Here is a pawsy guide to Sacramento area dog parks that both you and your very good boy or girl can enjoy! If you’re looking for the perfect park for your dog to play off-leash, check out this list below.
Please remember to follow the rules of each dog park, for the safety of you and man’s best friend!
There’s nothing rough about this park! Instead of grass this park is covered in wood chips…so no muddy paws! Dogs can try their paws at the doggie agility courses in both the small and large dog areas. Special needs and service dogs have their own section as well…all dogs are welcome here!
RRUFF Dog Park is run by Rocklin Residents Unite for Fido: their Healing Heroes program provides scholarships for service dog training for disabled veterans.
Location: 5480 5th St, Rocklin, CA 95677
Do you have a dog that absolutely loves waterfalls? Well, the Ashley Memorial Dog Park is the perfect park for your pooch! Just next door to the Ashford Dog Park, your dog can hang out at the waterfall built just for him while you rest in the shade. Lots of open space, grass and trees for those pups who just gotta sniff it all.
Location: 1601 Auburn Ravine Road, Auburn, CA 95603
The Marco Dog Park is 1.5 acres of open space for your dog to run, dig and play! Marco Dog Park was named in honor of a Roseville Police Dog- Marco. The park is open to all size dogs from the fiercest Chihuahua to the mighty Great Dane. Your pup can enjoy a large turf area, fire hydrants, trees and a water fountain. If you prefer a park that is separated into little dog and big dog areas, check out Roseville’s other two dog parks
Hours: Sunrise to an hour after Sunset. Closed every Wednesday from 6-10:00 a.m. for maintenance.
Location: 1800 Sierra Gardens Dr, Roseville 95661
Hughes Park is a 35-acre park for the whole family! Enjoy picnic areas, walking trails, soccer field and play areas. Keep your pup on leash until it’s his turn at the fenced off-leash dog area which features 1.5 acres and is separated into three areas; small dog, large dog and a dog training area for those pooches serious about their homework.
Hours: Sunrise to an hour after Sunset. Closed every Thursday from 6-10:00 a.m. for maintenance.
Location: North Side- 2796 McCloud Way, Roseville, CA 95747
South Side- 1600 Parkside Way, Roseville, CA 95747
Bear Dog Park features 2 acres of off-leash fun! There are separate areas for large and small dogs. If it seems like your pup is never tired, both areas feature agility courses, walking trails and benches…just in case you need to rest! Named after Roseville Police Department’s first K-9 officer, Bear Dog Park is the best bet for an exhausted pup!
Hours: Sunrise to one hour after Sunset. Closed every Tuesday from 6-10:00am for maintenance.
Location: 1565 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville 95747
Get your social media and hashtags ready when you bring your pooch to this midtown Sacramento dog park. Opening July 2017, Truitt Bark Park uses drought friendly decomposed granite and landscaping. With two areas for large and small dogs, a community garden, plaza and public art this filter friendly park is ready for your pups best pose.
Location: 19 Q St, Sacramento, CA 95811
Your dog won’t earn his degree here, but he will find off-leash space to roam, romp, sniff, snort, pounce and play. And isn’t that what really matters? Located in the Arden-Arcade area of Sacramento this park has small and large dog areas as well as a human picnic area.
Location: 1701 University Ave, Sacramento, CA 95825
You’ll find no pile of ashes from mythological birds here, just green open space, doggie pools and lots of wagging tails. Located in Fair Oak’s Phoenix Park, this dog park has a place for all dogs: big, small and special needs.
Hours: Dawn to Dusk, closed on Thursday’s for maintenance.
Location: 9050 Sunset Ave, Fair Oaks, CA 95628