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Dog Areas in Newcastle, CA

Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills just 31 miles northeast of Sacramento sits the town of Newcastle, California. The town was founded in the 19th century, and today, more than 1,200 people live there. Living in Newcastle means you get the best of both worlds: you're not far from the amenities of a big city, but you get to head home to the quiet tranquility of a small town each day. You also get to live in the glorious California climate and enjoy the sunshine and palm trees. Dog owners will love living in Newcastle because there's so much green space to enjoy, and you won't often find yourself stuck inside due to bad weather!

While there are several spots in Newcastle for on-leash dog walking, there's also a dog park less than seven miles away in northeastern Auburn, California. The Ashley Memorial Dog Park at Ashford Park is often referred to as the cleanest dog park locals have ever been to! There's a separate small dog section included in the park, as well as a waterfall for dogs to cool off in on hot days. You'll also find drinking water and bowls for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating at Ashley Memorial Dog Park. You and your pooch are going to love exploring all of the dog-friendly activities near Newcastle!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newcastle, CA

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    Population Density 2,192/sq mi

    #1 Lead Hill

    Lead Hill is an area of south-central Roseville, California that's less than a 15-minute drive from Newcastle. This area is where you'll find the Marco Dog Park, and it's the pawfect place to spend a couple of hours with your dog. This off-leash park doesn't separate dogs by size, but there's plenty of space for all dogs to have fun. Marco Dog Park was named after a local police dog, and it's open daily from sunrise until one hour after sunset. There are water fountains, seating, and waste disposal supplies, and there are also wading pools set up where you'll find dogs cooling off and splashing around.
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    Population Density 4,319/sq mi

    #2 Antelope Creek

    Rocklin is a city in Placer County, California, and it's one of the closest towns to Newcastle. The southwestern quadrant of Rocklin is where the RRUFF Dog Park can be found, and it's sure to become a new favorite in no time! Located in the Johnson Springview Park, the RRUFF Dog Park has three separate areas: one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one for special needs dogs. There's also a selection of agility equipment in the park, as well as wading pools. This clean and well-maintained off-leash park also has drinking water for dogs, picnic tables, and shade, as well as waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 2,168/sq mi

    #3 Fair Oaks Heights

    The community of Fair Oaks Heights in eastern Fair Oaks, California is less than 20 miles from Newcastle. Right beside Fair Oaks Heights, you'll see the Phoenix Dog Park, and this spacious dog park has three separate enclosures. There's one area for large dogs, one for small dogs, and a third section for injured or shy dogs. The Phoenix Dog Park is known for being frequented by friendly dogs and their humans, so you and your pet are sure to make new friends in no time. There is also a hose and water bowls at the park, as well as seating areas and doggy bags.
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    Population Density 8,895/sq mi

    #4 Farmette Hills

    Just west of the Farmette Hills area of Citrus Heights, California sits the C-Bar-C Dog Park, and it's less than a 20-minute drive from Newcastle. This fenced, off-leash space has a double-gated entry system as well as big and small dog sections and water play features. Your dog can also show off on the selection of agility equipment, or cool off in one of the little plastic pools throughout the park. There are also water buckets set up around the park that visitors keep filled. This beautiful park runs entirely on donations, and there's a donation box at the park's entrance if you'd like to contribute.
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    Population Density 1,872/sq mi

    #5 Auburn Ravine

    Ten miles west of Newcastle is the Auburn Ravine Dog Park in central Lincoln, California. The dog park is surrounded by well-maintained suburban homes as well as several paths leading through wetlands into the dog park. The off-leash area is connected to the trail so that you can get a nice on-leash walk in with your dog before the dog park. Inside the Auburn Ravine Dog Park, there are separate sections for big and small dogs. There are water stations and plastic pools set up in the park, and as an added safety measure, the entrance is double-gated. There are also two parking lots conveniently leading to the dog park. 
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