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Dog Areas in Citrus Heights

1 Park
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

In Sacramento County, at about 16 miles distance from Sacramento, lies the city of Citrus Heights. More than 80,000 people call this suburban community their home. Citrus Heights, California, is a residential and working environment with a large retail and services sector. The surprisingly large amount of veterinary centers, animal stores, and other pet related facilities point towards a pet-friendly community.

Dog owners of Citrus Heights, California that do not wish to leave the comforts of their own town ought to check out the C-Bar-C Dog Park, the only off-leash dog park in the city. This dog run offers everything that you would expect from a top-class dog park, including a separate area stayed off for smaller dogs (think Pomeranians, Dachshunds, and others), benches and picnic tables, pools and plenty of trees for shade.

For avid dog fans that want variety, there is a total of four off-leash dog parks in Roseville, which is only a few miles from Citrus Heights, California: Maidu Dog Park, Bear Dog Park at Mahany Park, William "Bill" Hughes Dog Park and Marco Dog Park. All of these dog parks are fenced and offer at least all the basics and often more.

The most favorite place in town for the owners in Citrus Heights is the Java Cherry Coffee Shop. Enjoy a nice cup or mug of hot coffee with a tasty pastry on the front patio with your furry pal by your side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Citrus Heights

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    Population Density 5,630/sq mi

    #1 Park View Acres


    Just like the name sounds, Park View Acres has some of the most beautiful views in the state. It is home to a number of parks and playgrounds including Rusch Park. This park is so much more than meets the eye. Beyond its gates, you will find a skate park, baseball fields, freshwater streams and many grasslands. Although this is not specifically a dog park, it contains an insane amount of amenities to keep you and your pooch excited! Many dog owners tend to go to the park early in the morning to follow one of the many park paths and make new furry friends!

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    Population Density 6,194/sq mi

    #2 Stock Ranch


    Most Citrus Heights residents do not know how lucky they are. They have the 47-acre Stock Ranch Nature Preserve in their own backyards. This open space is the perfect place to spend the day with your most loyal companion. Not only are there multiple paths you can follow in the park but there is also a butterfly garden area with plenty of seating. You may want to take a leash just in case you run into other people at the preserve. Furthermore, there are not a lot of amenities for dogs and their owners so make sure you take your own snacks and plenty of water.

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    Population Density 5,630/sq mi

    #3 Tempo


    The best place to take your dog for some fresh air and exercise is Tempo Park. Tempo Park is home to large grassy areas exposed to the shining sun and covered areas with picnic tables for hot or rainy days. There is also a fair number of BBQ pits and picnic tables if you want to invite some friends and cook your own dinner. Unfortunately, if you see other people, you may want to put your dog on a leash as it is not primarily a dog park. Avoid the afternoon rush by going to the park early in the morning. Luckily, the park has many amenities including restrooms and water fountains.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,881/sq mi

    #4 Roseville


    What better place to take your dog than a dog park? If you’re willing to drive a mere 4 miles to Roseville, you can take your dog to Saugstad Off Leash Dog Park. Don’t you miss seeing your dog’s happy and excited face when you take off their leash? Saugstad Off-Leash Park lets your dogs run around with abandon! It also has huge trees and grassy areas. Some pet owners take their dogs to this park not only for the beauty of the park but also so their dogs can learn how to socialize. You and your loyal companion will have a great time at Saugstad Off-Leash Park!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,217/sq mi

    #5 Fair Oaks


    Fair Oaks is only 5 miles away from Citrus Heights and it has one of the best dog parks you could hope for. Phoenix Dog Park is extremely well-maintained. It has large open grass lands separated by dog size. They also have a small area for special needs and injured dogs to play amongst themselves. In addition to the grass and trees, there is a small doggie pool for dogs to play in on hot summer days. The park also has a number of amenities for guests including doggie bags, water and seating. Spend a weekend morning at this dog park and you are guaranteed to have a pawsome day!

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