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Lion’s Dog Park
Address: London Bridge & McCoulloch,
City: Lake Havasu City
State: AZ
Hours: 24 hours
Description: London Bridge State Beach. Lions Park also has a fire hydrant and water fountain for dogs (and their owners) to play in

Avondale Friendship Park
Address: 12325 W. McDowell Rd
City:
State: AZ
Description: Multi-use Community Park and Dog Park.Fully fenced and lighted for evening use. Has water faucets and trash receptacles.

Mitchell Park
Address: Mitchell St.Tempe, AZ.
City: Tempe
State: AZ
Description: Fenced, benches, handicap access, poopbags, trees, parking, lights, water, trash.

Christopher Columbus Park
Address: 4600 N. Silverbell,
City: Tucson.
State: AZ
Hours: open dawn to dusk
Description: The enclosure is small (1/3 acre) but adequate. fenced, benches, tables, poopbags, trees, parking, restrooms, water, trash, shelter

Humane Society Dogpark and Training Field
Address: 3465 E. Kleindale,
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Hours: 5am – 9am and 5pm to 9pm
Description: The area is fenced,with benches, trees, parking, restrooms, water, trash, lighted areas,tables,and is handicap accessible

McDonald Park
Address: 4100 N. Harrison Road,
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Hours: dawn to dusk;
Description: fenced, benches, tables, handicap access, poopbags, trees, parking, restrooms, water, trash, shelter.Total sizeof park is 1.25 acres; There are two fenced areas – one for dogs 30 lbs and under, one for larger dogs.

Gene C. Reid Park
Address: 1100 S. Randolph Way,Tuscon,Arizona
City: Tuscon
State: AZ
Phone: (520) 791-4873
Hours: 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Description: The dog park is partitioned for large and small dogs. It includes a potable water source for dogs (temporary faucet) and a scooper dispenser. Trees have been transplanted in the outfield, and future amenities include a water source for dogs and humans (possible Fido Fountain) and picnic tables.

Shawnee Bark Park
Address: 1400 W. Mesquite St., N. Chandler
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (480) 782-2727 or (480) 782-2640
Hours: 7 days ; 6am-10:30pm ; closed Tues. 6am-2:30 for cleaning
Description: Park includes full water use for animals and humans, a full obstacle course, and a fenced area for your pals to run wild. No children under the age of 12 allowed in park without adult supervision.

West Chandler Bark Park
Address: 250 S. Kyrene Rd., W. Chandler
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (480)782-2727 or (480) 782-2640
Hours: 7 days ; 6am-10:30pm ; closed Mon. 6am-2:30 for cleaning
Description: Park includes full water use for animals and humans, a full obstacle course, and a fenced area for your pals to run wild. No children under the age of 12 allowed in park without adult supervision

Snedigar Bark Park
Address: 4500 S. Basha Rd., S. Chandler
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (480) 782-2727 or (480) 782-2640
Hours: 7 days ; 6am-10:30pm ; closed Weds. 6am-2:30 for cleaning
Description: Park includes full water use for animals and humans, a full obstacle course, and a fenced area for your pals to run wild. No children under the age of 12 allowed in park without adult supervision.

Bark Master Park
Address: Flagstaff, Arizona
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (928) 773-0645
Description: The dog park is 1.5 acres enclosed by a six-foot fence, where dogs can run and play off leash and learn social skills. There is a separate area for older, smaller or shy dogs.

Foothills Park
Address: 19021 N. 57th Avenue , Glendale, Arizona 85308
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (623) 930-2820

Quail Run Park
Address: 4155 E. Virginia St., Mesa, Arizona.
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (480) 644-2194
Description: The dog park is over 3 acres fenced and features separate areas for timid and active dogs, and water fountains for both people and dogs. A dispenser for doggie poop bags is available at the entrance to the facility.

