Elk Grove Dog Parks
Exercise and socialization are two key ingredients to making a dog healthy and happy. A dog park is a great place to make this happen. Dog parks provide recreational and social opportunities for dogs as well as people. Here are a few Elk Grove dog parks as well as a few in Sacramento.
Elk Grove Park Dog Park
Amenities for this park include:
- Fenced in park with nearby parking lot
- Shade trees throughout the park
- Park benches and a picnic bench
- Grass and one dog agility
- Dog drinking fountain
Oasis Park Dog Park
Oasis Park is a 20 acre community park site located on Whitelock Parkway and Knox Drive and has the following amenities:
- Separate small and large dog park areas with shade structures.
- Dog drinking fountain with wash-down area.
- Large dog mural, concrete pathways, and benches.
- Fenced in park with nearby parking lot.
- Large open grass areas with developing trees.
- Dog agility stations in both small and large park areas with decomposed granite surface.
Morse Dog Park
Bring your dog to play off-leash in the fenced dog run at this Elk Grove city park, which includes a mini skate park, playground, jogging trails and basketball courts.
Laguna Community Park
16-acre park with skateboarding, a pool & an off-leash dog area, plus picnic shelters & ball fields.
Jacinto Creek Park
A 2-acre dog park with a drinking fountain for dogs, turf and decomposed granite areas, trees, an obstacle course for dogs, and benches for dog owners.
Truitt Bark Park
The Truitt Bark Park opened to the public on July 29, 2017 featuring separate fenced-in parks for small and large dogs, lighting, trees, and public art. The park was realized through a partnership between City of Sacramento, Capitol Area Development Authority, Midtown Association, and caring community leaders. The park – which also includes a community garden – was named after civic watchdog and longtime midtown activist Brooks Truitt.
Lynn Robi Dog Park
The small dog park is 0.21 acres, and the large dog park is 1.34 acres. Both dog parks contain turf areas.
Blackbird Park Dog Parks
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.
North Natomas Regional Park
This park has large and small dog parks with the following amenities:
- decomposed aggregate
- rule signage
- chain link fencing and gates
- drinking fountains
- dog wash faucets
- fire hydrant spray feature
- dog agility equipment
- 20′ sq. fabric shade canopies
- concrete benches
- trash receptacles
- automatic irrigation system
- shade trees
The Bark Park
Located in front of the new Sacramento County Animal Care Shelter, the Bark Park totals two acres, with separate areas for large and small dogs, and is equipped with doggy drinking fountains. The park was constructed in partnership with grant money from the County Department of Regional Parks.
Just remember when you’re heading out to one of the local dog parks you need to keep your dog leashed until you are in the actual off-leash area. Make sure to follow all the rules and re-leash your dog before exiting the park. Also, take note if there is a separate entrance and exit at the park as it makes coming and going much safer and easier for all. Most of all have fun watching your dog romp and play in the warm grass and shining sun!
When heading out to one of your favorite Elk Grove dog parks remember to keep your dog leashed until you are in the off-leash area. Make sure to follow all the rules and re-leash your dog before exiting the park. Also, take note if there is a separate entrance and exit at the park as it makes coming and going much safer and easier for all. Please watch your dog at the dog park. You don’t want to be one of those pet owners whose dog is always getting in trouble and the owner is nowhere to be found. Above all else, have run regardless of which Elk Grove dog park you visit.
If you need pet sitting or dog walk, don’t hesitate to contact Karla’s Pet Care, LLC.