Dogs at play
Dogs playing
Dogs at the park
Dogs at play

Description

North Natomas Regional Dog Park offers two acres of fully-fenced space for dogs over 25 lbs to play off-leash and a half-acre of fully-fenced space for small or timid dogs. There are also waste stations, water bowls, and a couple benches.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

North Natomas Regional Dog Park has received a rating of 3.6 out of 5 bones by 5 dog owners on BringFido.

  • More than one year ago.
    Experience at Dog Park

    Some patrons do not really watch their dogs. Some people made me uncomfortable and environment not welcoming. Have had several bad experiences here."

  • More than one year ago.
    By far, our favorite park!

    We love this park. We’ve been bringing our pup here ever since he received all his vaccines. This place is big with one side for small dogs & the other for larger dogs. It’s also clean & everyone is so friendly.

  • More than one year ago.
    My dogs LOVE it

    Plenty of room to run and play. This place is clean, safe and the people I've met are friendly and so are the dogs. My only wish is that there were more shaded areas in the summer.

  • More than one year ago.
    Nice, easy to get to.

    We took our young Golden Retriever there and it was nice. Only a couple other dogs were there, but people there were friendly, the place was clean, well fenced, nice watering spigots for the dogs and plenty of room to run! We will be back!

  • More than one year ago.
    Nice Park

    We've been taking our 5 month old pit to different parks in the area to find a nice, safe place to socialize and exercise him. This dog park was pretty good. It's large, but split into two fenced in areas, one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The area for large dogs is kind of narrow, but big enough for them to run around and tire out. The owners were all ridiculously nice and seemed to be "regulars". They knew each other and each other's dogs. They were very friendly to us newbies and welcomed our pit with open arms, which is always nice when you're a pit owner. I'm always fearful of the timid owner who assumes that my dog is automatically going to eat their dog. There was a drinking fountain for the dogs, but all convened over there and fought over the water for a while. To save a fight and possible spread of whatever diseases, we brought our own water bowl and water bottle. We'll definitely continue this practice. There were plenty of benches and it looked like they recently planted shade trees, which was nice for a warmer summer evening. I'll continue to look around, but this is one we'll go to in the future.

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By far, our favorite park!
 
 

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