What was once a popular and bustling spot along the Phoenix-Prescott line in the 1870s is now a ghost town known as Bumble Bee, Arizona. Bumble Bee was a great place to live for miners and ranchers, but today, very few people live there full-time. In the 1930s, a bunch of new buildings went up in town to attract new visitors, but the town never took off again. Many of those buildings are still standing today, and people visit each year to see these historic buildings. There is also a business known as Bumble Bee Ranch Adventures in town, and they offer horse rides and cattle drives, camping, fishing, and other activities in Bumble Bee, and your pet is allowed to join you for camping.
You'll have to go outside of Bumble Bee to find other dog-friendly activities, and one such activity is Barbara's Pet Park in New River, Arizona. New River is a community in Maricopa County with a population of about 15,000 people. This delightful dog park is located on the western edge of the city, and in addition to a separate area just for small dogs, Barbara's Pet Park also has pools for dogs, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies. There are so many dog-friendly activities near Bumble Bee for you and your pooch to visit!