Dog Walkers in Folsom, CA

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Folsom, CA

20 Parks
5 Shops
10 Groomers

Folsom is a rapidly growing town in California, not far from the state capitol of Sacramento. The area is the capitol of dog’s hearts, however, and owners have to agree: there’s everything here you and your pup could want! With eight animal hospitals and veterinary clinics in Folsom, it’s clear that locals treat their pets like the royalty we all know they are. Start your Folsom adventure with a trip to Marly and Moo, where dogs can join you for gastropub favorites at their outdoor seats.

Tire your dog out with a good day of playing at Folsom Lake State Recreation Area! This state park provides your pet with everything they need to have a good time, featuring over 25 miles of hiking trails. Your dog must be leashed at all times, unless you’re going for a swim: as long as you’re not on a swimming beach, your dog can cool off in the water!

Accommodations will never be a problem for your pup in Folsom. The area houses several pet friendly hotels. Choose from chains like Residence Inn by Marriott and Staybridge Suites. If you’re looking for more of a regional vibe, you can try Lake Natoma Inn or Larkspur Landing Folsom. It’s important to get a good night’s rest so you can enjoy Folsom again tomorrow!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Folsom, CA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,298/sq mi

    #1 Evelyn Terrace


    Evelyn Terrace is a very residential neighborhood in Folsom. Leash up your pup and head into Ed Mitchell Park for a good, long walk. While your dog will have to stay on leash in this park, there’s more than enough room for you to get a good walk in. This park has several sports fields and tennis courts, so just walking the perimeter will be a solid walk for most dogs. You can also picnic on the grass when your walk is done. Pack your own water bowl, because the drinking fountains here are a bit tall for dogs.

    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,107/sq mi

    #2 The Parkway


    FIDO Field Dog Park, inside of the Cummings Family Park, is a great place for social dogs to romp with new friends! This wag-tail-tastic park is quite popular with the locals, and is almost always bustling with new friends. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, so your pup is never in with the wrong crowd. The dog park also has playground equipment and more. The bigger Cummings Family Park is a great place to walk shy dogs on leash if the off leash area is too crowded. These parks are a great choice for the whole family to have a putastic time! 

    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,298/sq mi

    #3 La Collina Dal Lago

    Dining with your dog is a special treat, but it doesn’t have to be a rare one in Folsom. If you’re in La Collina Dal Lago, you have options on where you’d like to dine with your dog. Start your day at The Mimosa House for an upscale breakfast experience. Dine out on the patio with your pup by your side! If you’re craving more of a late lunch or dinner option, walk a few blocks to Folsom Tap House instead. They offer a rotating selection of beer and classic gastropub food. Your dog can join you outdoors for people watching and a pleasant evening.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,588/sq mi

    #4 Folsom Ridge


    Start your day in Folsom Ridge with a trip to woofderful Lew Howard Park. Your leashed dog will love to walk the scenic paths and enjoy the trees. If they love to people watch, loop around the sports fields. Bring your own water bowl so your dog can enjoy the fountains! Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head to the neighborhood’s dog friendly dining option, Folsom Pizza & Kebab. This restaurant blends varying cuisines to put something for everyone on the menu. Dine outdoors with your dog in order to share the meal! You’re never barking up the wrong tree in Folsom Ridge.

    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,555/sq mi

    #5 Lands Of Natomas

    Lembi Park is a large park in the Lands of Natomas neighborhood. This park is perfect for anyone looking for an evening walk with their dog. The park has lights, allowing it to be open even after most of the other parks in the area have closed. Your dog will love the chance to stretch his legs as the sun goes down, and so will you! The park is also known for its sports fields and tennis courts, and it’s large enough to make walking around it a good exercise for even the most high energy dogs! Dogs must remain leashed while inside Lembi Park.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd