Located at an elevation of more than 1,526 feet, Oregon House is a tiny community in Yuba County, California. One of the highest dams in the world, New Bullards Bar Dam, is ruffly 6 miles away from here. Oregon House is perfect if you love camping with Fido; however, for other activities, get ready to travel! What you don’t need to travel far for is vet help -- the local animal hospital will take care of any misfortune.
You will find Collins Lake just west, which is an amazingly popular place for camping complete with RV hookups. Pooches are welcome everywhere as long as they stay leashed. Cook some juicy sausages on the grill, take part in a fishing competition, picnic in the shade, or just enjoy the beach area which features about 12 miles of shoreline! Want to roam a bit? Hit the walking trails! Some are paved while others feature natural terrain, so you're sure to find a path to suit your needs and preferences.
Care for some healthy grub and a cup of coffee? Sergio’s Caffé in Grass Valley has a comfortable outdoor patio where Fido can join you and even get a free bowl of water! A guaranteed barkvelous experience for both of you!
Golden Oaks is a small independent community located one mile west of Grass Valley, California. Your pup will rave about Dogs Run Free -- yes, that’s the name of the park! Located in the heart of the neighborhood, the park is a safe place to let your buddy run free and play. If you're just passing through this area, it's also a great place to stretch your legs. The park is covered in mulch and is open to the general public for free; however, donations are accepted and appreciated. Condon Park – the area where Dogs Run Free is located – also has an extensive network of walking trails, which you may want to check out on-leash.
The western part of Oroville is outlined by Montgomery Street, overlooking Feather River near Riverbend Park. Like most riverfront communities, this one is pawfect for mindful riverfront walks along the trails. Riverbend Park is worth exploring as well. You'll need to keep Fido on-leash until you reach Pat Alley Memorial Dog Park. Erected in honor of a local pet expert who raised and trained more than 30 dogs, the place is perfectly organized for pooches’ needs. Three sections offer space for small and large mutts, and those who need some training with their parents. Don't forget water and waste bags!
Although the North Central Lincoln neighborhood lies more than 67 miles away from Oregon House, you will not regret the time spent on the road when you arrive! Not far from the unincorporated community of Clayton, the area features several public parks (Joiner Park has a wonderful wetland area!) and small shopping venues. Foskett Regional Complex is a 42-acre park which your pup will love! Apart from the main area, the park has a designated doggy spot where canines can go wild off-leash. You will find Foskett Dog Park at the northeastern corner of the park. This fenced park with a snifftastic sandy covering is a barkvelous spot to play for as long as you like!
If you're in Lincoln, don’t forget to check out another pet-friendly neighborhood close to Central Lincoln. Ravine Meadows is a small community overlooking Auburn Ravine. The calm stream of the creek will lead you to Auburn Ravine Park, located on Green Ravine Drive and Moore Road. This is a vast nature preserve with acres of open spaces and beautiful landscapes. And that’s not all! Auburn Ravine Dog Park is a furrific place to have some off-leash fun. Active canines can run and play in the main area, but if your buddy is a little shy, you may want to leash up and explore the walking trail behind the park.
Bogue Ranch is an independent community in the southern part of Yuba City, right between Golden State Highway and Feather River. It’s a great mix of rural environment and modern amenities, including markets and eateries. Your puppy will love Off the Leash Dog Park at Wild River Drive. What do you think a good dog park should consist of? Two sections, one for small puppies and another for large canines? Check. Benches? Check. Drinking water? Check! Off-the Leash Dog Park has all of this and even a little bit more. The walking loop around perimeter is a wonderful attraction for pups who love to sniff and explore!