Dog walking in Yankee Jims

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My friends always joke that I cary bacon in my pocket at all times because animals always seem to be drawn to me. I enjoy this reputation because the only thing that I love more than the outdoors is animals, especially dogs. I have a 5-year-old male Maltese named Albus and he's my baby. All through high school and college I pet sat for several families multiple times a year and loved it. And, of course, I had pet dogs growing up. A Dalmatian named Chip and a Yorkie named Lilly

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Hi! My name is Kat, and I am a badass dog walker! I have grown up with pets and been taking care of dogs my entire life. I work with wildlife (birds) for a living, and am an all-around animal lover and active adventurer. I am also an observant and detail-oriented care-taker, and am great and interacting with and understanding animals. I can't wait to hang out and explore with your pooch!

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Dog Walking in Yankee Jims

Yankee Jims is a small community in Placer County, California. Unsurprisingly, there aren't many dog-friendly things to do here. But don't fret just yet! Yankee Jims is conveniently located within close proximity to dog parks, state parks, dog-friendly restaurants, and so much more!

Hidden Falls Regional Park is a 1,200-acre regional park in Auburn. In the park, there are 30 miles of multi-use trails, including natural surface trails for hiking, running, biking and equestrian riding. There are also two observation decks for viewing the 30+ foot waterfalls and riparian habitat along several creeks, picnic areas, swimming areas, and fishing access. The park asks that you keep dogs under control and on a maximum six-foot leash.

Katrina's Cafe in Auburn serves breakfast all day. They have an expansive selection of omelets, Belgian waffles, pancakes, and French toast. Not a breakfast person? Check out any of their delicious options of hot sandwiches, burgers, or their famous fruit salad!

Bootleggers Old Town Tavern & Grill is a casual bar and eatery that serves up a variety of tasty contemporary American dishes. Fido is welcome to join you at one of their eight pet-friendly outdoor tables while you enjoy your meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yankee Jims

Whitney Oaks

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,031 per sq. mi.

Whitney Oaks

48

A little over 29 miles from Yankee Jims is the Whitney Oaks neighborhood of Rocklin, CA. This is quite the pup-ular area for dogs and their owners, especially because the RRUFF Dog Park is here, located within Johnson Springview Park. This off-leash park accommodates dogs (and owners) with special needs, and even has a separate area for them to ensure their safety. You can also enjoy some pet-friendly restaurants in Whitney Oaks, like Dragas Brewing, at which local food trucks often stop by for a wide variety of eats. The pub has some of the area’s most favorite beverages on tap. Your leashed dog can even join you inside!

North Auburn

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
748 per sq. mi.

North Auburn

36

Yankee Jims is a small, rural community near Sierra Nevada. You may need to drive around a bit to find some dog-friendly areas, but fortunately, there are plenty in several directions! North Auburn in Auburn, CA is just under 18 miles from Yankee Jims. In addition to having some dog-friendly hotels, the area also has a dog park within Ashford Park, known as Ashley Memorial Dog Park. The fenced-in park features separate areas for small and large dogs, obstacles for agility, and even some rocks to climb on. On the northern end of the area is Christian Valley Park, where your leashed dog is free to join you to walk along the trails or play in the creek.

Coloma

24
Population Density
116 per sq. mi.

Coloma

24

Coloma is about 30 miles from Yankee Jims and is a rural town that’s not separated into neighborhoods. The area is great for some unique outdoor adventures with your pup. Marshall Gold State Historic Park welcomes dogs on their leashes on several of its trails. Aside from beautiful views and catching some of the area’s history, you can also explore some wildlife, local events, and more here. The neighborhood is also the home of Sierra Rizing, a popular bakery in the area that serves up delectable sweet treats and delicious sandwiches and wraps and welcomes your dog at paw-friendly outdoor tables.

The Oaks

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,137 per sq. mi.

The Oaks

12

Just over 40 miles from Yankee Jims is The Oaks in Grass Valley, CA. This neighborhood and its surrounding areas have plenty of hotels for dogs and their owners if you are just passing through. It also hosts a fenced-in dog park within Condon Park called Dogs Run Free of Nevada County. This park has a separate area for small dogs or those who aren’t yet accustomed to large groups of dogs. You won’t quickly run out of options for food in this neighborhood because there are several restaurants that will welcome your pup. Tofanelli’s Restaurant is one of them, with occasional nights of live music and some delicious food. You can eat with your pooch on the outdoor patio!

Martinsburg

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
247 per sq. mi.

Martinsburg

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About 46 miles from Yankee Jims is Martinsburg in Penn Valley, CA. Although it’s a bit of a drive, the rural area has what you need if you’re craving an outdoor excursion with your best pal. Western Gateway Dog Park is a fenced-in, 2-acre park within the Western Gateway Park. It features convenient doggie bags for waste and shady spots for owners. You can also bring your leashed dog to the main park to walk the trails or splash in the creek. Blue Cow Deli sits right outside of the park, so if you get hungry, head there with your pup for a sandwich, salad, and more. Your dog is welcome on the outside patio.

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