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Dog Areas in Lakeside, AZ

3 Parks
5 Trails
4 Eateries
5 Groomers
Lakeside is a small mountain town in Navajo County, Arizona. The town is known as a tourist destination from the hot deserts of Arizona, and is popular for its summer resorts. And with three veterinarians in town, your dog will be healthy and happy while visiting.

Enjoy your day out in the Mountain Meadows Park. This lovely park is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. giving you both more then enough time to walk around and explore. The park features multiple baseball fields, soccer fields, disc golf course, plus grass for your pup to run around on. There is a great walking path around the park for a pawrific walk.

When hunger strikes, head to Long Wong's is an award-winning eatery that dishes out some delicious food like Buffalo wings, classic pizza, burgers, and sandwiches. They offer an outdoor patio that welcomes your furry pal to join you while you enjoy your meal together.

If you and Fido need a place to rest, check into The Place at Pinetop. They welcome your dog to stay the night with you and get a good night's rest before you head out on your next adventure.

With great restaurants, parks, and trails to explore your pup, will love roaming around this great town with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lakeside, AZ

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 561/sq mi

    #1 Pinetop

    48
    Take Fido out on a great hike through the mountains on the Springs Trail. With a 3.4-mile hike and a 144-foot elevation gain, your dog will have a great time exploring this fun trail. The route type is a loop and tends to be lightly trafficked, so you both won't be bothered too much on the hike. The trail is covered with trees, and there is a small creek you can splash around in to cool off. While you are out on this hike, your dog needs to stay on leash the entire time and watch out for native wildlife.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 726/sq mi

    #2 Pinetop-Lakeside

    36
    Have a great day out at the Woodland Lake Park. The park offers sport fields, a playground, biking trails, a fishing pier, and a picnic area. Your pup will love running on the grass or taking a nice walk on the path throughout the park. If you both get hungry, stop into the Pinetop Brewing Company with your pup. They offer an array of different foods like pizza and chicken, plus their outdoor patio welcomes your dog with open arms and a fresh water bowl so he can be refreshed while you are enjoying your meal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 676/sq mi

    #3 W White Mountain Blvd

    24
    Have a great day out filled with exercise on the Mogollon Rim Trail. The trail is 10.5-miles long with a 1,496-foot elevation gain to really make you and Fido feel the burn. The lightly trafficked route offers a loop type route that you and Fido can easily maneuver together. When you reach the end point of your hike, you will be rewared with some amazing views of the mountains and valleys, which will make the hike worth it! Make sure to bring plenty of water with you, since there won't be any on the trail. 
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 543/sq mi

    #4 Porter Mountain Road

    12
    The Panorama Trail is a fantastic path to hike with your four legged friend. The trail is 9.3-miles long with an elevation gain of 692-feet in a loop style route. This trail is very popular among other hikers, so make sure your dog doesn't mind to hike with a lot of people. The trail will take you through a beautiful forest and offers a great view of the valley. The trail can be a little rocky, so occasionally check your pup's paws and make sure to keep him on a leash while you are exploring.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 30/sq mi

    #5 Show Low Downtown

    0
    If Fido is craving some off leash time, take him out to The Deuce of Dogs Bark Park. This pawsome dog park offers separate small and large dog areas so your furry pal can play with friends his own size. The park also features a water fountain, a great walking path into a wooded area, and plenty of grass for your dog to run on or get a good game of fetch in. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you when you visit this pawsome park in Show Low, which is only seven miles out of Lakeside and the perfect destination for Fido to have some off leash time.
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