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Dog Walking in Casa Grande
When it comes to dog parks, Casa Grande isn’t the place to go, but luckily there are dog parks in nearby towns. Maricopa, Arizona, is about 20 miles away from Casa Grande and is the home to the Maricopa Dog Park Alliance. The Maricopa Dog Park Alliance is a spacious, fenced-in park that has separate areas for large and small breeds. A drinking fountain is located at the front of the park, and trash cans and waste bags are located throughout the park.
If you go about 20 miles in a different direction, you’ll come across the city of Picacho, Arizona, which is where Picacho Peak State Park is located. Dogs are allowed at the campground, but pet owners aren’t advised to take their dogs on the trails because of the steepness of them (they’re mountain trails). Boots with rubber soles and gloves are recommended for Picacho Peak State Park’s trails.
If you’re willing, or maybe prefer, to take a little bit longer of a trip – say 30 miles or so – Veterans Oasis Park in Chandler, Arizona, is a place worth checking out. Veterans Oasis Park has trails that embroider the lake and wildlife of all kinds – including birds, a variety of reptiles, jack rabbits, and other mammals. The park’s trails are friendly to bikers, horseback riders, joggers, and walkers, so you and your canine friend are bound to make new friends during your leisurely stroll. Dogs must remain on their leashes and be cleaned up after.
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Casa Grande
Casa Grande offers plenty of shopping, restaurants and fun activities for both humans and dogs, including their “Leash on Life” dog park located in the Sports Complex at Rodeo Park. Leashed dogs are permitted outside of the fenced area, and all parks, including Dave White Regional Park, Villago Park, and Fiesta Grande RV Resort, allow dogs if they are leashed. Many restaurants and lodging options in the area accommodate pups, including Quality Inn, Mainstay Suites, In-N-Out Burger and Sonic. The local PetSmart hosts adoption and other seasonal events including puppy love and happiness workshops, where owners can create paw print keepsakes.
Maricopa, a 25-minute drive away from Casa Grande, gives residents and visitors access to beautiful and spacious local parks, including Copper Sky Regional Park. This park covers 98 acres of open land, offering endless opportunities for fun, fitness, and relaxation. Most importantly, it has a dog park with designated areas for shy or more active pooches. If you and your pup are feeling more adventurous and want to take in some local history, the Gila River War Relocation Center is a former Japanese internment camp that allows leashed dogs to be walked around the spacious site.
This community, located 40 minutes away from Casa Grande, is home to several parks, including Little League Park that also has a dog park on the premises. The local dog park provides three separate areas for dogs to run around in, tables and benches for sitting, and a water fountain for both humans and pups to battle those dog days of summer. The town hosts an annual Pooch Party Contest inviting dog owners and their dogs participate in a variety of fun contests to help raise funds for Pinal County Animal Care and Control. Florence has other local parks that accommodate dogs on leashes, and Big Quicks BBQ is a local restaurant that is very dog friendly.
This Arizona locale, approximately 50 minutes away from Casa Grande, is an excellent area for dogs who love to explore the outdoors. Pocket Park for Pups is a one-acre, well-lit dog park that has two separate grass-play areas, amenities, enclosed fencing, and a drinking fountain. MLF Dog Sports is a pawesome organization that offers obedience, herding, agility, herding and handling training to enrich the quality of your pooch’s life, or to address and solve current behavioral issues. Queen Creek is home to the San Tan Mountains Regional Park that boasts over 10,000 acres of trails that are dog friendly, complete with a visitor’s center and exciting wildlife exhibits.
San Tan Valley
San Tan Valley
San Tan Valley, just under an hour’s drive away from Casa Grande, has a local pet sitting service, dog friendly lodging accommodations and plenty of open land to explore. San Tan Valley is home to the community of Johnson Ranch that has over 300 acres of recreation and green belt space, 3 swimming pools, a 9-hole golf course, catch and release fishing lake, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball, a Frisbee golf course and various playgrounds. As long as they are kept on-leash, dogs are allowed at all facilities.. For active pups and owners, camping and hiking are a quick drive away in the beautiful San Tan Mountain Range, offering 10,000+ acres worth of hiking trails for you and your pup to enjoy.