North Sixth Avenue Park
Address: 2075 N. 6th Avenue, Tucson
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (520) 791-4873
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset ; Tucson Parks & Recreation
Description: A large area with lots of grass. This half-acre dog park features a ramada, benches, grass, trees, a dog-friendly drinking fountain, and scooper dispenser. There are no lights, however, and all dogs are confined to one area (no large/small dog sections).

Fountain Hills
Address: Saguaro Blvd and Desert Vista Drive
City:
State: AZ
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Description: Park includes fenced play areas, benches, handicap access, poop bags, trees, parking, water, trash. It has approximately 3.5 acres of turf and a 1/2acre fenced just for little dogs; future lighting planned for night use. Please observe posted rules.

Sahuaro Ranch Park (SW Corner)
Address: 9802 N. 59th Ave, Glendale, Arizona 85302
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (623) 930-2820
Hours: 6am to 10pm
Description: There is an enclosed off-leash area within this large regional park; developed by Glendale Parks & Rec., the dog park is almost an acre, with trees, benches and a water fountain for people & dogs. Please observe all park rules, posted at the entry -above all, clean up after your dog.

Willow Creek Dog Park
Address: 1497 Heritage Park Rd., Prescott, AZ. 86301
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (928) 771-5899
Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Daily
Description: This 2.5 acre site is a public/private partnership with the city, the dog park group and local businesses. It has water and a separate 1/2 acre area for small dogs – check the website for hours. Includes fenced areas, benches, tables, trees, parking, restrooms, water, and trashcans.

Horizon Park
Address: 15444 N 100th Street, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
City:
State: AZ
Phone: (480) 312-2650
Hours: Sunrise to 10:30 pm
Description: Park includes fenced areas, tables, poop-bags, parking, phones, restrooms, lights, water, and trash. dog-park located in front of softball field. 1. Safe and in a great neighborhood.

Scottsdale Off-leash Activity Center
Address: SE corner of Hayden & McDonald
City:
State: AZ
Hours: open 6 am to 9pm
Description: Park includes fenced areas, benches, tables, poop-bags, handicap access, parking, lights, water, and trash. This park has abundant parking, away from traffic and is in an isolated area, so as not to interfere with other park usages. This facility is the result of “Paws at the Park” organization’s efforts, and it replaces the temporary facility at Chaparral Park.

Chaparral Park
Address: 5401 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale,
City:
State: AZ
Hours: Daily dawn-9 p.m
Description: Fenced, 2.2 acres, benches, shade, restroom, water, separate areas for large and small dogs.

Vista del Camino Park
Address: 7700 East Pierce St., Scottsdale
City:
State: AZ
Hours: Daily dawn-10:30 p.m.
Description: Fenced, lighted, 1 acre, grass turf, benches, restrooms nearby, dog and people water fountains, mutt mitt stations

Creamery Park
Address: 8th Street and Una Avenue., Tempe
City:
State: AZ
Description: Fenced, lighted, benches, disposal bags, trash cans, parking, water.

Jaycee Park
Address: 5th Street and Hardy Drive
City:
State: AZ
Hours: Daily 6 a.m.-midnight
Description: Fenced, lighted, trees, benches, disposal bags, trash cans, parking, water. Access for the disabled.

Horizon Parks
Address: 15444 N. 100th St., Scottsdale
City:
State: AZ
Hours: Daily dawn-10:30 p.m.
Description: Fenced, lighted, benches, little shade, tables, disposal bags, trash cans, parking, phones, restrooms; bring your own water.

Bushmaster Dog Park
Address: 3150 N. Alta Vista, Flagstaff
City:
State: AZ
Description: This fenced dog park has separate areas for small and large dogs. It is about 1 1/2 acres in size. From I-40 exit at Country Club Drive, head north to Route 66 west. Immediately turn right onto Lockett to Bushmaster Park on your left.

Thorpe Park Bark Park
Address: 191 N. Thorpe Road, Flagstaff
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 928-779-7690
Description: This 1.5 acre dog park is double-gated and has benches, picnic tables, and a water fountain.

