Dog-friendly Newhall Community Park

Newhall Community Park

1351 Newhall Pkwy.
Concord, California 94521
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Local Phone: (925) 671-2489

The 126-acre Newhall Community Park can be found along Galindo Creek east of Treat Boulevard. Access is via Newhall Parkway south of Clayton Road or from Turtle Creek Road. Galindo Creek meanders through the park.

Approximately 30 acres of park is improved with ponds along the creek, a play structure, picnic areas, bocce courts, and turfed athletic fields. There is one reservable group picnic area in a secluded creekside setting with large oak trees. A Vietnam War Memorial graces the vista point.

The Paw Patch is a secure, fenced area where dogs can exercise off-leash. The designated area for small dogs is designed for dogs less than 30 pounds only. Small dog use in the larger area is at the discretion of the owner(s)/handler(s). Dogs weighing over 30 pounds are not allowed in the smaller dog area for any reason.

Dogs must remain on leash when they are outside of the Paw Patch.

So, What
The short answer: Lots and lots of things to get tails a-waggin!  Start off with a romp at Baldwin Dog Park or the Paw Patch dog park in 126-acre Newhall Community Park, then hit the trails at one of the East Bay Regional Park District preserves just minutes away. more »
The Hop Grenade Taproom & Bottleshop <br/> Photo Credit: @thedoodriley
The Hop Grenade Taproom & Bottleshop
Photo Credit: @thedoodriley
This East Bay community of Concord has a vibe all its own, not to mention reasonably priced lodging and all manner of indoor and outdoor places to explore with your dog by your side. It might be discovering a new brew while exploring the thriving craft beer scene, trying poke for the first time or making an excursion into a nearby slice of wine country you never knew existed. more »
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