatest interest to DogTrekkers in fall, when the harvest is on and the Apple Hill growing region off Highway 50 near Camino, just east of Placerville, rolls out the welcome mat at more than 50 farms and ranches. more »

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