Your Guide to Pet-Friendly Travel in Stockton, California | Visit Stockton

Your Guide to Pet-Friendly Travel in Stockton, California

Here’s a lowdown on places that are pet-friendly in Stockton, California.

Need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with your four-legged family member? We know how difficult it can be to find good dog-friendly places when traveling. And we don’t mean just restaurants and bars! We’ve teamed up with Stockton Certified Tourism Ambassador Rochelle Migliore of See Spot Run and shortlisted the best places in Stockton, California to go with Fido without any problems or unhappy faces! (Wondering what a Stockton Certified Tourism Ambassador is, find out here!)

At a glance

Places to Stay

Looking for a pet-friendly hotel? Stockton offers a variety of pet-friendly lodging options for your getaway so you can bring your furry family member along for the ride.

Cafes, Restaurants, and Breweries

Are you looking for an eatery that allows you to bring your pup to the patio? Don’t worry about having to leave Fido at home; enjoy these pet-friendly restaurants, cafes, and breweries in Stockton!

Leash-Free Dog Parks

Head to one of Stockton’s dog parks to let man’s best friend get some fresh air and possibly even meet a new doggie playmate! These dog parks provide a place where your pet can run freely off-leash and socialize with other dogs in a designated fenced area.

  • Barkleyville Dog Park: A 4-acre dog park, it is Stockton’s biggest. There is a separate section each for small & large dogs, water fountains, a play/agility course, shade trees, benches and waste-disposal containers.
  • Michael Faklis Park: 5250 Consumnes Drive - This park has an agility course, drinking fountains and shaded areas, as well as waste-disposal bags located throughout the park.
  • Paul E. Weston Park: EWS Woods Blvd. and Ishi Goto Street - This dog park sits in the south corner of Weston Park. It has a grassy area with water fountains, waste-disposal containers, and separate areas for big and small dogs.

Recreation

Enjoy the outdoors with your dog in some of Stockton’s favorite spaces! Keep in mind that each location has rules and regulations with regard to where you can and cannot take your pet.

BONUS info from our blog contributor...
Dog Training Lessons

Dog training private lessons and board training in Stockton are available for those who don’t have time for regularly scheduled dog training classes. Rochelle Migliore, CTA of See Spot Runs will teach your dog new abilities all under three weeks. Find See Spot Runs on Facebook and Instagram page. Header image by See Spot Run Pet Care, Inc.

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