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Dog Areas in Corona de Tucson

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Bordered to the south by forest and to the east by mountains, Corona de Tucson, AZ really has it all -- a small-town, neighborly vibe, surrounded by nature and just a thirty-minute drive from Tucson. This census-designated place has some seriously awesome claims to fame -- not only is it among the top five places to raise a family in Arizona, but surveys show that the suburb has the second happiest residents in the state! There’s no veterinary practice in Corona de Tucson, but fur-tunately, there’s one clinic to take good care of your buddy in nearby Vail, and emergency services are available up the road in Tucson.

There’s no designated dog park or even community park in Corona de Tucson, but you and your pooch shouldn’t have too "ruff" a time finding exercise options! It should come as no surprise that the town is close by to some fantastically Fido-friendly hiking trails. There’s not much in the way of doggy dining options here either, but you won’t need to go too far to get to somewhere you can chow down. And if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of off-leash adventure op-paw-tunities a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corona de Tucson

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    Population Density 9/sq mi

    #1 Coronado National Forest

    Outdoorsy pooches and their people will be glad to know that the Coronado National Forest is just a bone’s throw away from Corona de Tucson! Leashed pups can picnic, hike or camp everywhere except the Pusch Wilderness or Sabino Canyon Recreation Area. Never mind, though -- you and your pooch still have over a million acres of gorgeous scenery to sniff and explore! For a day hike, try the Cochise Stronghold trails, which feature fabulous views over the entire park. Because the area is so vast, it’s recommended to drive at least part of the way if you want to get a full sense of the place. Be sure to look up a map before you go!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,513/sq mi

    #2 Quail Creek

    You’d have to be barking mad not to bring your pooch to Quail Creek Dog Park! Located in Green Valley’s quiet and easily walkable Quail Creek neighborhood, this dog run has enough room for even the most hyperactive of hounds to tire themselves out in. There’s a separate small dog area, so your pooch can play and socialize no matter their size, and bags and water are provided. Once you two have worked up an appetite, why not stop in at El Patio Mexican? Their Banderas Enchiladas plate is the stuff of local legend, and they cater to canines outside.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,928/sq mi

    #3 Las Quintas Sernas


    Situated just a twenty-minute drive away in Sahuarita’s Las Quintas Sernas neighborhood, Anamax Bark Park is the closest off-leash area to Corona de Tucson. Proximity isn’t all this pawesome park has going for it, though! The dog run is huge -- there’s plenty of space in both the small and large dog areas for your four-legged pal to leap about to their heart’s content. Not only that, but there’s even some doggy agility equipment so fitter furry friends can get some extra canine cardio. Bags and water are provided, so just bring your pup and prepare to play! Keep in mind that the park is closed for maintenance on Friday mornings.

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #4 Santa Rita Foothills

    Santa Rita Foothills is a truly beautiful place -- right at the point where suburb meets rural and surrounded by natural beauty. It’s also home to the mutts-visit Charron Vineyards, a fantastically fur-friendly winery! The dog-loving staff will do everything to make your buddy feel at home short of putting out a bowl of Canine Sauvignon -- visiting pooches are often greeted with belly rubs, water, and even treats. Wagging tails are welcome both inside and out, so there’s no need to tie up Fido while you sample Charron Vineyard’s award-winning White Merlot. As an added bonus, their outdoor patio boasts breathtaking mountain views.
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    Population Density 5,986/sq mi

    #5 Littletown

    If you and your pooch are looking for something different to do, why not take the trip to Tuscon and check out the Pima Air and Space Museum? Conveniently located just off the interstate in the southern Tucson neighborhood of Littletown, this out-of-this-world museum lets leashed pooches roam indoors and investigate the exhibits with their owners. Pima Air and Space Museum has over 300 air and spacecraft in their possession -- your four-legged pal might well feel like Laika herself! Your pup won’t be allowed on the tram tour, but they can stay with a staff member if you want to take it yourself.
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