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Dog Areas in Nogales

6 Parks
1 Shop
2 Groomers

Nogales is a beautiful town in Santa Cruz County, Arizona and borders the city of Nogales, Sonora, in Mexico. The town is known as one of the major ports of entry into the United States. There are three veterinarians in Nogales that your pup can go to for a health check-up.

Beck Park is a great park to spend some time at with your four-legged pal. This fenced in park holds a playground, covered picnic area, basketball courts, and benches. There is grass your dog can run around on and a nice paved walking path that is perfect to use for a walk with your dog.

The Meadow Hills Park is a slightly bigger area that you can explore with Fido. They offer a playground, covered picnic area, and grass for a game of fetch. Take a walk on the paved walking path that goes throughout the park and get a good day of exercise in with your dog by your side. 

If Fido needs a place to rest, then check into the Mariposa Hotel or the Motel 6 Nogales and get a good rest alongside your furry pal.

Nogales is a beautiful place to spend some time with Fido by your side. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nogales

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    Population Density 4,487/sq mi

    #1 N Mariposa Rd / W Target Range Rd

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    Anza Park is a pawesome park to take your furry pal to for a fun afternoon out. The fenced in park has a playground, covered picnic area, tennis courts, and benches for owners to sit on. The park is mainly made up of concrete and crushed stone, so there is plenty of space to get a good walk in with your furry pal. There isn't a lot of shade available at the park, so make sure to bring water for your dog and check the ground before taking your dog for a walk along it. Keep Fido on a leash when you're out at this park. 

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    Population Density 1,542/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Nogales

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    Head over to the Monte Carlo Park and enjoy some time in the sun with your dog. This dogtastic park has basketball courts, a covered picnic area, a playground, and benches for owners. There is some grass for fetch and a few trees for shade, but make sure you bring water along with you. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while out visiting the park since it lines straight up to a residential street. Take a long stroll around the green spaces, of just romp in the sun!
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    Population Density 4,083/sq mi

    #3 City Center

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    Memorial Park is a lovely place to spend some time with your dog. The park was built by veterans from WWII and offers baseball fields, tennis courts, and a skate park. There is a great path that you and Fido can use for a walk together. Make sure your dog is up to socializing since the park is used for a lot of minor league baseball games and can be a bit busy at times. Keep your dog on a leash while you are walking around and don't forget your clean-up bags and water. Fleischer Park is another great park to hang out at with your dog. The park has baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and a walking path around it that you two can use for a nice walk together. Make sure your dog stays on a leash when you visit both of these parks. 

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    Population Density 277/sq mi

    #4 Patagonia

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    Explore the Sonoita Creek State Natural Area with your pup by your side. There are over twenty miles of trails that you and Fido can hike together, like the Overlook Trail which is 1.5-miles and will lead you to the Patagonia Lake State Park. This state park is a 265-acre area with a manmade lake that allows camping and fishing. There is a picnic area with grills and ramadas, and a trail that circles around a creek. Located in Patagonia and only five miles out from Nogales, your pup will love hanging out at these two parks.

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    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #5 Tumacacori

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    The Tumacacori National Historic Park is a great area to explore with your dog. The park has a museum, plus a great walking trail around it that Fido can use for some exercise with you. The Southwest Parks and Monument offers a great area to get a hike in and feel some solitude away from the busy towns. The trail doesn't offer any shade, so make sure to bring plenty of water with you. Keep your dog on a leash when you hang out at both of these parks, which are located in Tumacacori and only four miles out from Nogales.

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