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Dog Areas in Sacramento

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3 Trails
3 Shops
59 Eateries
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Are you looking for a safe place for your dog to run around, but are nervous about the bigger or rowdier dogs spooking your pooch? Then you need to check out North Natomas Regional Dog Park on New Market Drive. Open from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. every day, North Natomas has a two-acre area for dogs over 25 pounds and a half-acre area for smaller and/or more timid dogs. Both areas are completely fenced in, so your dog can run without the restriction of a pesky leash. Waste stations and water bowls are provided.

Does your dog and your child need to run off some extra energy? Jacinto Creek Dog Park is the place for you. Just steps away from this dog park is a playground for children, so you can keep an eye on your tike while playing with your pooch. Jacinto Creek Dog Park is open from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., is free to enter, and is complete with water spigots and an obstacle course. By the time the day is done, your bundles of energy will be all tuckered out!

Also, open from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. is Partner Dog Park on South Land Park Drive. Partner Dog Park is a spacious, completely fenced-in park that glides over two beautiful acres. Enjoy the abundant shade and soft, needle-coated ground the park’s pines offer, as well as benches, a water fountain just for canines, and waste bags.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sacramento

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    Population Density 9,530/sq mi

    #1 Midtown

    Do you and your pooch enjoy historic areas with an artsy vibe? Then you two will love the Midtown neighborhood in Sacramento. There’s no question as to why dog lovers and their pups are howling about Midtown. Maybe it’s because of Midtown’s popular Paws and The Palette Dog Bakery and Boutique. This doggy bakery and boutique offers amazing treats for your dog including everything from birthday cakes to toys and gifts. It’s like your dog’s own personal shopping experience! From shopping to tree-lined sidewalks, there’s always something for you and your pooch to discover in Midtown.
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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #2 Granite Regional Park

    The Granite Regional Park in Sacramento is pawsome for any family with a dog! When the weather is nice, you will often find local residents and their tail waggin’ friends at the Granite Dog Park. It’s 2 acres of fenced-in fun pawfect for off-leash romping and playing. That’s not the only dog park the area offers, though. Right up the road you will find the Power Inn Dog Park. You’ll find grass and dirt at this popular off leash dog park! So, make sure you bring a towel or two to lay in your car. Unless you don’t mind a muddy paw print or four! Granite Regional Park in Sacramento is dog and family friendly -- you can’t beat that!
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    Population Density 4,220/sq mi

    #3 Land Park


    The Land Park neighborhood in the Sacramento area is a dream come true for dog owners and their tail wagging pals! The William Land Regional Park has over 160 acres of fun that is perfect for families and pups. There are jogging paths and lakes, as well as super fun family activities like Fairytale Town, Funderland, Sacramento Zoo. This park is also host of the popular “Doggy Dash”, a fun-filled annual event held at the park. While here, you and your pooch can stop in at Burgess Brothers Burgers for a bite to eat in their dog-friendly outdoor area. Land Park in Sacramento is a super choice for families with dogs!

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    Population Density 9,140/sq mi

    #4 Natomas Park

    Natomas Park is a beautiful neighborhood in Sacramento that is both dog and family friendly. You’ll find most Natomas Park residents with their four legged best friend hanging out at the North Natomas Regional Dog Park. This dog area has 2 acres of fenced-in, off-leash fun for pups over 25 pounds, as well as a half acre that is fenced in for smaller and timid pups. Plus, benches are handy for dog owners to sit back and relax while their pooch frolicks and plays. You’re also guaranteed to get a tail wag or two if you stop in at the Bella Bru Cafe. You and your pup can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner in Bella Bru Cafe’s spacious outdoor seating area.
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    Population Density 8,500/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    The Downtown area is a go-to dog-friendly destination for Sacramento residents. If you have a smaller pooch, you and your dog can enjoy a carriage ride with Carriage Rides in Old Town. You and your dog will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of the historic area of Sacramento. In October, you’ll find locals and their four-legged friends at the annual DogFest Walk ‘N Stroll Sacramento. The Doggy Dash is another pawpular annual event, held every June at the William Land Park. While in Downtown Sacramento, make sure you and your pup stop by Dog Gone Licious Boutique. You’ll love the atmosphere of this organic and natural pet boutique. It’s the perfect dog-friendly shopping experience for you and your pooch.

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