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Dog Areas in Drexel Heights

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Drexel Heights is a town in Arizona with plenty of people and pups for you to make friends with. Whether you are moving to the city or just passing through, there is lots of room to run and play with your dog as you get to know the area. John F. Kennedy Park is a pupular destination for those coming in or out of the northeast corner of the city with their dogs. There are no animal hospitals inside of the town, but there are three just to the east of Drexel Heights. You will need to keep your pup on-leash as you explore the town, but your dog will be too busy sniffing around and wagging his tail to notice!

There are plenty of open green spaces throughout Drexel Heights that welcome dogs and their humans as long as everyone is well-behaved. The Tucson Mountain Park just to the north of town is incredibly popular for families looking for a pupperific hiking spot for a weekend trip. The Santa Cruz River Park is another wonderful location for you to take your dog on a hot day for a lovely place to enjoy both sun and shade together. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Drexel Heights

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    Population Density 1,402/sq mi

    #1 Mountain Manor View

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    Mountain Manor View is a small and gorgeous residential neighborhood. This neighborhood affords you a lovely view of the hills and mountains to the north. You will find plenty of scenic dog walking spots in Mountain Manor View, so keep the leash by the door! Winston Reynolds-Manzanita Park is full of full trees and rolling grass that is simply pawfect for getting away from the stress in your life for an afternoon. Your dog will be sure to cheer you up as he rolls around the hills and chases after all of those tennis balls that you brought with you!
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    Population Density 1,402/sq mi

    #2 Foothills Ranchos

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    Foothills Ranchos is a scenic little neighborhood with easy access to the highways which will take you right up north to Tuscon. This makes it the pawfect neighborhood for commuters who want to spend less time sitting in their cars and more time walking their dogs! With all of that extra time, you can take your dog a quick drive up north for a day at Kennedy Park and Kennedy Lake. This beautiful wild area has walking paths and trees for the both of you to enjoy. You will need to bring your clean-up bags and some tennis balls with you!
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    Population Density 1,402/sq mi

    #3 Sage Creek

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    Sage Creek is a tranquil residential neighborhood with plenty to offer its dog-walking residents. You will find manicured lawns with aromatic gardens during the spring months. Any time of year, you will find Vesey Park a puptastic place to take your dog for a walk with you. There are plenty of open fields for throwing around a tennis ball or a Frisbee until your hound is worn out. You can also spread out a picnic blanket and enjoy some snacks together while you read a book, or just take in the fresh air and warm sun around you for an hour or two.
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    #4 Valencia Homesites

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    Valencia Homesites is a great neighborhood if you are looking for pupperific real estate mixed with natural charm. The Lawrence District Park is a great spot for you to visit with your dog if you need some quiet time away from your busy life. Your dog won't complain about some extra time with you, that's for sure! You will need waste bags and plenty of drinking water if you are visiting the park on a warm day. Shade can be hard to come by when the park is crowded, so keep that in mind as you prepare to spend some time in the Arizona sun!
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    Population Density 1,402/sq mi

    #5 Cardinal Estates

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    Cardinal Estates is a dog-friendly residential neighborhood with plenty of green spaces for you to take your dog for a long walk after work, or a quick spin around the block while you enjoy your coffee! Mission Ridge Park is a decent-sized local park with plenty of walking paths for you and your dog. The park also features a basketball court and a large field area with plenty of trees for shade. Whether you are looking for a place to roll a tennis ball around with your pooch or curl up with your favorite book, there is a little something for everyone in Mission Ridge Park!
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