top 10 dog parks in sacramento
Partner Park Dog Park: is an off-leash area in Sacramento, made for all dogs to frolic and play. At this dog park, there is no separate section for smaller breeds.
Lynn Robie Dog Park :In the neighborhood of Pocket Sacramento, Lynn Robie Dog Park is one of the best off-leash areas nearby. This dog park has a section for both larger and smaller dogs.
University Dog Park:An off-leash area for all dogs, University Dog Park is always an exciting trip for your pooch. This dog park has two separate areas.
Greens Dog Park:was not originally designed to be a dog park, but it was given special privileges by the city of Sacramento to be used as an off-leash area for training, socialization.
Sutter’s Landing Dog Park: is an extremely large 166-acre park with bike trails, sports courts, a skate park, and a dog park to let your pup run off-leash.
Glenbrook Dog Park: is a 1-acre off-leash area for your pooch to play, located in the neighborhood Glenbrook Park. This dog park is fully fenced off, with dirt and grass surfacing.
Bannon Creek Dog Park: is a 0.6-acre triangular-shaped area so dogs can burn some energy off-leash. No separate area for smaller dogs exists at this park.
Howe Ave Park Dog Park: has a variety of amenities like tennis courts barbecue areas grassy fields and a walking trail. The park also has a dog park with separate areas for smaller and larger breeds.
Truitt Bark Park:First opening in 2017, Truitt Bark Park is a friendly neighborhood dog park in the Central area of Sacramento. A convenient dog park within the city.
The Local Bark Park: is a members-only dog park and bar found near the neighborhood of Belvedere, Sacramento. All dogs that visit must be fully vaccinated and be on their best behavior.