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Dog Areas in Loomis

2 Parks
2 Trails
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Sunny, safe, and family-friendly, Loomis, CA was named as a result of misdirected mail. In the late nineteenth century, the town’s former name, Pino, was constantly confused with Reno, Nevada, and letters and packages kept ending up on the wrong side of the mountains! Eventually, the name was changed to honor pioneer James Loomis -- who, at one point, was saloon keeper, railway agent, express agent and postmaster at the same time! These days, Loomis is mostly known as a small, quiet town with a strong community spirit -- the town’s motto is, "A Small Town is Like A Big Family," and it shows! Loomis might be small, but there’s still room for a veterinary clinic, and emergency services are available in nearby Sacramento.

There’s no designated dog park in Loomis, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! Loomis Basin Community Park is a lovely little spot for a leashed walk, and it’s pretty pawpular with local dog owners. You’ll find a couple of doggy dining options in town, too -- The Ugly Mug Cafe is a furrific spot for brunch, and they cater to canines outside. You might need to drive a little to get the best for your buddy, but don’t worry- you’ll find plenty of off-leash exercise options in the surrounding area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Loomis

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,723/sq mi

    #1 Rocklin City Center

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    RRUFF Dog Park in Rocklin is just four miles from downtown Loomis, so it’d be a huge faux paw not to check it out! Proximity isn’t all this dog run has going for it, though -- not only does it have a separate area for small dogs, but there’s one for pooches with special needs, too, so every pup has a chance to play. Fitter furry friends will also be glad to know that there’s a doggy obstacle course, and the park is well-shaded, so your fur-ball can leap about to their heart’s content without you worrying about them overheating in the California sun!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,504/sq mi

    #2 Lead Hill

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    If you and your pooch are looking for some variety in your off-leash exercise, why not take the trip to Roseville and check out Marco Dog Park? This pawesome park is huge -- there’s room enough here for even the most energetic pup to tire themselves out in. Like the dog run in Rocklin, this one is shaded by mature trees, but unlike the Rocklin park, there’s no small dog area, so be mindful of your pup’s temperament. Bags and water are provided, and as an added bonus, there are a couple of kiddie pools, so your buddy can splash about and cool down after their workout!
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    Population Density 803/sq mi

    #3 La Collina Dal Lago

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    Make no bones about it -- if your pooch loves hiking, they’ll go wild for a visit to Folsom Lake State Recreation Area! Most of the trails in the area are flat, so a trip here is suitable for everyone from the most athletic animals to the most committed couch pup-tatoes! The Oak Nature trail is a great spot for a leashed stroll and boasts some gorgeous views of the lake. The park also has access to the American River Trail, a paved 32-mile stretch that wanders through several Sacramento County towns. Careful, though -- the routes here are popular with cyclists, so keep an eye out for speeding bikes!
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    Population Density 390/sq mi

    #4 Hidden Falls Regional Park

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    If you and your pooch are looking to get back to nature, Hidden Falls Regional Park in Auburn is a pawfect place to do so! There are miles of trails here for you and your buddy to sniff and explore, with difficulty levels ranging from moderate to challenging. Most all of them run through wooded wonderland and along burbling streams and creeks, so you’re sure to find nice scenery whichever you choose! It’s well worth hiking all the way to the falls if you can, though -- the views are absolutely breathtaking. Remember to bring your own waste bags and water!
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    Population Density 1,518/sq mi

    #5 Granite Bay

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    Your four-legged pal is sure to go barking mad for a treat from The Doggie Bag in Granite Bay! This unique pet boutique stocks everything from healthy everyday rewards to more occasional indulgences, like special doggy cupcakes and cookies. They also sell all-natural organic pet food, and fashion conscious pooches might want to take in their wide range of accessories. Of course, owners need to eat, too, so afterward you two can chow down at Farmhaus. A relatively new restaurant, Farmhaus is quickly becoming well-known for their salad bowls, and they cater to canines on their outdoor patio.

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