Arden Arcade is a homely suburban community outside of Sacramento. This Muttropolitan area is bordered by the American River along the south, with sprawling deserts to the north. To contrast the deserts, the town has designated lots of small places as public parks, most being dog-friendly to accommodate the large number of dogs in the area. And with eight veterinarians right in town, you can be sure your pup is covered for any mishap.
The largest dog-friendly park in the city is the Del Paso Regional Park, a 145-acre area that's made up of woods and desert terrain. Leashed pups are welcome inside the park that offfers access to a .7 -miles jogging trail, dirt trails along natural habitat areas, a fishing spot along Arcade Creek, restrooms, and picnic areas. Dogs will have fun socializing or exploring the natural wonders of the park while enjoying access to water fountains, benches, trash bins, nighttime lights, and clean-up stations.
The Howe Community Park is the gem for dog walkers in Arden Arcade, thanks to its large off-leash area for dogs that's fenced-in and boasts separate areas for large and small dogs. Dogs can roam around safely and play with other dogs with additional features like clean-up stations, fire hydrants, trash bins, benches, and picnic tables. The rest of Howe Community Park is also dog-friendly, offering large open areas with paved trails and enclosed tennis courts.
Whether visiting from Sacramento or taking a walk from another neighborhood, Arden Arcade will provide all the pleasures every dog wants.