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Dog Areas in Buckeye

11 Parks
1 Trail
13 Shops
4 Eateries
5 Groomers

Buckeye is a desert city 35 miles east outside of Phoenix. The area was named in 1886, after the founder's hometown state of Ohio's moniker, "The Buckeye State." Today the city is one of the fastest growing cities in American, and offers lots of dog-friendly areas. Buckeye doesn't only have some great public spaces for Fido to use, but also a dog-friendly community and four veterinarians. 

The Sienna Hills Dog Park is one the best dog parks in the area, thanks to its lush green lawn that contrasts the surrounding desert. The area is only partially fenced-in but has plenty of space to run around with Fido, a few trees for shade, a paved walking trails, and plenty of parking. Dogs and humans can also enjoy some great amenities when coming here, like dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.

The Skyline Regional Park is the featured park of the city with its 8,700 acres of protected space. The area is a mountain preserve with woods, open desert, recreational areas, campsite, and over 17 miles of nature and hiking trails. The area is dog-friendly and doesn't require pups to be on a leash when visiting the park, and provides access to great features like picnic areas, water fountains, trash bins, and benches throughout the park.

With amazing outdoor adventures, your pup is sure to love spending time in Buckeye!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Buckeye

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,683/sq mi

    #1 Central Buckeye

    The neighborhood of Central Buckeye is the center for the city's shopping centers and downtown area. In the center of the urban structures is Buckeye Town Park, a lovely vibrant green park that brings scenic open space and recreational fields to the busy town. The park offers a pool, open space, shaded sitting areas, a fenced-in baseball field, a playground, two picnic pavilions, water fountains, and restrooms. The Earl Edgar Recreational Park is another dog-friendly park in the community, with four fenced-in baseball fields that allow pups to play in, open space, a playground, and picnic areas. Dogs must be on a leash inside both parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,900/sq mi

    #2 Rancho Sunora

    Rancho Sunora is a quiet and rural neighborhood on the north side of the city's urban district. Despite the peaceful atmosphere, the vast area of Sundance Park can get pretty busy. The park features four fenced-in baseball fields, restrooms, volleyball courts, a looping paved walkway, and open space for leashed pups to enjoy. Inside the park is the Sundance Dog Park, a small but open dog park with separate spaces for small and large dogs, picnic pavilions, and agility equipment in both areas. Dogs are free to roam off-leash inside the dog park area, and have access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,360/sq mi

    #3 Verrado

    Verrado is a residential community on the northern side of town, filled with rows of homes and surrounded by deserts. The area has a small dog park attached to a rest area for travelers, although the dog park is open to anyone. Verrado Dog Park has a mostly dirt and sandy terrain, and offers different areas for large and small dogs, with water buckets, clean-up bags, and trash bins to use for pups. Inside the neighborhood is the Canyon Place Park, a large desert park with open space, benches, and a .5-mile paved trail for dogs to use. Pups must be on a leash inside the park, and remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,474/sq mi

    #4 Canyon Trails

    Goodyear is a small suburban town outside of Phoenix, with a gorgeous neighborhood known as Canyon Trails, 7 miles east from Buckeye. The area is home to the Desert Thunder School Park, which provides a small green space for humans and pups to enjoy. The area has open space, a looping paved trail, a fenced-in baseball field, a playground, and picnic pavilion. This dog-friendly park also offers water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights. The neighborhood is named after the Canyon Trails that circle the block, providing visitors and residents over 4 miles of paved and asphalt trails that encircle the area. The trails are dog-friendly and offer benches and water fountains along the way.
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    Population Density 3,448/sq mi

    #5 Wildflower Ranch

    Wildflower Ranch is a residential community inside the town of Goodyear, just 8 miles east of Buckeye. This small neighborhood has two parks to enjoy, the Wildflower North Park and Wildflower South Park. The northern park has a green open area to play in, surrounded by a paved trail that extends over .3 miles, with access to a playground, water fountains, and trash bins. The park to the south also has an open area, with a paved walkway for walkers to use, and a lot more trees and shaded sitting area. Leashed pups can also enjoy amenities like water fountains, a playground, a pavilion, trash bins, and benches.
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