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Dog Areas in Litchfield Park

Only 20 miles northwest of Phoenix is the city of Litchfield Park in Maricopa County, Arizona. Its proximity to a big city like Phoenix means you can enjoy the small-city feel of Litchfield Park which has a population of less than 6,000, while also getting all the perks of living near a big city. While Litchfield Park doesn't have any dog parks of its own, it is very close to several cities and towns that have excellent dog parks and dog-friendly amenities. The weather in Arizona is envied by many, with its long, hot summers and mild winters. Some dogs may not be up for a dog park visit during the hottest part of the day, but many of the nearby parks are open late so you can visit when the sun goes down. Litchfield Park also has a handful of veterinarians within the city, and there are many more as you branch out into Arizona.

Surprise, Arizona is a city that is just a 20-minute drive from Litchfield Park with a population of almost 133,000 people. Right in the heart of Surprise is the Community Park Dog Park. This dog park has drinking fountains for humans and dogs, shade structures, a holding area, picnic tables, and lots of space for your dog to run and play. Litchfield Park is so close to so many more dog-friendly places like the Community Park Dog Park that you won't want to miss!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Litchfield Park

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    Population Density 4,784/sq mi

    #1 Arrowhead Phase III

    A half-hour drive from Litchfield Park is the city of Glendale, Arizona with a population of nearly 250,000. Northern Glendale is home to the community of Arrowhead Ranch Phase III, and it's one of the most outdoorsy parts of the entire state. Arrowhead Ranch Phase III is set up well for picnicking, hiking, golfing, swimming, and of course, dog walking! The Foothills Dog Park is made up of four sections: two for small dogs and two for big dogs, and each of these areas is regularly rotated to keep everything green and well-maintained. This park has seating, shade, and even some agility equipment!
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    Population Density 3,854/sq mi

    #2 Thomas Place

    Driving 22 miles east of Litchfield Park gets you to another great Arizona dog park called the Steele Indian School Dog Park in Phoenix. This large park has a one-acre section for large dogs and a 0.63-acre space for small dogs, chilled drinking water, doggy waste cleanup supplies, and solar powered lights. Sometimes after heavy rainfall, the park will be closed to allow the turf to dry, but you can contact the park ahead of time to find out if it's open. This park has many great features (include paw-shaped paths!) that both you and your pup are sure to love.
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    Population Density 183/sq mi

    #3 North 83rd Avenue

    Just 20 minutes northeast of Litchfield Park is Peoria, Arizona and one of the city's five dog-friendly outdoor areas known as the Pioneer Park Dog Park. This large, fenced-in, off-leash park is part of a larger park and recreational area and has separate sections for doggos of different sizes. It's also well-lit, and there's plenty of seating, space, and shade available as well. The dog park also has a pet drinking fountain where Fido can hydrate after playing in the heat. Visitors note how friendly the people and dogs who frequent this park are, as well as how well-maintained it is.
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    Population Density 2,908/sq mi

    #4 Palm Meadows

    Palm Meadows is a lovely residential neighborhood in Avondale, Arizona and it's only a ten-minute drive from Litchfield! There's a dog park in this area known as the Avondale Friendship Dog Park which is a great place to let your dog play off-leash. This park is part of a large park that has sports fields, lots of walking trails, and even beautiful Japanese gardens. The park is spacious, and there is also some shade and seating to keep guests cool and comfortable during their visits. You're welcome to visit other areas of the park with your dog, but unless you're within the dog park boundaries, your pet must be on a leash.
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    Population Density 5,211/sq mi

    #5 Encanto

    Encanto is a popular neighborhood in Phoenix that includes the midtown and uptown districts. This densely populated area is the place to be in Phoenix, and that's true for dogs, too! Encanto is only a 20-minute drive from Litchfield Park, and it's where you'll find the Hance Dog Park which will not disappoint. Hance Dog Park was Phoenix's first dog park, and it remains one of the favorites as well. There are separate sections for dogs of different sizes, chilled drinking water fountains with built-in bowls for dogs, decorative fencing, and plenty of shade and seating at this great neighborhood park.
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