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Dog Areas in Clarkdale

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Clarkdale was once known to be a mining town, but today it is a quieter community known for its arts. Between concerts in the park, annual invitational art shows, and theater performances, this town is not missing out on entertainment. Although there are no veterinarians in Clarkdale, your dog can still get a healthy check-up at one of the seven in Cottonwood. 

Clarkdale Park is a great park to visit with your furry pal by your side. With amenities like benches, picnic tables, a grassy field, and a gazebo, you both will have a great time in this park. Take a stroll along the paved path that winds through the park, just make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you are visiting. 

If your pup starts to get hungry, stop into Su Casa for a bite to eat. They serve delicious Mexican food with a friendly staff that will welcomes Fido to come eat alongside you. They boast a clean and spacious patio for you both to enjoy while at the restaurant, and the best thing about it is how close it is to the Clarkdale Park! 

Your dog will love spending time is this quant little town with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarkdale

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4/sq mi

    #1 East Clarkdale

    Grab Fido and check out the Tuzigoot National Monument together. This pueblo ruin stands 120-feet above the Verde River and offers 110 rooms inside of it. The monument welcomes your dog to explore the area and hike on the rails with you, and even allows your pup to become a Bark Ranger and receive a badge if he follows the rules. Take a great hike with your dog while at the monument, but make sure to keep him on a leash. Bring water along with you since the trails don't offer any shade and it will get hot.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #2 North Cottonwood

    Check out the Dead Horse Ranch State Park with your four-legged friend. This park along the Verde River offers swimming, fishing, and hiking throughout. The Riverfront Park is a massive park that your dog will love running around. With a playground, open grass space, and sports field, this park doesn't skimp on amenities. If your dog is craving some off-leash time, head over to the Riverfront Dog Park. The park is divided into three areas and offers a kiddie pool with water to keep your pup cool. With chairs for owners to sit on, tons of room for running, and trees or shade, this will be your dog's favorite park. The Old Town Activity Park is a great place to get a walk in with your pup and play a game of fetch. With a large open grass field, paved walking path, and sports field, you two won't be bored here. Located in Cottonwood, and only three miles out of Clarkdale, North Cottonwood is a great place to visit.
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    Population Density 3,858/sq mi

    #3 Mingus

    Garrison Park is a lovely park to go and get a walk in at with your pup by your side. The park is filled with restrooms, a picnic area, playground, benches, and a large grass area. There is a great paved path that circles around the park for a walk. The Verde Valley Military Service Park is a small park that offers a paved walking path, plus there are benches you can relax on and a small grass area. The park is filled with monuments and is still being worked on. Both these great parks are in Cottonwood, and are the perfect places to spend a day.
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    Population Density 367/sq mi

    #4 North Jerome

    Head over to the Jerome State Historic Park with your pup by your side. The park has a huge paved walking path that wanders around the park, plus there is tons of grass to roll around on. While at the park you can get a little history about Jerome with the small plaques telling the town's history. The Laura Willams Park is a small park that has a few trees for shade and a small walking trail that you both can walk along. This park doesn't hold too many amenities, but your dog will still love getting a walk in. These parks are located in Jerome, and only five miles out of Clarkdale.
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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Cottonwood

    The Verde River Greenway State Natural Area is a great area to explore with your dog. This park offers swimming, fishing, and hiking along the Verde River, which any water-loving pup will love. Enjoy the hiking trail that runs throughout the park and get a good walk in with your dog while visiting. The trail runs along the river, so you have tons of opportunities to stop and get a splash in. The park also holds a small playground and horseshoes for you to enjoy while there. Located in Cottonwood, your dog won't mind the small car ride to check out this great park. 
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