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Spend the paw-fect weekend in the great outdoors!
Start your day with a pleasant walk or bike ride along the American River. The American River Parkway has popular trails and access points where joggers and bikers can encounter wildlife and take in fresh Gold Country air.
Experience the best of both worlds between land and water at Lake Natoma. This 500-acre lake provides the best location for non-motorized recreation such as stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing. Feel free to visit our friends at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center! There, rent equipment or take classes. The lake’s beaches and picnic areas offer ideal spots for relaxing under the warm, spring sun.
For a calmer excursion, Mather Regional Park and Hagan Community Park grant plenty of space for playing fetch and having picnics! Hagan Community Park, known as Rancho Cordova’s largest and most popular park among locals, offers many activities! Your pups would love frolicking in the luscious grass, like athletes such as bikers, joggers, and soccer players that frequent the park.
Mather Regional Park captivates visitors with its vernal pools, picnic areas, and migrating birds. Once a former Air Force base, visitors and locals can relax while listening to birds chirping and golf clubs swinging.
After a long day of exploring Rancho Cordova, a visit to the Barrel District is the perfect treat! Six breweries, two distilleries, and a meadery make up the Barrel District, where leashed furry friends are welcomed at Fort Rock, Movement, Claimstake Brewing, and Thin Line. Each site offers its own charm and distinct craft beverages that are local favorites.
When adventuring in Rancho Cordova, it's always best to plan an overnight stay. These are the pet-friendly hotels in Rancho Cordova: