The town of Auburn, California was named in 1888 and is a California Historical Landmark because of its part in the California Gold Rush Fever. It also hosts the most endurance events in the world; such as the Half-Ironman Triathalon, Western States Endurance Run, as well as the much acclaimed Western States Trail Ride to name a few. There are also an estimated 2,994 dogs living in Auburn, so there are tons of fun things to do with Fido when you visit.
According to residents, Ashley Memorial is THE dog park the go with your furbaby. It has a beautiful grassy lawn surrounded by concrete walks for the humans, two puppy pools to cool off in, a creek and waterfall to play in. Ashley also has separate area for small dogs, it is double-gated for safety, and there are plenty of tennis balls to play fetch with.
Hidden Falls is another excellent place for outdoor fun with Fido. It has 1,200 acres of different habitats, such as Coon Creek and Deadman Creek, waterfalls, elevated trails, prairies, and valleys. You will see goats and sheep roaming around because that is what the park uses to maintain the grass. There are a plethora of great places to picnic, barbeque, and just hang out and enjoy the view.
What sounds better than a beautiful day spent at the lake? Lake Clementine in Auburn, California is extremely well-maintained, and is highly popular with the locals. You’ll probably see runners, hikers, families, other pet owners, and animals in the park. It is a great place for your dog to explore new terrain while you take in the beautiful scenery. It features natural grasslands, trees and even some gorgeous waterfalls. This is the perfect place to take your pooch if you want them to love you furrever. Take a picnic blanket, snacks and doggie toys to make a day out of it!
The residents of Auburn are lucky enough to have access to one of the most beautiful regional park areas in the country. Hidden Falls Regional Park is a large nature preserve full of trails, trees and even waterfalls! If you want to hike around the area, you may want to keep your dog on a leash. Because there is an abundance of natural water locations, there is no need for doggie water fountains. Hidden Falls Regional Park is the perfect place for your dog to stretch their legs while you get some exercise in and appreciate the scenic views.
Only a fifteen minute drive away from Auburn, you’ll find Rocklin, home to Rruff Dog Park. The drive to Rocklin is well worth it because the park is aimed at making sure your pooch has a pawsitively wonderful day! The park has many areas where dogs roam free and even an obstacle course where your dog can mimic G.I. Joe. In addition to the social atmosphere of the park, there is a designated area for special needs dogs that need extra attention from their owners. If you go to Rruff Dog Park, you are guaranteed to have a wonderful day with your furry furr-end!
In the outskirts of Auburn, among nature preserves, mountains and fresh water streams, you will find one of the best dog parks for miles. Auburn State Recreational Area is not necessarily a dog park, but it is home to some of the most beautiful views in the state. It is adorned with trees and flowers that you can explore with your dog on one of the many trails. You may have to keep your pooch on a leash for some parts of the trail. Furthermore, many parts of the trails are shaded, making it a comfortable walk for you and your dog.