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Dog Areas in Higley

Higley is a community in Maricopa County, Arizona that's home to nearly 9,000 people. Through the process of annexation, Higley is now considered part of the bigger town of Gilbert which is home to about 240,000 people. There's plenty to do in Higley and Gilbert, and it's a wonderful place to raise a family. Thanks to all the sunshine in Arizona, you're not often stuck inside because of the weather, so there's always something to do outside. There are even two dog parks right in Gilbert, as well as several more just a short drive away!

Cosmo Dog Park is about three miles from Higley, and you'll find it to the west of Gilbert's Agritopia Community. This 166-acre mixed-use community is home to many single-family houses, and the dog park was a welcome addition to the area. Cosmo Dog Park has not one, not two, but three separate sections! There's an area just for small dogs, an agility enclosure, and a third area with a beach and a swimming pond for dogs. Visitors also love that there are dog wash stations that come in handy at the end of your visit. This is just one of several dog parks near Higley that you and your pooch will love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Higley

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    Population Density 1,520/sq mi

    #1 Dave Brown Lamoreaux Farms

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    The Dave Brown Lamoureux Farms area of northwestern Gilbert is less than eight miles from Higley. This area is where you'll find Crossroads Park, a 92-acre park with a lake, sports fields and courts, playgrounds, picnic areas, and much more. It also has its own off-leash dog park! The Dog Park at Crossroads Park has a section for small or timid dogs, as well as an area for bigger and more active dogs. The dog park also has lighting for nighttime use, as well as shaded seating areas, drinking water for humans and canines, and waste disposal supplies. Your dog can join you in other areas of Crossroads Park if they're wearing their leash.
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    Population Density 4,295/sq mi

    #2 Citrus HOA

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    Northern Mesa, Arizona is 12 miles north of Higley, and this area is also where you'll find the Quail Run Dog Park. Visitors love that this dog park is so clean and well-maintained, and they also appreciate that there are sections for small and timid dogs as well as bigger and more active pups. There are water fountains for humans and their pets, as well as seating areas and shaded spots to keep you cool. There are also doggy waste disposal supplies in the park as well as lighting for nighttime use. To keep the Quail Run Dog Park in such great shape, it's closed every Thursday for maintenance.
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    Population Density 2,047/sq mi

    #3 Foothills Paseo

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    The southeastern corner of Phoenix, Arizona is less than 20 miles from Higley, and it's also where Pecos Park is located. This large city park has a skate park, a splash pad, basketball and volleyball courts, a swimming pool, soccer and football fields, and its very own off-leash dog park! The RJ Dog Park at Pecos Park was named after a police dog who died on duty. The dog park sits on two acres of land, and it's divided into big and small sections. Both sections of the park have drinking water for dogs, as well as shaded areas, waste disposal supplies, and seating.
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    Population Density 2,918/sq mi

    #4 Balboa Way

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    If you and Sparky drive south of Higley for 12 miles, you'll arrive in southwestern Chandler, Arizona. This is where the Balboa Way area can be found, and it's home to the Snedigar Sportsplex. This is a 90-acre facility with baseball and soccer fields, a skate park, and an off-leash dog park. The Snedigar Sportsplex Dog Park has areas for dogs of different sizes, as well as a double-gated entry system and some colorful agility equipment. There are also water bowls and a hose in the park, as well as shaded areas, benches, and picnic tables. Your dog can join you in most other areas of the complex when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,809/sq mi

    #5 Mitchell Park West

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    The big city of Tempe, Arizona is just west of Higley, and the northwestern corner of town is about 13 miles away. The area known as Mitchell Park West is home to Mitchell Dog Park, and this spacious off-leash dog park features one large area for dogs of all sizes to interact. The grass is well-maintained and the park is known for being quite clean. There are often plastic pools set up for the dogs to cool off in, as well as water fountains and waste disposal supplies. Pet parents can relax in the shade in one of the park's several seating areas.
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