Dog-friendly Aldridge Lane Park

Aldridge Lane Park

20 Aldridge Lane
Corralitos, California 95076
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Local Phone: (831) 454-7901

Aldridge Lane Park is a 3 acre park with a small horse arena that the public can use on a drop in basis. Other amenities include a basketball court, tennis court, a wheelchair accessible volleyball court, playground, horseshoe pit, and restrooms.

Pony Area Rules:
Please use equestrian facility safely. All riders are required to wear hardhats or protective headgear. No dogs or glass in equestrian facility. Horses must remain in designated area of park. Unload horses at designated area of park only. Horses must be attended at all times. Only 3 horses in arena at one time. Tie horses in hitching posts only. Tie posts and horse trailer unloading area is in front of Grange Hall, across the street.

Park Hours:
• Sunrise to sunset

• Dogs must be on leash.
• Please clean up after your dog.

• There is a parking lot with 25 spaces

• From Hwy 1 take the Freedom Blvd exit. Proceed on Freedom Blvd (Freedom Blvd only goes to the East
from the freeway) approximately 5 miles to Corralitos Road. Turn left on Corralitos Rd and proceed approximately 1-2 miles to Aldridge Lane. Turn left on Aldridge Lane, you will see the pony ring and the entrance to the park within on block on your right.   

Alfaro Family Vineyards & Winery <br/> Photo Credit: @rubytuesday96
Alfaro Family Vineyards & Winery
Photo Credit: @rubytuesday96
If you don’t live in Santa Cruz County, you probably know this gorgeous stretch of the California coast for its beaches, its stellar university and the namesake town that proudly embraces its somewhat eccentric reputation. But Santa Cruz County is also known for its mountains, its redwood forests and its wines, particularly the pinot noir and chardonnay that thrive in the fog-kissed climate. Wineries and tasting rooms are sprinkled throughout the county, and dogs get a warm welcome at many of them. more »
Wine dog in action. Photo Credit: SkyWideDesign (CC)
Wine dog in action. Photo Credit: SkyWideDesign (CC)
The Santa Cruz Mountains appellation, known primarily for producing pinot noir and chardonnay, is one of the oldest in the state. Close to 100 wineries and tasting rooms are sprinkled in nooks and crannies throughout Santa Cruz County, and dogs are welcome at many of them. has created a designated wine trail as you drive in on Highway 1 from the north. more »
Puppy riding in bike basket in Santa Cruz
Photo credit: Richard Masoner/Cyclelicious (CC)
For many visitors, Santa Cruz County is as much about wine as it is about beaches. The Santa Cruz Mountains appellation, known for a cool climate that produces superior pinot noir, is one of the oldest in the state. More than 70 wineries and tasting rooms are sprinkled through the county’s hills and towns, and dogs are welcome at dozens of them.

The foothills outside Soquel are a good place to center a visit. At Hunter Hill, high above town, you’ll sip wine at a redwood bar while enjoying views overlooking the Forest of Nisene Marks State Park. With Poetic Cellars, on 33 redwood-studded acres, comes a romantic theme supplemented by ocean views.

Near the coastal enclave of Aptos, Nicholson Vineyards is relaxed, dog-friendly and unusual in that the rustic tasting room is right in the middle of the vineyard. Alfaro Family Vineyards, in the Corralitos area, likewise has a super-relaxed vibe—plus it’s not far from Corralitos Market and Sausage Company, a regionally famous deli and great spot for lunch. more »
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