Shurtleff Park

Shurtleff Park

1238 Shelter Ave.
Napa, California 94558
Local Phone: (707) 257-9529

Yelp! Review: "Great park next to an elementary school. Lots of grass for dogs to play and a small trail at the back of the park that does a short loop. I used to bring my dog and my lunch but they took away the only picnic table....If you come during the week during the day you will most likely have the park to yourself!"

Oat Hill Mine Trail - Photo Credit: @thepacklife.napa
Oat Hill Mine Trail - Photo Credit: @thepacklife.napa
Napa Valley is amazingly dog-friendly, with scores of wineries and restaurants welcoming four-legged visitors accompanied by humans. When it comes to hiking, head to Moore Creek Park, on the north side of Lake Hennessy near St. Helena. Among 15 miles of trails here is the serene, 5.6-mile Shoreline Trail/Alta Hennessey Loop, which traces the perimeter of this fresh-water reservoir with a jaunt into the hills along a dirt road. more »
Dogs stretching their legs in Napa Valley
Recently rescued dogs Triniti and Lilli enjoying Alston Park in Napa.
Photo Credit: Teri Marshall
Just because you’ve had your fill of food, wine and vines doesn’t mean your Restless Rover is ready to call it a day. After all, there’s not much exercise to be had in a tasting room. If the two of you need to burn a few calories, we suggest starting your day at Canine Commons dog park, part of 157-acre Alston Park northwest of downtown Napa. This fenced, 3-acre romp space (small dogs have their own area) is custom designed for off-leash play. In addition, dogs under voice control are allowed to accompany you without a tether on almost 30 acres of open space surrounded by vineyards above the dog-park enclosure. In addition to Alston Park, you’ll find off-leash areas for dogs under voice control at Napa’s Shurtleff and Franquelin dog parks and in the undeveloped areas of 350-acre Kennedy Parkmore »
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