Alameda Small Dog Park 8th St & Portola Ave, Alameda, CA94501 The Alameda Small Dog Park is a dog park located in Alameda. The park provides a space of dogs and their owners to take…More a stroll. Alameda Small Dog volunteers maintain the park and put on a variety of events throughout the year. These events include the annual Howl-O-Ween Parade and Costume Contest and Fourth of July Parade. Their website features a small dog of the month and a list of dog park etiquette. Owners are encouraged to bring less than three dogs with them to the park and clean up after their pups. For further inquiries, phone the Alameda Small Dog Park.
Pampered Pup 1401 Park St, Alameda, CA94501 An Alameda icon, the Pampered Pup is in the heart of downtown and has been for decades. The orange dog pictured in the…More window is recognizable to any Alameda native. The hot dog options are seemingly endless, including deluxe dogs ( with chopped onions, relish and tomato), kraut dogs, chili dogs, veggie dogs, cheese dogs, hot links, and plain old hot dogs. This low-key restaurant is popular with high school students and moviegoers looking for a quick bite.
Doggy Doggy at Kit's House 2058 San Jose Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Doggy Doggy at Kit's House provides boarding services for dogs. The establishment features a fenced-in yard and offers…More daily walks and visits to the Alameda Dog Park. Overnight stays, extended stays and daycare services are available.
Beginning in 2004, this is the local dogs', cats' and pet owners' favorite stop on Park Street. The store offers only…More high-quality holistic pet products and foods, as well as fun and functional toys and accessories. It is light, airy and filled with good energy. Special events as workshops, benefits and adoption days are organized and hosted every month.
Dog Bone Alley has been awarded Retail Business of the Year for 2006 by Alameda Magazine.
Jackson Park Park Ave & Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Located next to the KFC and across the street from Alameda Cellars on Encinal Avenue near Park Street, Jackson Park is a…More small and peaceful neighborhood park that is ideal for picnics and family gatherings. Bordered by Victorian homes on three sides, the block and a half park has a great residential atmosphere with locals relaxing on picnic benches, walking dogs and strolling. There are multiple sitting benches and a large kiosk at the center of the park.
This homey restaurant serves old-fashioned American cuisine, including hamburgers, all-beef hot dogs and french…More fries. The restaurant also features a full bar with a wide selection of domestic and imported beer brands.
The business has six Bay Area locations. This branch is located right next door to the Alameda Theatre, one block from the heart of the Park Street commercial district.
Wienerschnitzel 1529 Park St, Alameda, CA94501 Specializing in hot dogs and sausages, this local Wienerschnitzel franchise has a number of food and dessert…More menu options and features both indoor and outdoor dining areas. Weinerschnizel's dinner menu includes corn dogs, hamburgers, chili cheese dogs and fries. Meanwhile, the dessert menu features soft-serve ice cream cones, shakes, floats, sundaes and banana splits.
Washington Park 740 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Located at the corner of Central and 8th streets, Washington Park is large and beautiful, offering an array of…More choices for entertainment. The park has an expansive athletic field and a baseball diamond, six tennis courts and a wall for practice, two basketball courts and two sets of volleyball net poles, plenty of parking, picnic space, benches and a sizeable playground. With all of these amenities, Washington Park provides an attractive destination for athletes, youngsters and picnic lovers from all over town as well as the rest of Bay Area. The adjacent small dog park and the close proximity to the shoreline adds to its appeal.
Crown Beach Westline Dr & Otis Dr, Alameda, CA94501 From the 1880s to the start of World War II, Crown Beach was widely well known as an amusement center, complete with…More amusement rides, balloon ascents and bathing spas. Although the carnival attractions are no more, the beach persists. Special features include trails along the water, a teeming bird life, dog park, large grassy fields and numerous picnic locations with tables, benches and grills. (Picnic reservations can be made by calling 1-888-EBPARKS.) Other popular activities include group walks, cycling, dog walking, picnicking, fishing, boating, board sports and light swimming. Crown Beach is currently popular for its annual Sand Castle and Sand Sculpture Contest, which takes place in June and open to all ages.