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Dog Areas in Lincoln, CA

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The city of Lincoln, California is located in Placer County, California, and it's home to nearly 50,000 people. Lincoln has been growing rapidly since 2000, and with all of that expansion came plenty of new entertainment and recreation opportunities in the city. This expansion has included the addition of several city parks. There are 18 city parks in Lincoln, including one off-leash park so your dog can run and play freely without having to make a long drive. There are also a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in Lincoln, and you'll never run out of pawportunities to spend time with your pooch!

One such dog-friendly restaurant in town is called Awful Annie's, but it's anything but awful! Located on Lincoln Boulevard in a quaint part of the city, Awful Annie's has become a staple in the community, and it's known for offering its visitors hearty breakfast and lunch options in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Awful Annie's has dog-friendly tables where you can dig into dishes like their ultimate grilled cheese sandwich, blueberry pancakes, waffles, steak and eggs, and much more. Once you're done your meal, you and your pup can head to the local dog park, or make the short drive to one of several nearby dog parks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lincoln, CA

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    Population Density 7,141/sq mi

    #1 Central Lincoln

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    Lincoln's own dog park is located in Auburn Ravine Park and Preserve, which is a 60-acre space that includes workout stations, a multi-use trail system, a variety of vegetation and wildlife, and an off-leash dog park! The Auburn Ravine Dog Park is a well-maintained off-leash space that includes big and small dog areas. There's a water fountain for pet parents outside of the dog park, and within the dog park, you'll find water for dogs, shade, seating, and waste disposal items. If you'd like to explore the miles of trails within Auburn Ravine Park with your dog, you're welcome to do so if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 253/sq mi

    #2 North Natomas

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    North Natomas is an area of northern Sacramento, California, and it's about a half-hour drive from Lincoln. The North Natomas Regional Off-leash Dog Park is a pawpular off-leash dog park that includes a two-acre section for big dogs, and a separate half-acre section just for little dogs. The park is clean and safe and it's set up perfectly for dogs who love to play fetch. North Natomas Dog Park has drinking water and bowls for dogs, as well as a variety of trees to provide shade and several benches. The rest of North Natomas Regional Park has other activities your family can enjoy, like a swimming pool, a farmers market, and a variety of trails.
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    Population Density 2,584/sq mi

    #3 Fair Oaks Heights

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    Phoenix Dog Park is located in western Fair Oaks, California, and it's less than 20 miles from Lincoln. This off-leash dog park is nearly two acres in size, and it features three separate areas: one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and a third area for shy, elderly, or less socialized dogs. In addition to these areas, the park has two separate entrances to make it easy and safe to access the park. The park has a hose to supply dogs with fresh water, and there are bowls, benches, and waste disposal supplies in the park, too. Some visitors note there isn't an abundance of shade in Phoenix Dog Park, so keep that in mind before you visit on an especially hot day.
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    Population Density 4,387/sq mi

    #4 Oak Avenue Estates

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    Citrus Heights, California is a city in Sacramento County with a population of more than 80,000 people. It's only a 20-minute drive from Lincoln, and in northeastern Citrus Heights, you'll find the C-Bar-C Dog Park. This two-acre dog park opened in 2000, and it has big and small dog sections. Within those two acres, you'll also find water spigots and bowls, benches, waste disposal supplies, and there are often plastic pools set up for dogs to cool off in. The rest of C-Bar-C Park has other activities you can enjoy with your dog, but they must be on a leash in all other areas of the park.
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    Population Density 108/sq mi

    #5 Sun City

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    If you drive 15 minutes south of Lincoln, you'll arrive in western Roseville, California, and the area known as Sun City. This is where you'll find Mahany Park, a large city park with all sorts of activities, like playgrounds, sports fields, tennis courts, water activities, and an off-leash dog park! Bear Dog Park at Mahany Park features a section for dogs who weigh 20 pounds and under, a section for bigger dogs, and a third section with wading pools so dogs can cool off on hot days. The park also has agility equipment, a dog rinsing station, drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and lots of seating for pet parents.
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