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The City of Rocklin maintains thirty six developed parks and another 200 + acres of open space for its residents. A wealth of recreational opportunities throughout Rocklin complement the finest schools, businesses, and homes. You’ll find many diverse recreational opportunities strategically located and easily accessible throughout the city.
RRUFF Dog Park is located within Johnson-Springview Park and open every day for park-goers and their pets from dawn to dusk.
RRUFF Dog Park is the home for many dog training classes, including Canine Companions for Independence and Guide Dogs for the Blind. Its three distinct areas for small dogs, large dogs, and special needs dogs make it the ideal off-leash dog park for dogs to stretch their legs and socialize.
Parks add to the beauty of our city and represent a place where residents and visitors can go to relax, reflect and recreate. Explore this interactive map featuring all of Rocklin’s neighborhood and community parks. You can sort by location, amenities and more to help find your favorite park or discover a new one to explore.
Take a stroll through Rocklin’s history as we identify some of the historic and cultural resources unique to Rocklin. It is the City’s goal to support the high quality of life that the community enjoys by assisting in the preservation of and bringing awareness to these valuable resources.
An ordinance fully prohibiting smoking in all city parks, recreation areas and city owned property became effective on July 13, 2017. The no-smoking restriction includes electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
The ordinance clarifies previous similar “park rules,” is easier to understand and, if necessary, enforce.