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Dog Areas in El Dorado, AR

9 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
6 Groomers

Friendly, compact and vibrant, El Dorado, AR is chock full of charm! Tucked away near the banks of the Oacuchiate River in Arkansas Timberland region, El Dorado got its start as a booming oil town. Dubbed "Arkansas’ historic treasure", today, the city is best known for its dynamic, growing arts scene. 

You and your pooch can take a leashed wander around the Murphy Arts District Amphitheatre, an 8,000-seat outdoor theatre with rolling green lawns that are open to the public throughout the year. Visit in May and you two can check out the Mayhaw Festival -- there’s outdoor live music, craft vendors, and food trucks, and, of course, lots of deliciously tart mayhaw jelly! In terms of pet care, there are three veterinary clinics in El Dorado, with emergency services available right in town.

El Dorado is famous for its southern hospitality, and that warm welcome definitely extends to your furry friend! The small city welcomes wagging tails with open arms -- it has its own dog park and plenty of pawesome community parks that are ideal for leashed walks. Not only that, the town is just a stone’s throw away from some fantastically fur-friendly hiking options. No matter how long or short your stay, you and your buddy are sure to sniff out something to do in El Dorado!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Dorado, AR

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    Population Density 612/sq mi

    #1 West Hillsboro


    The dog park at Mitchell Park in West Hillsboro is so little known that a local newspaper had to run a headline to remind residents that it exists -- nevertheless, it’s definitely a mutts-visit! There’s plenty of space for your pooch to leap about and tire themselves out in, and bags and water are provided, so all you need to do is bring your pup and prepare to play. The park has a well-equipped agility course for extra canine cardio, and tired owners will certainly appreciate the picnic benches. Be warned, though -- the park doesn’t get much shade, so you might want to give it a miss on a hot day.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,189/sq mi

    #2 Downtown El Dorado


    Cultured canines might get a kick out of a leashed wander around El Dorado’s historic downtown! The area is simply beautiful -- the streets are lined with original and restored shopfronts, mature trees and flower gardens. While you’re in the neighborhood, be sure to pop in for a pick-me-up at PJ’s Coffee! An El Dorado staple, this furrific little spot is known for hosting live music events and does a mean grilled cheese besides. Your pooch is welcome to join you at their sidewalk tables -- a pawfect spot for people watching! Afterwards, you and two can burn it all off with a walk around Old City Park.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 782/sq mi

    #3 North Timberlane

    If you and your pooch are looking for something different to do, why not take a trip to the South Arkansas Arboretum State Park? Located right next to the former El Dorado High School, the park’s thirteen acres are crammed with rare and beautiful plants native to the region. More importantly, though, there are miles of gorgeous trails for you and your four-legged friend to sniff and explore, making this El Dorado gem a very pawpular destination for local dog owners! Remember to bring your own water, as well as some waste bags to keep this beautiful area clean.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 310/sq mi

    #4 Jersey


    Moro Bay State Park is best known for its water sports and fishing, but it also boasts some dog-friendly hiking trails. Try the Deer Run trail -- located in the park’s bottomlands, this easily walkable trail is lined with mayhaw trees. As the name suggests, though, it pays to be on the watch for wildlife! As Moro Bay State Park is a popular spot for camping, there are plenty of trash cans and restrooms on-site, and there’s even a well-maintained playground as well, so a trip here can be a fun day out for both two- and four-legged family members!

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    Population Density 29/sq mi

    #5 McNeil Township

    Logoly State Park may be a ways away from El Dorado -- a 45-minute drive in light traffic, to be exact -- but you and your pooch might decide that this wooded wonderland was worth the trip. The trails here don’t have much of an incline, so they’re suitable for everyone, from the most athletic animals to the most committed couch pup-totoes! Check out the Spring Branch Trail, a magical forested walk by the gently burbling Spring Branch Creek. Your buddy will need to be leashed, of course, and don’t forget to bring water and bags!
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