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Dog Areas in Cave Creek

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Cave Creek is in the Sonora Desert almost 2,200 feet above sea level on Black Mountain. Cave Creek Museum has a historic building on the grounds called Tubercular Cabin that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Cave Creek Service Station and Cave Creek Inn have also been preserved in town and have both been turned into restaurants. Also, there are close to 1,200 dogs living in Cave Creek, and with just about 5,000 people living there you can tell that there are quite a few dog lovers in town. So, you can bring Fido when you visit and be assured that there are some dog-friendly places to go.

Echo Mountain Off-Leash Arena on North 20th Street has close to 2 ½ acres of grassy prairie land divided into two fenced areas for big and small furbabies. It is a big wide open space with some toys and water fountains for the pups and benches for their humans. The park also provides “mutt mitt” dog waste dispensers in both areas.

Roscoe Dog Park is a really nice park on Estrella Parkway with plenty of seating and shade for the dog owners and separate fenced spaces for both large and smaller dogs. You can let Fido run free off the leash to get rid of some of that energy before getting back in the car.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cave Creek

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    Population Density 243/sq mi

    #1 Rancho Manana Tennis Villas

    Whether you have an Italian Greyhound, a Bracco Italiano, or any other breed of dog, make sure you check out Oregano’s Pizza Bistro in Rancho Manana Tennis Villas. This chain restaurant is sure to show you and your dog a good time – and a good meal – while you dine on the dog-friendly outdoor patio. From pizza to pasta, Oregano’s offers it all, and they insist you save room for their famous desserts. Just make sure to bring a leash so that your pup doesn’t try to venture off to visit the other tables. Bone Appetit!
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    Population Density 1,802/sq mi

    #2 Knolls Revised

    If you and your hound love to chow down on good food, Knolls Revised is the place for you! Bryan’s Black Mountain Barbecue is a local favorite where dogs are welcome to join diners at outside tables. Just make sure to bring a leash! If you’re not in the mood for barbecue, try Big Earl’s Greasy Eats, where you can enjoy food on the outdoor patio, all with your four-legged friend. If Fido’s been a good boy, make sure to stop by Bone-Anza Treat Wagon to reward him.
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    Population Density 243/sq mi

    #3 Miramonte

    Grab your dog’s leash, some water, a walking stick, and a good pair of running shoes, because Cave Creek’s Miramonte neighborhood is home to Cave Creek Regional Park Trail. You and your dog can enjoy one of several scenic routes that are part of this trail. Make sure you pawse to enjoy the view and give yourself and your pet a break to relax and rehydrate, as some parts of the trail can be quite intense. A leash is required for your dog to be on the trail with you, and owners are advised to watch out for rattlesnakes.
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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #4 Pinnacle Peak

    Located a twenty minute drive from Cave Creek is Scottsdale, Arizona’s Pinnacle Peak, which is home to Brown’s Ranch Trailhead. Brown’s Ranch Trailhead is a popular spot for hikers, as there are numerous trails to choose from, across many different skill levels. With over 176 miles to walk, your dog is sure to have a ball! The trail encourages patrons to bring plenty of water for both you and your pet. A leash is required, as is a keen eye to watch out for local wildlife and horseback riders. You and your dog are sure to have a pawesome time!
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    Population Density 3,309/sq mi

    #5 NorScottsdale

    A twenty-five minute drive is all that separates Cave Creek from North Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. North Scottsdale is home to several dog-friendly restaurants, so you’re sure to find something that suits no matter what you’re craving. The Living Room is a casual spot where you can enjoy bistro-style food and a large selection of wine. It offers outdoor dining so that your dog can join you. If that seems a bit too heavy, check out The Breakfast Joynt, a local diner that serves – you guessed it – your favorite breakfast foods. Fido is allowed to join you on the outdoor patio; just make sure to bring a leash!
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