Mix up your dog walking routine with a special visit to a nearby park.
Dog parks in Placer County are very accommodating and provide safe, fun and healthy green spaces for you and your furry friend. Whether your pet needs to release some energy or just sniff around, here are some parks that are sure to please.
Named after Roseville’s longest-serving police dog, Bear Dog Park will test the K-9 within your pet.
Each exercise area includes an elaborate agility course. The two off-leash areas are suitable for dogs of all sizes.
After your visit, have a seat on the benches or take a cool-down stroll with your pal along the trail.
Auburn Ravine has two play areas for small and big dogs.
There’s lots of freshening shade and a fun water hose setup for cooling off. Many first-time visitors are surprised by how large the park is, which is perfect for long runs and exciting chases.
Located off Blue Oaks Boulevard, this neighborhood park is medium sized but still has enough room for everyone.
You’ll find generous shaded areas for resting and designated areas for fenced-off fun.
The Rocklin Residents Unite For Fido (RRUFF) is a nonprofit that supports companion dogs. Beyond a dog park, RRUFF is a place of training. Some of the training includes service, guide, companion and obedience classes.
Sectioned-off space for dogs and humans with special needs are also available for everyone’s enjoyment. RRUFF is located at Johnson-Springview Park.