Dog Parks in Sacramento, California

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October 28, 2009
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If you’re headed around California’s capital with your dog, there are many options to enjoy yourself with your dog. The city has a fine assortment of off-leash dog parks.

All of the following parks are fenced and double-gated for safety.

Regency Community Park-Dog Park

This 2-acre off-leash park is located within Regency Community Park. It has trees, turf, decomposed granite areas, a drinking fountain and benches.

Sutters Landing Park-Dog Park

This is a 2.5 acre off-leash area . It is a new park that comes with separate areas for big and small dogs, benches, shade, umbrellas and drinking fountains. There are some small trees, and it is a good place to catch the sunset.

graniteGranite Park

This off-leash dog park is located within Granite Regional Park. The dog park is open from 5:00 AM-10:00 PM daily, and comes with lights, water for dogs and turf. The greater park has a lake, trails, horseshoe pit, a picnic area and a skate park.

Bannon Creek Dog Park

This is a small dog park of .6 acres, located in greater Bannon Creek Park. It also has benches and water for dogs. It is open daily from 5:00 AM-10:00 PM. The rest of the park includes nice trees, a bike trail, a nature area, children’s play area and a group picnic area.

Glenbrook Dog Park

This is a new 1-acre dog park located within Glenbrook Park, behind the little league courts. The dog area contains a drinking fountain for dogs, a long run turf area with shade trees, a shade canopy over the seating area, benches and even picnic tables. The greater park contains sports fields, a gazebo, restrooms and drinking fountains.

Jacinto Creek Park-Dog Park

This is a 2-acre dog park that is within Jacinto Creek Park. It has a drinking fountain for dogs, an obstacle course for dogs, benches, turf and decomposed granite areas. The greater park contains walkways, sports fields and a restroom.

Partner Park

This is a 2.5-acre dog park that is open daily from 5:00 AM-10:00 PM. It has lights and benches, and has grassy hills for dogs to run around on.

Tanzanite Community Park

This is a 2-acre dog park that contains a drinking fountain for dogs, turf, native grass areas, trees and benches. The greater park contains a skate park, restroom, BBQ stands, a lake, sports fields and a playground.

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