Dog walking in Camp Verde

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Dog Walking in Camp Verde

Camp Verde is a lovely town that is surrounded by the Prescott National Forest. The town is located in the Verde River Valley and sits on the edge of the Colorado Planteau. Camp Verde is known for its large festivals, which is perfect if your pup is a social butterfly. With four veterinarians in town, your dog's health is going to be well taken care of.

Take a trip out to Butler Park with your furry pal. This park has some pawsome amenities, like a playground, picnic area, restrooms, concession stand, lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, and a few other sports fields. The entire park is covered in grass, perfect for fetch, but if you're looking for a nice area to get a walk in, there isn't a paved path running through this park, so you can blaze your own path through the grass. 

If you need a caffeine fix, stop into Starbucks for a drink and a sandwich. They offer a wide variety of drinks and bakery items, plus your pup can sit down at their outdoor patio with you and have his very own puppiccino.

Get a good night's rest together at the Comfort Inn Camp Verde or the Days Inn and Suites Camp Verde. They both welcome your four legged friend to join you for a good night's rest.

Your pup will love spending time with you in Camp Verde and checking out all the great activiites the two of you can do together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Camp Verde

Camp Verde Downtown

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Population Density
306 per sq. mi.

Camp Verde Downtown

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Take Fido out to the Fort Verde State Historic Park with you. This pawsome park provides a glimpse into the life of frontier soldiers during the late 1800s. The park includes historic buildings, guides, and history demonstrations. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you as you wander throughout the park to learn a bit of history. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat at Babe's Roundup BBQ. Their menu includes classic BBQ favorites like chicken and skewers, plus their outdoor patio is lit up, covered, and welcomes your four legged pal to sit alongside you while you enjoy your meal.

FS 136

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Population Density
11 per sq. mi.

FS 136

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Go on a great hike with your pup along the Copper Canyon Loop Trail. The trail is 3.9-miles long with a 387-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. While hiking, you will come across a waterfall and can enjoy a  beautiful view of the valley. Your pup is welcome to join you for a good day of exercise, but make sure to keep him on leash while you are hiking. The trail does not provide any shade, so don't forget to bring enough water for the two of you while you are out enjoying nature together.

Bullpen Road

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Population Density
66 per sq. mi.

Bullpen Road

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The West Clear Creek Trail is an amazing trail to hike along with your pup by your side. The trail is 4.6-miles long with a 337-foot elevation on an out and back route. The trail often has a lot of wildlife roaming around on it, so make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you are hiking. The trail takes you through a beautiful valley. Since this area doesn't offer any shade, make sure to bring plenty of water along with you while exploring. The trail is known to be difficult, so make sure to check you pup's paws while you are out.

Verde Lakes

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Population Density
306 per sq. mi.

Verde Lakes

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If you and Fido are looking for a smaller trail to hike, check out the Bruce Brockett Trailhead. The trail is right over 2 miles long with a 128-foot elevation gain. While hiking, you will come across Beaver Creek and a beautiful vista, as well as a great view of the Mingus and Woodchute Mountains. The trail does not provide any shade while hiking, so make sure to bring plenty of water along with you and stop when needed. If you want to extend you hike, the trail connects to numerous other trails where you can continue your journey.

Quaterhorse

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Population Density
474 per sq. mi.

Quaterhorse

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Grab a bite to eat with your furry pal after a great day out exploring. The Verde Brewing Company is a brewery pub that serves a great lineup of craft beers and tasty food. Their casual environment is a great place to hang out with your dog and eat some delicious food together. Gabriela's Taco Sop and Fresh Garden Salsa offers an array of delicious Mexican food that your pup will be drooling over. If you're both looking for a sweet treat, stop into Dairy Queen and grab some ice cream to share, or maybe a hot dog. All of these delicious restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome your furry pal to sit alongside you.