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Dog Areas in Meadow Vista

Meadow Vista is a census-designated place in Placer County, California, and it's also part of the Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville Metropolitan Statistical Area. (Try saying that 5 times fast!) More than 3,000 people live in Meadow Vista, and the close-knit community hosts several activities each year. Whether it's a Mother's Day Brunch, Oktoberfest, Easter Egg Hunts, or Pioneer Day activities, there is always something going on in Meadow Vista, and it's a wonderful place to raise a family. Meadow Vista is also ideally positioned to avoid the scorching summer heat some of Sacramento Valley experiences, and it's close enough to the High Sierra Nevada Mountains that it gets a light dusting of snow in the winter. You'll love exploring Meadow Vista with your dog, and luckily, there's no shortage of dog-friendly activities nearby!

The Ashley Memorial Dog Park at Ashford Park in northeastern Auburn, California is only a ten-minute drive from Meadow Vista. This spacious off-leash dog park has separate areas for big and small dogs, and there is also a water feature where dogs can cool off and play in the water. You'll also find hoses and dog bowls, waste disposal supplies, and plenty of seating for pet parents. This is just one of several off-leash dog parks near Meadow Vista that you and your dog will love.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Meadow Vista

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    Population Density 1,719/sq mi

    #1 Auburn Ravine

    In about half an hour, you and Sparky can drive to the Auburn Ravine Dog Park in central Lincoln, California. This dog park is situated in the center of a suburban area, and there's lots of parking surrounding the dog park. As you walk to the dog park, you'll go through scenic wooded areas and small wetlands. Auburn Ravine Dog Park is separated into different areas for dogs of different sizes, and there are double-gated entry systems to stop brave dogs from making a break for it. You'll find drinking water for dogs and waste disposal supplies in the park, and there are seating and shaded areas, too.
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    Population Density 4,263/sq mi

    #2 Blue Oaks

    Roseville is the largest city in Placer County, and the northern quadrant of town is less than a half-hour drive from Meadow Vista. This is where you'll find the Hughes Park Off-Leash Dog Park, which has a big dog section and a separate small dog area. There is one water source available, but you'll find doggy bowls on both sides of the park. The grass is well-maintained, and there is plenty of shade to keep guests comfortable on hot days. The rest of Hughes Park is also dog-friendly if your dog is on a leash, and it includes tennis courts, playgrounds, and picnic areas.
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    Population Density 108/sq mi

    #3 Sun City

    There's another dog park in Roseville that's less than 30 miles from Meadow Vista, and this one can be found in the western Roseville area known as Sun City. The Bear Dog Park at Mahany Park was named after the city's first K-9 police dog, and it includes big and small dog sections. Both sections have agility equipment, walking trails, and seating. Often, you'll find plastic pools set up for dogs to splash around in, and there are also dog wash stations to clean up your dog before you head home. The park is open from sunrise to one hour after sunset, and it also includes drinking water and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 1,140/sq mi

    #4 The Oaks

    Grass Valley is a city in western Nevada County, California and the southwestern edge of the city is about 28 miles from Meadow Vista. This is where you'll find the dog park known as Dogs Run Free. It's located within Condon Park, and the off-leash area is a 1.7-acre space with a separate enclosure for small or shy dogs. Volunteers keep this park well-maintained and clean, and you'll be warmly welcomed by the regulars. There's agility equipment positioned throughout the park, and you'll also find drinking water and waste disposal supplies. To keep human guests comfortable, there are plenty of shaded areas and benches.
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    Population Density 678/sq mi

    #5 Martinsburg

    Western Gateway Park is an 88-acre space in northern Penn Valley, California and it's less than 30 miles from Meadow Vista. This city park also has a dog park, and the Western Gateway Dog Park is a favorite among locals and visitors. The Western Gateway Dog Park is a two-acre dog park with four separate exercise enclosures. Different areas have different surfaces to accommodate dogs who love to climb, and softer surfaces for dogs who enjoy running. Each section has water for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating. The dog park is open daily from sunrise to sunset, and it runs on donations and is maintained by volunteers.
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