If you’re looking for a dog park that’s more than just a dog park, RRUFF Dog Park is the place for you and your pooch. Located on 5th Street in Rocklin, California, on an acre of land, RRUFF Dog Park is open from sunrise to sunset year-round and has no admission fee. RRUFF Dog Park has separate areas for small dogs and large dogs, as well as an area especially for people or dogs with special needs or who are shy. The park is covered in playground fiber, has several benches, and agility equipment. RRUFF Dog Park also offers weekly training classes and has a training site for service dogs of disabled veterans. This dog park is located within Johnson-Springview Park, which has disc golf, tennis, skateboarding, BBQs, a children’s playground, evening outings, as well as Woofstock and other events.
If you’re willing travel a short four miles, Roseville, California, also has a few dog parks your canine companion is sure to enjoy. Bear Dog Park on Pleasant Grove Boulevard is one of these parks. Bear Dog Park is completely fenced in, meaning your dog can play off-leash while you stay worry-free on one of the park’s several benches. Your dog will be giddy playing on the agility equipment, splashing in the wading pools, getting clean at the dog wash, and exploring trails with her human.
Another dog park in Roseville is William “Bill” Hughes Dog Park on Parkside Way. Although this dog park isn’t huge, dog owners agree that there is plenty of room for dogs to run off their extra energy. William “Bill” Hughes Dog Park has a small dog area, fresh drinking water, and plenty of shade trees to keep even the most rambunctious of dogs cool on hot days.