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Dog Areas in Maricopa, AZ

6 Parks
8 Eateries
4 Groomers
Maricopa is a bustling city in the Gila River Valley of Arizona. If your dog is a huge foodie, then Maricopa is the place to take him since it is filled with dog friendly restaurants. Home to three veterinarians, Maricopa is a fantastic spot to take your pup.

Grab Fido and head out to Sorrento Park for a fun day out filled with fresh air and fun walks. The park provides benches with shade covering, a shaded playground, a nice walking trail, and tons of grass for Fido to roll around in. Besides the shade coverings, the park does not have a lot of trees to keep Fido cool, so be sure to bring extra water. 

For a change of scenery, Pacana Park features 28-acres filled with sports fields, a playground, running path, and open grass.

Stop by Honeycutt Coffee if you are in need of a hot cup of coffee and a tasty pastry before continuing your day with your adventurous pup.  If you're both craving something sweet, head into Dairy Queen and get yourself and Fido an ice cream cone. Both of these pawsome eateries offer dog friendly tables where Fido and you can relax together. 

If you need a place to stay for the night, check out Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino Resort. They welcome Fido to stay with you before continuing on your adventure.

With the great food options and beautiful parks, Fido will love hanging around Maricopa with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maricopa, AZ

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,189/sq mi

    #1 Acacia Crossing

    The Acacia Park is a pawsome park to visit for a nice walk with your pup. The park features a playground, covered picinic area, and a nice walking trail that goes throughout the park. If hunger strikes while you and your pup are out, check out Native Grill and Wings. This pawsome restaurant offers chicken, wings, burgers, sandwiches, and desserts for your enjoyment. Firehouse Subs is a popular deli-style eatery that dishes out out hot or cold subs and salads. If you and Fido have a sweet tooth, then stop into Yogurt Jungle and grab a customized yogurt that you both can enjoy. All of these dogtastic restaurants have a pet friendly outdoor patio and welcome your furry pal to join you for a tasty meal before heading out for the day. 
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,867/sq mi

    #2 Desert Cedars

    The Copper Sky Park is a beautiful 98-acre park that Fido will love to visit with you. The park offers a 5-acre fishing lake, two playgrounds, a shaded picnic area with BBQs, eight multi-purpose fields, tennis courts, and a horse shoe pit. If Fido is in need of a walk, make sure to take advantage of the walking trail that goes throughout the park. The best thing about the Copper Sky Park is the off-leash dog park located here. The dog park offers two areas, one for active dogs and another for more timid dogs. Your pup will love socializing at this pawtastic dog park!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 635/sq mi

    #3 Tat Momoli / Kohatk

    The Milton Paul Antone Memorial Park is a lovely area that is perfect to take Fido for an nice walk. The park offers plenty of grass for Fido to run on, and lots of green space. There's also a playground and restrooms for the humans' convenience. Make sure to walk along the path that takes you throughout the park for a good stroll and sniff-fest. Bring a bowl for water, and clean-up bags with you to help maintain the cleanliness of this park that the locals rave about! Your pup will love his time out with you at this pawsome park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density None/sq mi

    #4 Shawmut

    The Sonoran Desert National Monument is an amazing 496,600-acres of cactus plains and rugged mountains. Although there are no real attractions at the National Monument, it is still a lovely area to hike while viewing historic sites and Indian relics. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you are visiting the monument since there is wildlife that call this area home, and many of them are endangered species. Being in the desert offers little shade, so be sure to bring lots of water. Located on the outskirts of Maricopa, your pup wom't mind the short car ride to get to this pawsome area just waiting to be sniffed! 
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 643/sq mi

    #5 Rancho El Dorado

    Head out to the Jane Aksew Memorial Park with your furry pal by your side for some fun time out in the sun. The park feature a ton of grass for Fido to run around in, and a covered pavilion to help provide shade if it gets a bit hot. There are also basketball courts, a splash pad, and picnic tables where you and Fido can sit down and enjoy a nice lunch together. On the outskirts of the park is a walking path where you and Fido can get a good walk in before continuing on with your day.
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