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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Clifton



Ward Canyon

Ward Canyon, on the south end of Clifton, includes the County Sheriff's Headquarters, some houses, and a few small businesses. This neighborhood is a rugged area with bluffs and open desert. To get a scenic view of the town, take Fido to the Mares Bluff trailhead on Ward Canyon Road. Follow the switchbacks up the steep pathway to the plateau area and continue to the bluff. From here, you can see the canyon and the surrounding mountains. Keep your pooch away from the edge by restraining them with a cord or leash. Bring enough water for you and your special pal on your trek.



Town Center

The Town Center neighborhood of Clifton includes some single-family homes, a few businesses, and a hotel. The historic Coronado Trail passes through this area and offers a scenic drive. Take your furry pal out to visit Veterans Memorial Park on Coronado Boulevard. This pocket facility includes tables and open space near the San Francisco River. Play ball in the grass with your four-footed pal and have lunch together outdoors. Bring refreshments with you to help you keep cool. Your pets must be on a lead or cord when visiting this public property. Carry waste collection bags when you come here.



Soapbox Canyon

In Soapbox Canyon, on the southeast side of town, you'll find single-family homes and a few small businesses. You and Fido can walk on the roads in this community for your exercise. Another place to stretch your legs out here is on the Verde Lee Loma Linda Path. This trail connects with the dirt levee that runs alongside Ward Canyon Road. Hike through the country on the natural-surface trail with your furry pal. Be on the alert for rattlesnakes while you're on your outing. For safety, consider leashing your canine companion. Carry water and bags so that you can remove any waste.




The town of Morenci is on the western edge of Clifton. This area has streets with single-family homes, a public school complex, and a business sector. There are some pocket parks here where you and Spot can take some time enjoying the outdoors together. For a furrific hike, pick up the Morenci Southern Railroad Trail off Copper Verde Lane. The trailhead is just southeast of the neighborhood. You can follow this pathway northeast to the San Francisco River and back for about a 3.4-mile round trip. Leash your fur baby and keep your eyes open for snakes. Carry lots of water for your trek.



Three Way

The rural community of Three Way has a few houses, some farms, a country store, and a ranger station. Out here, you can enjoy the scenery along the Gila River as you look at the mountains on the horizon. There's a hiking trail off Highway 75 just south of the neighborhood. Pick up the Scully Creek Trail and go hiking with Fido. Head northeast past the airport on the natural-surface pathway. This area is desert country, so bring plenty of water and dress appropriately. Make sure your furry pal remains under your control and stay alert. Remove any droppings that your canine companion leaves.

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