Sacramento Dog Parks: The Best Off-Leash Dog Parks
by Rick Delgado
on Monday, October 20th, 2014 at 2:55pm.
Sacramento dog parks are a great selling feature for those homebuyers with four-legged friends. Bringing your dog out to enjoy the beautiful weather is one thing. You can put their leash on and walk them around the block, but being able to let them run and roam at their leisure is another. Let your pup companion have a great time with the wide open fields and beautiful parks that are dog friendly. Here is a list of off-leash dog parks in Sacramento.
Bannon Creek Dog Park
2780 Azevedo Drive Park includes .6 acres of roaming space, along with benches and a dog fountain.
Glenbrook Dog Park
8500 La Riviera Drive Park includes one acre of dog space to run and play, along with dog drinking fountain, dog run turf play space, shade trees and canopy, benches and picnic areas to sit at while your dog plays.
8200 Ramona Avenue Park has 2 acres of sprawled out grass and greens, along with a turf area and drinking fountain for the dogs.
Jacinto Creek Dog Park
8600 West Stockton Blvd., South Sacramento The park includes 2 acres of roaming space complete with benches for the owners, turf area, trees, drinking fountain for dogs, decomposed granite areas and an obstacle course for the dogs to play on.
North Natomas Regional Dog Park
2501 New Market Drive 2.5 acre park where dogs are free to roam off-leash. The park provides two separate areas for larger dogs (2 acres) and a smaller half acre for those smaller, more timid dogs.
Regency Community Dog Park
550 Honor Parkway, North Natomas 2 acre park that has benches for the owners, along with a decomposed granite area, turf, drinking fountains for the dogs and plenty of trees.
Sutters Landing Dog Park
20 28th Street The 2.5 acre dog park provides a spot for small and big dogs to play and roam. The area includes a drinking fountain for dogs and benches with shade umbrellas over them for the owners.
Tanzanite Community Park
2220 Tanzanite Way This dog park houses 2 acres for dogs to play in, along with water fountains for them, turf and native grass areas, along with benches for the owners to sit on.