Cosmo Dog Park
Address: 2502 E. Ray Road Gilbert,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 480-503-6200
Description: Thanks to a reader who writes “This is a brand new park that just opened in July ’06. It has one amazing feature – a fenced man made doggie beach with small rocks instead of sand and a small pier for the dogs to jump off of and into the water.” For the dogs who prefer dry land there is also a four acre dog park. There are lights for night use and hoses to clean your dog. The dog park is open from 6 am to 10 pm. The dog park is located on the north-east corner of Ray Road and Greenfield.

Dog Park at Crossroads
Address: 2155 E. Knox Rd, Gilbert,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 480-503-6200
Description: The Dog Park at Crossroads is open from 6 am to 10 pm daily. It is 2 acres and fenced. It is partially lit for night use. There are tables and benches. There are separate areas for large and small dogs. Crossroads Park is located on the west side of Greenfield Road, north of Ray. To get to the park go west on Knox Rd from Greenfield.

Desert Vista Off-Leash Dog Park
Address: 11800 North Desert Vista, Fountain Hills,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 480-816-5152
Description: This 12 acre park offers a dog park for off-leash romping. The area is fully fenced with multi-station watering fountains and shade structures. Paws in the Park, an annual dog festival, is held at this park. The park is located on Saguaro Blvd., between Tower Drive and Desert Vista. To get there, head east on Shea Blvd. Turn left onto Saguaro Blvd. Go 1.5 miles and turn right onto Desert Vista. Turn left immediately onto Saguaro Blvd. Go about .2 miles and then turn right onto Tower Drive. The park is on the right. Thanks to ADOG (Association of Dog Owners Group) for the directions. The hours are from sunrise to sunset.

Grovers Basin Dog Park
Address: 20th Street at Grovers Ave, Phoenix
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 602-262-6696
Description: This dog park is 2.3 acres in total divided between a large and small dog area. Both areas are fenced. There are no dog water fountains at the park.

Mofford Sports Complex Dog Park
Address: 9833 N. 25th Avenue, Phoenix,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 602-261-8011
Description: This fenced dog park is divided into separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. It is open from 6:30 am to 10 pm daily. The dog park may be closed in periods of heavy rain. There is water for dogs, shade trees and benches. The dog park is located on N. 25th Avenue just north of Dunlap.

Pecos Park Dog Park
Address: 48th Street, Phoenix,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 602-262-6862
Description: This two acre dog park is fully fenced with double-gates and a separate area for small and large dogs. Pecos Park is located at 48th Street and Pecos Parkway. Enter from 48th Street via Chandler Blvd. The dog park is located at the southeast corner of the park.

PetsMart Dog Park
Address: 21st Avenue, Phoenix,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 602-262-6971
Description: This fully fenced dog park has over 2.5 grassy acres. Amenities include a water fountain and two watering stations for dogs, benches, bag dispensers and garbage cans. This off-leash park is located in Washington Park on 21st Avenue north of Maryland (between Bethany Home and Glendale roads).

Steele Indian School Dog Park
Address: 7th Street at Indian School Road, Phoenix,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 602-495-0739
Description: This off-leash dog park opened in June of 2006. The 2 acre park is divided between fenced areas for large and small dogs. Park in the parking lot on the west side of 7th Street just north of Indian School Rd.

West Chandler Bark Park
Address: 250 S. Kyrene Rd, Chandler,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 480-782-2727
Description: The West Chandler Bark Park is a fenced dog park. Located in West Chandler Park, the dog park is open from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm daily. Children under 12 are not allowed in the dog park.

Tempe Sports Complex Dog Park
Address: Warner Rd & Hardy Dr. Tempe,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 480-350-5200
Description: This fenced dog park is open from 6 am to 10 pm. It is located at the Tempe Sports Complex.

