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Dog Areas in Coolidge

The city of Coolidge, Arizona was named after one of the presidents of the United States of America, Calvin Coolidge. Coolidge was founded in 1925 and is home to the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This particular monument is one of the first in the nation’s history to be protected by the government.

There is quite a bit of history in this town, along with plenty of natural beauty. The views that can be seen from this town are stunning. Coolidge offers the best of both worlds -- gorgeous natural landscape just outside the muttropolitan area means you can reap the rewards of both country and city life.

There are two great hiking trails for you and your pooch to enjoy here. Both hikes are fairly easy, and allow your pooch can accompany you as long as they stay on their leash. The first trail is just over 5 miles, and the other trail, John’s Route, is 21.27 miles long. Both trails have plenty of shade and places to sit along the way.

When you’ve finished exploring, you and your pooch can crash at one of the many pet-friendly hotels available. Each lodging option has a different pet policy, so you’re sure to find something that suits both your needs and budget.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coolidge

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    Population Density 1,056/sq mi

    #1 Central Florence

    This dog-friendly city is located 11 miles from Coolidge, Arizona and is home to the Florence Dog Park. This dog park is completely fenced in for a great off-leash experience for your pooch. There is plenty of grass for your canine pal to roll around in, while owners can sit on the benches or picnic tables and watch. This park also offers agility equipment for your pup to enjoy with other canine friends. Something to keep in mind is there is not a lot of shade, and you will need to bring water for you and your pooch. Hungry? Head north to the River Bottom Bar and Grill, where your four-footed friend is allowed to dine with you at the outdoor tables.
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    #2 Queen Creek

    Sure, dog parks are a great place to exercise, but wouldn’t it be nice if there was a doggie gym? Well, if you’re in Queen Creek, you’re in luck! Club-Doggie Dog Agility Gym is approximately 27 miles from Coolidge, but the drive is well worth it! Your pup will have a paw-tastic time playing on all of the equipment available both indoors and outdoors at this doggy gym! You can get a membership fairly easily, on a monthly, biannual, or annual basis. You can take your canine friend to this facility anytime during business hours. This gym also offers obedience classes in case you want to sharpen your pup’s skills. Grab your tennis shoes and come out for a furrific time at this pawesome gym!
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    #3 Superior


    Superior is a bit of a trek at 42 miles away, but the Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park is definitely worth the trip. This park has so many fun things for you both to enjoy that you may not be able to do everything in one day! Your canine friend must stay on their leash while visiting this park. The trails have different types of terrain; some are mainly dirt, while others are rocky. There are plenty of trees for shade on those hot days. Your pooch will enjoy visiting the botanical garden with you and just taking in all of the natural beauty that lies within this park. There is a stream along the way for your pooch to make a splash in, and water bowls are provided throughout the park. Don’t forget to pack the essentials: drinking water, waste bags, and towels if you plan to let your pal swim.

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    #4 Picacho Peak State Park

    Hankering for a hike with Fido? Head to Picacho, Arizona, where you’ll find the Picacho Peak State Park, just 35 minutes from Coolidge. Your pup will need to stay on their leash while you take in the stunning desert views at this state park. The trails here are fairly easy, and the terrain varies from dirt-covered to a little rocky. There are restrooms throughout the park and various places to sit in the shade. You will need to bring your own water and doggie clean up bags since they’re not provided here. Your pooch will enjoy all of the different scents to smell along the trails! Other activities available here include camping and wildlife watching.
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    #5 Shawnee Park

    Shawnee Bark Park in Chandler, AZ -- approximately 34 miles from Coolidge -- is a dog’s dream! This large, off-leash park has more than enough room for your furry friend to roam. A separate area is set aside for the shy pups. The park has plenty of shade and places for you and your pooch to sit. You’ll find parking close by. You won’t have to worry about bringing clean-up materials because all of the supplies are provided for you. Drinking water is also available, so don’t worry about bringing anything but Fido’s favorite toy! If your pooch loves water, this park includes kiddie pools and hoses for some splashin’ good fun! There’s also an agility course that your pooch can romp around on. What more could you want?!
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