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Dog Areas in Bumble Bee

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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bumble Bee

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    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #1 Gardens at Willow Creek

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    Prescott is a city in central Arizona, and its Gardens of Willow Creek neighborhood is less than an hour's drive from Bumble Bee. This area is a skip and a hop from the Willow Creek Dog Park, and this 2.4-acre off-leash park sure is beautiful! There is a section of the park with a pond where dogs can swim in the summer, and the rest of the park is a vast open space for dogs to run and play. Dogs aren't separated by weight at Willow Creek Dog Park, so be prepared for your dog to interact with dogs of all sizes. Within the park, there is a 1/3-mile soft-surface walking trail, drinking water, shade structures, and seating.
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    Population Density 27/sq mi

    #2 North Cottonwood

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    The Cottonwood Dog Park at Riverfront Park is about an hour away from Bumble Bee, in northern Cottonwood, Arizona. This spacious off-leash park has not one, not two, but three separate sections: one for big dogs, one for small dogs, and a third section used as a training area. There are also plastic pools set up throughout the park so your dog can get some relief on hot days. There are also water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas in Cottonwood Dog Park. Your dog can also join you in many other areas of Riverfront Park, including playgrounds and picnic areas, as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 377/sq mi

    #3 Stetson Valley

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    Stetson Valley is a stunning community in northern Phoenix that overlooks the Deem Hills mountains. It's just over a half-hour drive from Bumble Bee, and Stetson Valley is also where you'll find the Deem Hills Recreation Area and the Deem Hills Dog Park. You and your dog have your choice of hiking one of several trails in the area that welcome leashed dogs, or visiting the dog park for some off-leash fun. The Deem Hills Dog Park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as water fountains, doggy bags and disposal bins, and seating areas.
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    Population Density 3,463/sq mi

    #4 West Anthem

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    Anthem is a community of around 30,000 people in Arizona that's also part of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Anthem is a master-planned community with exceptional recreational opportunities, businesses, and homes, and the western side of the city is less than 30 miles from Bumble Bee. Here, you'll find Anthem Community Park, a 63-acre park with activities for everyone in your family to enjoy. Anthem Community Park has catch-and-release fishing lakes, a skating rink, sports courts and fields, a splash pad, an amphitheater, a walking trail, and much more. This isn't an off-leash dog park, but your dog is welcome to spend the day at the park with you when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,591/sq mi

    #5 North Mountain Village

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    You and Sparky can drive to the Rose Mofford Sports Complex in western Phoenix from Bumble Bee in less than an hour. At the south end of this park, there's a place called the Rose Mofford Dog Park, and it's a 2.5-acre off-leash space. There are different areas for big and small dogs, and both sides are completely fenced. To keep human guests comfortable, there are shaded seating areas and the park is ADA-accessible. There's also a walking path surrounding the park, as well as drinking fountains, waste disposal supplies, and trees. Your dog can join you in other outdoor areas of the Rose Mofford Sports Complex when they're on their leash.
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