The Concord Perro Trail guide spotlights five pup-friendly properties, all close and convenient to adventures in Concord and the surrounding area. (Please be sure to confirm any weight and breed restrictions or pet fees before you book.)
Settle in for a stay at the Hilton Concord, which offers an outdoor pool and Mount Diablo views. The property is certified “Clean & Safe” by the California Hotel & Lodging Association in light of the fading Covid-19 pandemic, so you’ll be safe and comfy—and your dog will get some nice amenities, too. A bonus: the 33-mile Iron Horse Regional Trail runs adjacent to the property.
The Studio 6 Concord is also set near the Iron Horse Trail, as are several casual restaurants and family-friendly Cambridge Park. At the Premier Inns Concord, families will find arcade games, an outdoor pool and laundry facilities.
Other dog-friendly lodging choices include the Motel 6 Concord, where well-behaved pups and service animals stay free, and the Concord Plaza Hotel. This property near the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor waterpark has pet-friendly rooms, a doggie relief area and free local trail maps.
Concord also prides itself on being a proactively ADA-accessible city. That means all hotels offer ADA-accessible rooms, while many parks and open-space preserves feature wheelchair-accessible trails, as well.