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Dog Areas in Florence, AZ

Florence is one of the oldest towns in Pinal County, Arizona.  Because it has over 25 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Florence has earned National Historic District status.

If you're staying in Florence with your four-legged friend and you need a place to spend the night, you can visit the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Florence, where big dogs are not only allowed, but welcomed! However, there is a pet fee. Dog-friendly restaurants in the city are Big Quicks BBQ, River Bottom Bar & Grill and Valentino's Eatery. Not very far from the city center is an attracted called Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, where well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome.

Moreover, your fur baby can join you on a hike in the McFarland State Historic Park of Florence, where you can both get great exercise and bond. You can visit the Poston Butte, which is the Poston's pyramidal tomb at the peak of the butte. The hiking trail is not very long, and it'd be a perfect opportunity g. All in all, Florence is a very dog-friendly town that you won't regret visiting side by side with your beloved pet.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Florence, AZ

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    Population Density 428/sq mi

    #1 Central Florence

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    In the center of the city, you'll find the only dog park that belongs officially just to Florence. It's aptly named Florence Dog Park, and it's located at 200 East 8th Street just behind the little league park. The park is fenced and is covered in grass. It's not too big, but it's well-maintained. The park also offers benches and picnic tables. Just a little bit further from Florence Dog Park is Heritage Park, which is not a dog park specifically, but dogs are allowed there as long as you clean up after them and keep them on their leash. Other fun amenities at this park include a water park, basketball courts, football area and more. This is the place to be if you want to enjoy some family time. If you need a place to stay with your dog, you can visit Rancho Sonora Inn.

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    Population Density 2,365/sq mi

    #2 San Tan Valley

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    Approximately 23 miles away from Florence is the San Tan Mountains Regional Dessert. This park is not specifically designated for dogs, but it is dog-friendly. Although you have to pay an entrance fee of $6, people say it's worth it. It's a family-friendly place where your dog has to be on a leash at all times. Make sure to bring waste bags so you can clean up after your pup, and plenty of water because the trails are pretty long and hot. You are in a dessert, after all! There are multiple trails with different levels of difficulty so you can choose one according to your and your dog's preference.
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    Population Density 167/sq mi

    #3 Queen Creek

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    Twenty-five miles away from Florence, in Queen Creek, is a dog park called Pocket Park for Pups where you can bring your dog for exercise. The park is fenced and it's divided into two parts: one for small pups and the other one for big dogs. The park doesn't have a water station, so you should bring your own. Also, it doesn't have much shade, so make sure you visit the park when it's not too hot. The park includes poop stations and has benches for dog owners. The park is generally well-maintained and it's covered in grass. It's a nice place for your fur baby to socialize with other dogs. If you're feeling hungry afterwards, you and Fido can visit EggsTC, Sushi Creek or Rhema Soul Cuisine.
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    Population Density 494/sq mi

    #4 Central Casa Grande

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    About 28 miles west of Florence is another dog park called Casa Grande Dog Park. The park is fenced, and, although it's not a very big park, it's nicely maintained. There is a wash-up area with a water hose and lots of water bowls for your pup. The fence is pretty secured, and there is also an area for smaller or more passive dogs. There is no agility equipment, so make sure you bring some toys for tiring out your pup. Another park in the vicinity where you can take your dog is the Peart Park. This park is not designated especially for dogs, so your furry buddy must be on-leash.

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    Population Density 3,810/sq mi

    #5 Southern Chandler

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    The Paseo Vista Recreation Area Dog Park is a little bit further away than the other parks listed here, at approximately 37 miles from Florence. Some destinations are worth the trip, and this one is no exception. This park is very clean, and the view is fantastic. There is a disc golf area, playground, and a dog park. The park has two zones. Maintenance is carried out weekly on an alternating schedule; one section stays open while the other is being maintained. It's the perfect place for training and socializing your pup. Children under 12 are not allowed in the dog park, though. Make sure to bring water and to clean up after your dog.
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