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Sonoma Coast State Park

Sonoma Coast State Park is home to a number of pet-friendly areas to enjoy. The long sandy beaches stretch out along a beautiful coastline of natural arches and secluded coves at this popular state park. Although dogs are not allowed to hang out on Goat Rock Beach, your leashed pup can join you on Blind Beach off the south parking loat at Goat Rock. Dogs are also welcome at Wright's Beach and the campground at Bodega Dunes. You can find out more information about the park's opening times by contacting Sonoma Coast State Park directly. Visit Website

Or call (707) 875-3483 for more information.

Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

Sonoma Coast State Park has received a rating of 3.2 out of 5 bones by 4 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Makaela
    Mar. 27, 2021
    Schoolhouse Beach

    loved that this was more pebbles than sand (but still soft enough to all be barefoot). Dogs on 6ft leashes (pls leash ur dog- some of us choose leash places on purpose!). This is going to be our go to beach in the area!

  • Sky
    Aug. 31, 2020
    Blind beach is amazing!

    My dog and I ran off leash at blind beach because it wasn't crowded.

    There are beaches that allow dogs includes

    - Marshall Gulch

    - Carmet Beach

    - Schoolhouse Beach

    - Portugese Beach

    - Duncan's Cove

    - Wright's Beach

    - Furlong Gulch

    - Shell Beach

    - Gleason Beach

  • Nancy
    Jan. 27, 2019
    Doran Beach

    Doran beach is a great place to bring the dogs and have a picnic and walk on the beach. The cost is $7.00 which is a great deal for a day at the beach

  • Erin
    Jan. 1, 2019
    Great Views But No Dogs

    While the rules vary from site to site, generally dogs are not allowed in the beaches. The rules seemed to have changed just recently as beaches like Campbell Cove that used to allow dogs now do not. As an alternative, Doran Beach (Sonoma County Regional Park) allows leashed pups on the beach.

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