Picacho Peak State Park
Address: P. O. Box 275, Picacho,
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 520-466-3183
Description: This park has a rich natural and cultural history, and was once used as a landmark by early explorers. There offer picnic areas, ramadas, restrooms, a variety of trails with varying difficulty and interests, historical markers, playground, and the Civil War Re-enactment of 3 different battles. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after, and they may not be left unattended at any time. Dogs are allowed on the trails, but not in any park buildings. They also have a campground (some sites with electric) with grills and a dumpstation.

Tonto National Monument
Address: HC 02 Box 4602, Roosevelt, AZ 85545
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 928-467-2241
Description: Dogs on leash are allowed in the park and the Lower Cliff Dwelling Trail. Dogs are not allowed on the Upper Cliff Dwelling Trail.

Slide Rock State Park
Address: 6871 N H 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 928-282-3034
Description: This day use park was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. In addition to sharing a rich natural and cultural history, this park provides swimming, picnicking, birdwatching, fishing (no glass bait jars please), a nature trail and access to other trails, a volleyball court, and special events and programs. Dogs of all sizes are allowed at no additional fee. Dogs are not allowed at the creek, in the water or at the swim beaches. The dogs are allowed to go as far as the top of the stairs that lead to some of these areas. They are allowed on the trails on lead. Dogs may not be left unattended at any time, including being left in automobiles. Dogs must be on leash and under control at all times, and be cleaned up after.

Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
Address: 223 H 60, Superior, Arizona 85273
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 520-689-2811
Description: This 323 acre park is Arizona’s oldest and largest botanical garden. They feature the plants of the desert, a streamside forest, panoramic views, various natural habitats and wildlife, a desert lake, specialty gardens, and more. They also offer an interpretive center, a demonstration garden, visitor center, guided tours, picnic grounds with tables, gift shop, and restrooms. Well behaved dogs of all sizes are allowed for no additional fee. They must be kept on a short lead, under owner’s control at all times, and cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed anywhere in the water or in the gift shop. They are allowed throughout the rest of the park, and may even join their owners on the guided tours. The park is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m (October 1 – April 30). Summer hours are from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (May 1 – September 30).

Chiricahua National Monument
Address: 13063 E Bonita Canyon Rd, Willcox, Arizona 85643
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 520-824-3560
Description: Dogs on leash are allowed in campsites and on paved roads. Dogs are not allowed on hiking trails in the park.

Homolovi Ruins State Park
Address: HCR 63 Box, State Route 87N, Winslow, AZ 86047
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 928-289-4106
Description: This park now serves as a research center recording the late migration period of the Hopi from the 1200’s to the late 1300’s. Park facilities include a visitor center and museum, various trails, and pullouts that provide opportunities to observe wildlife over the 4,000 acres at an elevation of 4,900 feet. Dogs are allowed to go on all the trails, the ruins, the park grounds, and the visitor’s center. Dogs must be leashed or crated at all times, and they may not be left unattended in the park or automobiles. There is camping available with hook-ups, several covered picnic tables, showers, and a dump station.

Century House Museum and Gardens
Address: 240 S Madison, Yuma, Arizona 85364
City:
State: AZ
Phone: 928-782-1841
Description: Purchased in 1890 by a pioneer merchant, this home is now a museum of the history of the era, and the beautiful Italian-style gardens and aviaries that were started back then are still maintained today. They are open from Tuesday through Saturday. Dogs are allowed to walk through the gardens with their owners, and there is no additional fee for them. Dogs must be on leash at all times, and cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed in the museum or any of the park buildings.

Pecos dog park
Address: and Pecos road
City: Chandler
State: AZ
Description:

Rumsey Park
Address: McLane Road
City: Payson
State: AZ
Description: Off the leash dog park – 2 sections

Sedona Bark Bark
Address: Northwest corner of Soldiers Pass and Caruthers
City: Sedona
State: AZ
Hours: sun up to sunset
Description: 2.5 acres donated by the city but paid for by donations. 3 sections, one for small and older dogs. No grass, it is in its natural state. As courtesy, the park was opened before completion so bring water and sun protection.