32 Dog Parks in the Sacramento Area, Mapped
Our hometown is no stranger to dogs. In fact, with more than 30 dog parks in the Sacramento area, we’d say this is a pretty dog-friendly place to live. Our communities offer beautiful fenced areas available year-round and several unfenced spaces where your dog can play freely.
We rounded up some of the region’s best to ensure your next outing is the best one yet. Use our map below to track down the park nearest you, then scroll down to find specific information on each one, listed in alphabetical order.
If you’re looking for even more local dog resources check out our complete guide, The Ultimate Dog Owner’s Guide to Sacramento, which includes information on local food stores, dog walkers, veterinarians, trainers and more.
Aspen Greenbelt | Davis
Approximately 2000 Shasta Drive, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. The Aspen Greenbelt stretches between Glacier Dr and Arroyo Park where you can run and play with your dog in the quiet, residential green space.
C-Bar-C Park | Citrus Heights
8275 Oak Avenue, Citrus Heights | Fenced
The gorgeous dog park at C-Bar-C Park offers a large, open area for play complete with shade trees, benches, dirt and grass areas, and water fountains. There is a smaller fenced section for small dogs as well.
Carmichael Park | Carmichael
5750 Grant Avenue, Carmichael | Fenced
The Canine Corral at Carmichael Park is open from dawn to dark and is supported by volunteers. The spacious off-leash play area offers separate fenced areas for large and small dogs as well as seating, shade trees and various terrains.
Community Park | Davis
1405 F Street, Davis | Fenced
Just west of the skate park in Community Park, you’ll find a fenced play area for dogs complete with shade trees and plenty of room to play.
Elk Grove Park | Elk Grove
9950 Elk-Grove-Florin Road, Elk Grove | Fenced
As a whole, Elk Grove Park offers 122 acres of outdoor play. The fenced dog park is complete with huge, mature shade trees, benches and agility equipment.
FIDO Field Dog Park | Folsom
1780 Creekside Drive, Folsom | Fenced
Located at Cummings Family Park, FIDO Field Dog Park is Folsom’s first off-leash dog park. Open Thursday through Tuesday from 7 a.m. to one hour after sunset, the fenced area offers differing terrain, benches, waste bags and water fountains.
Glenbrook Park | Sacramento
8500 La Riviera Drive, Sacramento | Fenced
The new and improved off-leash dog park at Glenbrook Park offers a one-acre fenced park for small dogs and a separate fenced park for large dogs.
Granite Regional Park | Sacramento
8200 Ramona Avenue, Sacramento | Fenced
Located on the opposite side of Ramona Ave. from the majority of Granite Regional Park, this fenced dog park offers a space complete with mature trees, benches and water.
Howe Park | Sacramento
2201 Cottage Way, Sacramento | Fenced
Operated by the Fulton-El Camino Recreation and Parks District, the dog park at Howe Park was the very first dog park constructed in the Greater Sacramento area. Since opening, they’ve added a separate area for small dogs, too. Both offer shade trees, picnic tables and water.
Jacinto Creek Park | Elk Grove
8600 West Stockton Boulevard, Elk Grove | Fenced
Located in an 11-acre community park—Jacinto Creek Park—this off-leash play area is fully fenced and offers picnic tables, shade trees and different terrains to play on.
John Barovetto Park | Davis
4400 Alhambra Drive, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. You can find this one in the southeast area of John Barovetto Park.
Laguna Community Park | Elk Grove
9014 Bruceville Road, Elk Grove | Fenced
This 16-acre community park offers a fenced dog play area on the west side complete with benches, shade trees, water and open grass areas.
Lynn Robie Dog Park | Sacramento
7895 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento | Fenced
Located at Bill Conlin Sports Complex, Lynn Robie Dog Park has two separate areas for large and small dogs. The small dog area is 0.21 acres and the large dog area is 1.34 acres. Both parks have turf areas as well as natural dirt and grass, shade, water and benches.
Morse Community Park | Elk Grove
5540 Bellaterra Drive, Elk Grove | Fenced
The off-leash dog park at Morse Community Park offers a spacious area complete with picnic tables, benches and water fountains.
North Natomas Regional Park | Sacramento
2501 New Market Drive, Sacramento | Fenced
Renovations to the dog play areas at North Natomas Regional Park have provided a new and improved off-leash park for all seasons. The area will offer a half-acre small dog park, a two-acre large dog park, washing stations and drinking fountains, large shade trees, shade canopies with benches, a designated agility zone and a water play zone.
Partner Park | Sacramento
5699 South Land Park Drive, Sacramento | Fenced
Located behind Belle Cooledge Community Center, Partner Park offers a fenced grass play area with water, shade trees and picnic tables.
Phoenix Park | Fair Oaks
9050 Sunset Avenue, Fair Oaks | Fenced
In partnership with FORDOG, the Fair Oaks Recreation and Parks District operates Phoenix Dog Park in Phoenix Park. This facility offers nearly two acres with three separate, fenced areas: a small dog and puppy area, a large dog area and space for less sociable or shy dogs. Additionally, you’ll find water fountains, shade trees and canopies, benches and wading pools during the summer.
Pioneer Park | Davis
5035 Hamel Street, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. Just northeast of the playground at Pioneer Park, your dog can exercise off leash.
Regency Community Park | North Natomas
5500 Honor Pkwy, North Natomas | Fenced
Located in the north end of Regency Community Park, this off-leash dog park offers separate areas for small and large dogs as well as water, shade canopies, benches and different terrains.
RRUFF Rocklin Dog Park | Rocklin
5480 5th St, Rocklin | Fenced
Located in Johnson-Springview Park, RRUFF Rocklin Dog Park is one of the area’s most popular dog play areas. It offers separate sections for small and large dogs as well as a smaller fenced area for special needs dogs and their owners; this can also be used for service dog training, obedience training and the occasional rescue group adoption days. Open 365 days per year, the enclosed areas are entirely covered in 100% organic playground-quality cedar chips.
Sacramento County Animal Care Shelter: The Bark Park | Sacramento
3839 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento | Fenced
Located in front of the Sacramento County Animal Care Shelter, the Bark Park offers two acres of off-leash play area with separate areas for large and small dogs. Both fenced areas have drinking fountains, benches and shade trees.
Sam Combs Park | Sacramento
155 Stone Blvd, West Sacramento | Fenced
Sam Combs Park offers 4.5 acres of play for families, including dogs! The facilities off-leash dog area offers two fenced sections for large and small dogs complete with picnic tables, mature trees and water fountains.
Slide Hill Park | Davis
1525 Tulip Lane, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. This dog exercise area can be found on the south end of Slide Hill Park.
Summerfield Park | West Sacramento
2950 Linden Rd, West Sacramento | Fenced
On the north end of the nine-acre Summerfield Park, you’ll find two fenced dog play areas separated for large and small dogs. Each one offers plenty of room to run, benches and water fountains.
Sutter’s Landing Park | Sacramento
20 28th Street, Sacramento | Fenced
Nestled along the American River, Sutter’s Landing Park is a huge open space, and 2.5 acres of that are reserved for dogs. The dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, shade canopies, water fountains, benches, picnic tables and more.
Sycamore Park | Davis
1313 Sycamore Lane, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. The area at Sycamore Park is located just southwest of the playground.
Tanzanite Community Park | Sacramento
2220 Tanzanite Way, Sacramento | Fenced
The off-leash dog area at Tanzanite Community Park offers two full acres!
Toad Hollow Dog Park | Davis
1919 Second Street, Davis | Fenced
The Toad Hollow Dog Park offers a wide open, grassy dog play area with seating and several good areas for shade. Please be aware that this park occasionally closes during the winter when we’ve had heavy rains.
Truitt Bark Park | Sacramento
1818 Q Street, Sacramento | Fenced
Open 365 days per year from sunrise to 10 p.m., this beautiful dog park offers separate areas for large and small dogs, public art, lighting, shade trees, differing terrain and a community plaza. On the north end of the park, you’ll even find a community garden!
University Avenue Dog Park | Sacramento
1900 University Avenue, Sacramento | Fenced
Located along the scenic American River, this park offers a small fenced area with benches, shade trees and waste bags available.
Valley Oak Park | Sacramento
2780 Mabry Dr, Sacramento | Fenced
At Valley Oak Park, you’ll find two separate dog parks: a half-acre area for small dogs and a two-acre area for large dogs. Both have open, turf areas, benches, tables and drinking fountains.
Walnut Park | Davis
2700 Lillard Drive, Davis | Unfenced
The City of Davis operates several open areas where dogs are allowed off-leash as long as they’re under voice control. In Walnut Park, you can find an off-leash exercise area directly east of the tennis courts.
Looking for more resources?
Check out our complete guide, The Ultimate Dog Owner’s Guide to Sacramento, which includes information on local food stores, dog walkers, veterinarians, trainers and more.