Incident Reporting: 
Emergencies 911

Non- Emergencies: (916) 625-5400

Animal Control Services: (916) 625-5434

​*​Incidents of rule violations should be reported to City of Rocklin ​Parks & Recreation at

Hours: Open Dusk to Dawn Daily

A friendly reminder: When the Special Needs Area is in use for training classes, please do not bring your dog into this area for ANY reason. No Exceptions.

We cannot stress enough how important it is for you to not bring small children into the dog park. It is your responsibility if your child is injured inside the dog park. This is for your child's safety. Please NO CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OF AGE.

This is an off-leash dog park. Dogs can be dangerous and may behave in an unpredictable manner. They may bite, trip or jump on you. Use the dog park at Johnson-Springview "at your own risk." If you enter the park, you assume the risk that you may be injured by a dog. Owners of dogs are responsible and fully liable for the actions of their dogs.

 Do not bring an aggressive dog to the dog park under any circumstances
  • Owners MUST clean up after their dogs.
  • Dogs with a known history of dangerous behavior are prohibited. Owners are legally responsible for the activities of their dogs. Leash and remove dogs showing aggressiveness towards people or other dogs.
  • No children under the age of 5 allowed. Children between the ages of 5 and 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Please have at least one adult (18 or older) to supervise the children and one to supervise the dog(s). No one under 16 may bring a dog to the park without an adult present.
  • Do not leave your dog unattended.
  • Dogs should be leashed prior to entering and upon leaving. Owners must obey leash laws whenever outside the boundaries of the dog park.
  • No more than three dogs per adult.
  • Dogs MUST be licensed and vaccinated. Dogs must be wearing up-to-date rabies and license tags.
    To obtain a City of  Rocklin license visit
  • Female dogs in heat are prohibited.
  • No alcoholic beverages, food or glass containers are permitted in the dog park.
  • No smoking inside the park. This is a City of Rocklin ordinance
  • Do not allow your dog to dig.
About Us
Rocklin Residents Unite For Fido (RRUFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2009 for the purpose of providing a safe, enclosed environment for Rocklin area dog owners and their companion animals.
The park opened December 23, 2011.
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