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Dog Areas in Roseville, CA

3 Parks
8 Eateries
19 Groomers

The Nisenan Maidu, an ancient culture, once called Roseville home. Now Roseville is home to over 100,000 people, many of whom have dogs. The city welcomes pets, offering places for them to play and places for them to stay.

Five parks located throughout the city welcome canines. Walk with your leashed dog on the trails in Maidu Dog Park, a small section of a larger park (also the site of the Maidu Museum). Or, let them run in a special fenced-in dog run at Saugstad Park. The city’s other three parks cater specifically to canines: Marco Dog Park, where you and your dogs can exercise on hilly terrain; Bear Dog Park, which has agility equipment, trails, wading pools and rinsing stations all set up for canines; and William “Bill” Hughes Dog Park, which provides water and shade trees for dogs to enjoy and even boasts a sculpture of a giant dog in a giant dog bed.

A handful of restaurants in Roseville permits pets on their patios. Sonic Drive-In, Taste of India and Jack’s Urban Eats all allow leashed pets to accompany their owners to outside tables.

Bring your dog and spend the night any of at several dog-friendly motels in Roseville, such as Best Western, Homewood Suites and the Hyatt Regency. The hotels want their guests, both human and canine, to be comfortable. Additional fees are charged for pets, and some restrictions do apply, so be sure to call ahead for details.

Whether residing in Roseville or just passing through, pet owners can rest assured their pets are welcome in this pet-friendly city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roseville, CA

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    Population Density 4,751/sq mi

    #1 Enwood

    The Enwood neighborhood of Roseville, CA is a super popular area with shopping areas and fun local eateries, and is also home to the county fairgrounds! Much of the neighborhood caters to families with dogs, with several hotels and restaurants being pet-friendly. Marco Dog Park is the neighborhood’s only dog park, but it’s enough to make your pup go mutts! The off-leash park is fully fenced and offers both flat land and hills for dogs who have extra energy and for those who want a more relaxing time at the park. The park even has water areas and small wading pools for your pooch to cool off! Visit Monk’s Cellar if you’re looking for a unique brewery and eatery – it has outdoor dog-friendly seating.
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    Population Density 3,031/sq mi

    #2 Whitney Oaks

    About 12 minutes away from Roseville is the Whitney Oaks neighborhood of Rocklin, CA. Here, you’ll find one of the most pawsome dog parks in the country, known as RRUFF Dog Park. The park is part of Johnson-Springview Park, a huge regional park with its own golf course, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and more. The dog park separates small and large dogs for safety and even has an area for special needs dogs and owners. Disabled and elderly dogs can stay extra safe in this area while feeling included in the fun! The neighborhood also has three popular breweries and let dogs join their owners – and Dragas Brewing even lets well-behaved, leashed dogs inside!
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    Population Density 3,262/sq mi

    #3 Central Rio Linda

    About 13 miles southwest of Roseville is Central Rio Linda, a muttastic neighborhood in Rio Linda. The area is filled with several communities, each with their own personality, and it also has two outdoor areas you and your pup will love. If you have some time to spare on your day off, use the Sacramento Northern Bike Trail to walk Fido along the paths and enjoy some spectacular scenery for as many miles as you want to explore. Or, you can take him for some unleashed fun at Armand Nadeau Dog Park, nestled within Westside Park. The fenced area welcomes friendly dogs and their owners and even has picnic tables to enjoy some lunch as your pooch runs his sillies off.
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    Population Density 841/sq mi

    #4 Natomas Crossing

    A 24-minute drive from Roseville brings you to Natomas Crossing in Sacramento. The suburban neighborhood has plenty of shopping areas and is close to a mall for ultimate convenience. As a bonus for dog owners, it has its own park for pooches, the Tanzanite Community Dog Park. The off-leash park is two acres full of grass, with water features for cooling off your pup and benches for owner seating. You can also take your dog to PetSmart, where you can find just about anything his heart desires. Hankering for some Mexican food? Rubio’s Mexican Restaurant welcomes your pup on its outdoor patio.
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    Population Density 892/sq mi

    #5 North Natomas

    North Natomas is about three minutes longer of a drive from Roseville than Natomas Crossing, but it’s a neighborhood you won’t want to miss if you’re a dog parent. This area has two dog parks within a couple of minutes of each other. Valley Oak Dog Park is on the northern end of the neighborhood and features two separate areas for small and large dogs, plus seating and water areas for cooling off. North Natomas Regional Dog Park sits within North Natomas Regional Park, a huge area with play areas, an amphitheater, and more. The dog park is fenced in so you can let your pup loose to explore. If you’re hungry, take pooch to Bella Bru Café, a local eatery with outdoor seating for dogs and their owners.
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