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Dog Parks in New Mexico

Roosevelt Park Dog Run
Address: Coal Avenue and Sycamore Street, Albuquerque, N.M.
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State: NM
Phone: (505) 768-5300
Hours: Oct. – March: Mon – Fri 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. (off-leash dogs not allowed on weekends); April – Sept.: Mon – Fri 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Description: Off-leash, tables, trees, parking, and trash. Please bring your own water and doggy-doo bags.

Roosevelt Park
Address: Coal St., Albuquerque, NM.
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State: NM
Hours: 24 hours
Description: tables, trees, parking, trashcans

Ortiz Park
Address: Camino de Crucitas, Santa Fe. NM.
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State: NM
Hours: 24 hours
Description: parking, trashcans. The area used to be an old landfill, it has limited amenities but it’s the first dog park in Santa Fe.

Coronado Dog Park
Address: 301 McKnight Ave. NW Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-768-1975
Description: This fenced dog park is open from 6 am to 10 pm daily. It is located in Coronado Park. Please bring your own water for your dog as there is none at the park. From I-40 take Exit 159A (4th/2nd Street), head east on the frontage road and turn right onto 3rd Street to the park.

Los Altos Dog Park
Address: 821 Eubank Blvd. NE Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-768-1975
Description: This fenced off-leash dog park is open from 6 am to 10 pm daily. The dog park is located in Los Altos Park. Please bring your own water for your dog as none is available at the park. From I-40 take Eubank Blvd (Exit 165). Head north on Eubank 1/4 mile and the park is on the left.

Montessa Park Off-Leash Area
Address: 3615 Los Picaros Rd SE Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-768-1975
Description: This unfenced off-leash area is located in Montessa Park. There is minimal shade here and you need to bring water for your dog as none is provided. From I-25 take the Rio Bravo Exit and go west. Turn left on Broadway, left on Bobby Foster and left on Los Picasos to the off-leash area.

Rio Grande Park Dog Park
Address: Iron Avenue Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-873-6620
Description: Rio Grande Park offers a designated off-leash area for dogs. The dog park is located on Iron Avenue, between Alcalde Place and 14th Street.

Roosevelt Park Dog Park
Address: Hazeldine Avenue Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-873-6620
Description: Roosevelt Park offers a designated off-leash area for dogs. The park is located off Hazeldine Avenue, between Cedar and Maple Streets.

Santa Fe Village Dog Park
Address: 5700 Bogart St. NW Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-768-1975
Description: This fenced dog park is open from 6 am to 10 pm daily. Please bring water for your dog as none is available at the dog park. To get to the dog park from I-40 take the Unser exit (Exit 154) and go north on Unser. Turn left on Bogart to the park.

Tom Bolack Urban Forest Dog Park
Address: Haines Avenue Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-873-6620
Description: Tom Bolack Park offers a designated off-leash area for dogs. The park is located near Haines Avenue and San Pedro Drive.

USS Bullhead Dog Park
Address: 1606 San Pedro SE Albuquerque, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-768-1975
Description: This Fenced off-leash dog park is located in USS Bullhead Park. Take I-25 to Gibson Blvd, head east on Gibson to San Pedro Blvd, and turn right to the park. There is no drinking water available at the park for dogs so please bring your own.

Rainbow Dog Park
Address: Southern Blvd at Atlantic Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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State: NM
Description: This fenced dog park is located in Rainbow Park. It has water for dogs and people and has limited shade. It can get extremely hot here in the summer. There is a separate small dog area. Rainbow Park is located on the far west side of Rio Rancho north of the Petroglyph National Monument west of Albuquerque.

Frank Ortiz Park Off-Leash Area
Address: Camino Las Crucitas Santa Fe, New Mexico
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State: NM
Phone: 505-955-2100
Description: This off-leash area is located in Frank Ortiz park which used to be the old landfill. To get there from town, head west on Paseo De Paralta towards St. Francis. When you come to St. Francis, do not turn left or right, but instead go across to Camino Las Crucitas Street. Follow this road which takes you through the Casa Solana residential neighborhood. The park has a large field on the left where the off-leash area is located.