If you need some help in finding the best dog parks in Northern California, continue reading to learn about 10 of them!
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This 2.5-acre dog park in Davis, California, is open year-round unless there has been heavy rain, in which case the park may be closed. The park is also closed Thursdays from 6:00am to 10:00am for maintenance. Dogs visiting the park should be licensed, vaccinated, and well behaved. Owners should also keep dogs on a leash until they reach the fenced-in area.
Toad Hollow Dog Park features a fully fenced-in space where your dog can romp and play freely. There’s plenty of seating and water available, and there is parking available beside the park.
Check out this park with your pup on your next outing in Davis!
Check out this one-acre dog park in Berkeley, California if you’re looking to tire out your pup! The park is open weekdays from 8:00am to 8:00pm, and weekends form 9:00am to 8:00pm. Dogs should be well-trained, vaccinated, and licensed when they come to the park.
The park is fully-fenced in, and spacious enough for a few rounds of fetch. There is seating available for humans to rest their legs while dogs play, and water to keep your pup hydrated. There is parking nearby, making the park accessible.
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You’ll find this lovely 1-acre dog park in Sacramento, California. The park is part of the larger Glenbrook Park, which is open 6:00am to 8:00pm. The dog park has areas for large and small dogs. Pups visiting the park should be well-mannered, vaccinated, licensed, and should be on-leash unless they are in the dog park areas.
The park includes a water fountain for dogs, agility obstacles for your dog to play on, and lots of seating and shade. There are two parking lots at the park with plenty of spaces.
Check out this park for a fun-filled day with your dog!
This just under 2-acre dog park is located in Fair Oaks, California. The park is open daily from dusk until dawn, with closures on Thursdays for park maintenance. Dogs should never be left unattended, and they should be licensed and vaccinated before entering the park.
The park features 3 separate areas for dogs: one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one for shy or special needs dogs. There are water bowls available for dogs, as well as seating for humans. There is a parking lot beside the park.
Bring your pup to this park the next time he needs to burn off some energy!
This 2-acre dog park, in Dublin, California, is the perfect place to take your dog for a romp. The park is open from dawn until dusk, and dogs who visit should behave well, and have their license and vaccinations.
The park has a separate area for small dogs, so dogs of similar size can play safely together. There is agility equipment available, and lots of seating to rest your legs. There is also parking available close by.
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If you’re looking for a dog park in Petaluma, check out this 9-acre park. The park is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm, and dogs visiting require their license and vaccinations, and should be well-behaved.
This is a no-frills park, meaning you have to bring your own water and equipment for your dog. But it is a great opportunity for you and your pup to meet other dogs in the area, and spend a few hours playing in this large, open space!
There is an on-site parking lot, so pack up your car and head down to this dog park today.
This park in Roseville, California is 2 acres of space where your dog can run around and play. The park is open from sunrise to an hour after sunset. As usual, dogs need to be licensed, vaccinated, and well-trained. They should be on-leash until they reach the fenced in area.
There are two separate areas in the park: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The park includes agility equipment, walking trails, and benches. The park also has its own parking lot.
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This 2.5-acre dog park in Sacramento is part of the larger Sutter’s Landing Park. The dog park is open from 8:00am to 10:00pm, and dogs need to be licensed and vaccinated in order to enter. They should be well-mannered, and should remain on a leash until they are in the dog park.
There are separate areas in the park for large and small dogs, and water and seating is available throughout the park. There are shaded areas for hot summer days, and on-site parking.
Visit this park for a great time with your dog!
This park in Richmond, California is the largest off-leash dog park in the US. It spans 23 acres, and is open from 5:00am to 10:00pm. Dogs must be vaccinated, licensed, and well-behaved. They are allowed off-leash throughout the park, but must be kept under control. Owners should have a leash of not more than 6 feet on them at all times.
This park has a wide range of facilities, including a groomer, a dog-friendly restaurant, and plenty of opportunities to play with other dogs. You’ll find parking on-site, as well as activities that are fun for you too, like fishing and birdwatching.
Pay a visit to this amazing park—your dog will thank you!
10. Alameda Dog Park
This dog park in Alameda is open daily from 6:00am to 10:00pm. It is part of the 2.5-mile long Robert Crown Memorial State Beach. Dogs should be on-leash until they reach the dog park, and should be licensed, vaccinated, and watched closely by their owners.
The dog park features an area for large dogs and another for small dogs, allowing dogs of similar size to play safely with each other. There is parking available, and plenty of activities for humans along the beach.
Head down to this park for an amazing day spent with your pup!
Evelyn is a writer and dog lover living with her roommate and their foster dog Bacon. In her spare time you can find her curled up with a book, out for a jog, or listening to true crime podcasts.