Rocky Memorial Dog Park

Rocky Memorial Dog Park

Casa Grande Avenue
Petaluma, California 94954
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Local Phone: (707) 778-4380

Well behaved dogs can run free to their hearts' content on almost nine acres of land named for a beloved local police dog who died in the line of duty. This no-frills park makes up in size for what it lacks in amenities. 

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Apollo at Rocky Memorial Dog Park. Photo Credit: @apollo.i.am
Apollo at Rocky Memorial Dog Park. Photo Credit: @apollo.i.am
The town of Sonoma, with its historic plaza surrounded by high-end restaurants and shops, is the gateway to Sonoma Wine Country. But wineries aren’t the only places in this sprawling county to visit with your best friend, and Sonoma isn’t the only town with a dog-friendly, come-hither vibe. Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, and Petaluma have their own sets of canine-accommodating charms, and you and your tail-wagger will be all the richer for putting them on your itinerary. more »
Bobo at Rocky Memorial Dog Park. Photo Credit: @meagan_sturm
Bobo at Rocky Memorial Dog Park. Photo Credit: @meagan_sturm
You know where they are on the map, but when’s the last time you explored these Sonoma County gems with your four-legged friend? Start in Petaluma, a delightful community with an old-fashioned downtown and, in 9-acre Rocky Memorial Dog Park, one of the largest and most amenity-laden fenced canine playgrounds in the state. more »
Dogs playing in the grass in Petaluma
Dogs Playing at the dog park in Petaluma. Photo: LeeAnne Martin
This delightful town on the Petaluma River charms first-time DogTrekkers with a historic downtown whose sidewalks are set about with water bowls for visiting canines. Cuddle up at the historic Hotel Petaluma to be right in the middle of the action, or move a bit away from the downtown core to the Sheraton Sonoma County Hotel, where you can relax in a peaceful, resort-like setting.    more »
Dog on a bike in Petaluma
Dog on a bike in Petaluma.
The town of Sonoma might be the gateway to Sonoma Wine Country, but wineries aren’t the only places in this sprawling county to visit with your best friend. The laid-back Russian River region is especially renowned for its paw-friendly hotels, restaurants and wineries, and urban areas such as Santa Rosa and Petaluma have their own sets of dog-friendly charms. more »
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