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Off-leash Dog Parks

Two DogsAll department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment dog parks are fenced, with a double-gate system for safety. Dog owners can test their arm strength and even use tennis ball launchers to get their dogs active and running in a safe and fun environment. Parks include: benches, shade areas, drinking fountains for dogs, and plenty of room to run. Dogs of all sizes are welcome.

Downloadable copy of the below map & list: Dog Park Map/List (PDF)

  1. Barandas Dog Park (map)
    2805 Grasslands Drive 

  2. Blackbird Park Dog Parks (map)
    3765 Hovnanian Drive
    A 0.6 acre small dog park, a
    1.6 acre large dog park.
    Both dog parks contain
    turf areas, shade canopies,
    benches, dog drinking fountains.

  3. Glenbrook Park (map)
    8500 La Riviera Drive

  4. Granite Regional Park (map)
    8200 Ramona Avenue

  5. Jacinto Creek Park (map)
    8600 West Stockton Boulevard

  6. Lynn Robie Dog Park (map
    7895 Freeport Blvd. 
    (at Bill Conlin Youth Sports Complex)
    The small dog park is 0.21 acres, and the
    large dog park is 1.34 acres. Both dog
    parks contain turf areas.

  7. North Natomas Regional Park (map)
    2501 New Market Drive
    Visit the North Natomas Regional Park 
    page to learn about revisions to its small
    and large dog parks.

  8. Partner Park (map)
    5699 South Land Park Drive 
    located behind Belle Cooledge
    Community Center

  9. Regency Community Park (map)
    5500 Honor Pkwy, North Natomas

  10. Sutter's Landing Park (map)
    20 28th Street
    This 2.5 acre Park includes areas for
    large & small dogs.

  11. Tanzanite Community Park (map)
    2220 Tanzanite Way

  12. Truitt Bark Park (map)
    1818 Q Street
    This park contains separate fenced areas for
    large and small dogs, public "BARK" art; lighting,
    and trees.

  13. University Avenue Dog Park (map)
    1900 University Avenue

  14. Valley Oak Dog Park (map)
    The small dog park is 0.54 acres, and the
    large dog park is 2.0 acres. Both dog parks
    contain turf areas, benches, tables and
    dog drinking fountains.

Dog Park Rules
  1. Dog owners/handlers are personally and legally responsible for their animals. You are using these facilities at your own risk.

  2. Dogs may be off a leash only within the designated fenced area.

  3. Owners/handlers must clean up after their dogs.

  4. Dogs must have a current license, license must be on dogs' collar, the collar must be on the dog.

  5. Aggressive dogs are not allowed. The owner/handler of any dog exhibiting aggressive or unruly behavior are required to immediately remove the offending animal.

  6. For every two dogs brought to the park, there must be at least one owner/handler.

  7. Children less than 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

  8. Female dogs in season are not allowed at the facility.