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Dog Areas in Gold River

2 Parks
4 Eateries

If you live in Gold River, you know how many fun things there are to do here with dogs! This California town has two parks that welcome dogs, delicious dog-friendly restaurants, and one highly-rated veterinary clinic. If you want to go on a great day trip with your dog, Sacramento is just 18 miles away.

If you’re searching for a furrific place to take your dog an on-leash stroll, try Sunrise Recreation Area. This recreation area is just three miles from Gold River, and it has a beautiful waterside walking trail. This trail provides great views of the American River, and there are also plenty of benches along the way where you can relax with your dog. You and your dog will both have fun walking here!

Folsom Parkway Rail-Trail is another woofderful place to take your dog for an on-leash stroll. This trail takes you through Folsom, which is five miles from Gold River. As you walk along the 2.9-mile trail, you’ll pass through beautiful wooded areas, and you’ll also go past picturesque ponds and creeks. Bring water and doggy bags, and enjoy hiking here.

Gold River and its surrounding towns are filled with parks, restaurants, and shops you and your dog will both love. When you’re in Gold River, you’ll never have to worry about running out of things to do with your dog! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gold River

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,580/sq mi

    #1 Promontory Point


    Promontory Point is home to Gold Station Park, a pawesome place to take your dog for an on-leash walk. This four-acre park has a paved path where you can take your dog for strolls. This path takes you past the park’s playground, multi-use field, and picnic area. Bring doggy bags and water with you, and have a grrreat time in this neighborhood park with your best furry friend. If you’d like to get a bite to eat after the park, head to Rubio’s Coastal Grill. Sit at one of their fifteen dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy their delicious seafood and Mexican-inspired dishes.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,298/sq mi

    #2 Creekside


    When you’re in Creekside, you won’t want to miss North Natomas Regional Dog Park. This park is 24 miles from Gold River, and it features separate fenced areas for large dogs and small dogs that weigh 25 pounds or less. Both areas have large grassy fields, and they have benches for owners to sit on. If your dog needs a drink while they’re playing, a water station is available. If all this playing makes you and your dog hungry, check out Bella Bru Café. Dogs are welcome on this restaurant’s patio, and your server will bring your dog a water bowl. While your dog enjoys their water, you can dine on pizzas, steaks, pasta dishes, and more.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,509/sq mi

    #3 Midtown


    Located 16 miles from Gold River, Midtown is an urban Sacramento neighborhood with tons to offer its furry residents and visitors. If you’re looking for a furrific off-leash area for your dog, check out Truitt Bark Park. This dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and both areas feature granite surfaces. There’s also a doggy water fountain available in the park. If you want to get your dog a special treat after the park, head to Paws and the Palette Dog Bakery. This bakery sells vegan dog treats, cakes, and dog toys. Your dog will love shopping here!

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    Population Density 2,709/sq mi

    #4 Folsom Lake State Recreation Area


    If you’re looking for a puptastic place to hike with your dog, try Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. Located 10 miles from Gold River, this huge recreation area has 95 miles of trails. If you’d like to go on a long hike along Folsom Lake, try the 13.1-mile Browns Ravine South Shore Trail or the 5.5-mile Johnny Cash Trail. Or, if you’re looking for a shorter waterside hike, hop on the 2.8-mile Middleridge Trail or the 2.7-mile Avery’s Pond Trail. With so many different trails to explore, you and your dog will never have to worry about running out of fun things to do at this recreation area!

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    Population Density 3,094/sq mi

    #5 Blue Oaks


    Blue Oaks is home to the always-fun Hughes Dog Park. This dog park is 18 miles from Gold River, and it has two separate areas: one for big dogs and one for small dogs. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available in the park. After your dog is finished playing, put their leash back and take them for a stroll on one of Hughes Park’s beautiful paved walking trails. If you’d like to get a bite to eat with your dog after your walk, head to Legends & Heroes Sports Bar & Grill. Sit at one of their twenty pet-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy pizzas, burgers, wings, and tacos.

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