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Dog Areas in Oro Valley

8 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
11 Eateries
4 Groomers

Located 15 miles north of Tucson, Oro Valley features Fido and family-friendly activities. Oro Valley is situated in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, and features hiking trails through Catalina State Park. You can take your pup on the hiking and biking trails that reach an elevation of nearly 3,000 feet. While you explore the mountain wildflowers and wildlife, you and Fido will enjoy the fresh air and exercise. If you are planning to spend the day, remember to bring plenty of water and doggie waste bags.

Three well-qualified veterinarian clinics are available for all of Fido’s medical needs in the Valley. The cheerful and helpful staff members will provide love and attention whether you pup comes in for routine care or emergency medical attention. 

When searching for the best dog-friendly restaurants in Oro Valley, check out Caffe Torino Ristorante Italiano. You can stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and enjoy your meal at one of the outdoor tables. The friendly staff will bring your pooch water and snacks in addition to love and attention. Another pup-friendly restaurant is Chuys where you and the family can enjoy classic Mexican dishes on the outdoor patio. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oro Valley

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    Population Density 989/sq mi

    #1 Linda Vista


    Spending quality time with your pup in the Linda Vista neighborhood is more fun when you visit the James D. Kriegh Off-Leash Dog Park.  The area is fenced, but is not separated for large and small dogs. You can relax at one of the shaded picnic tables while Fido runs and romps with his friends. There is a tunnel the pups can run through and a doggie drinking fountain. The park provides doggie waste bags and trash cans to keep the area looking nice. You can also take your pooch hiking on the Linda Vista trails where the paved paths make it easy for the entire family to walk. When you reach the top of the trail, take a moment to admire the view and rest before heading back down the mountain. 

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    Population Density 1,194/sq mi

    #2 Canada Hills


    If you and your pup are visiting the Canada Hills neighborhood, plan to spend some time at El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Park on La Canada Drive. You can walk through the gardens with your pooch as long as he stays on his leash while you enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. Bring some water bottles and relax on one of the outdoor benches, and be sure to clean up after your pup. You may also want to stop by Noble Hops Gastropub for a drink of one of their rotating craft beers on the scenic and dog-friendly outdoor patio.

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    Population Density 2,078/sq mi

    #3 Vista Del Oro


    One of the best features of the Vista Del Oro neighborhood is the Canada Del Oro Riverfront Park. The area is well kept and offers a nice playground for the children. You can spend the afternoon hanging out with the family while Fido sniffs the grass and trees, and enjoys the fresh air. The walking paths are well maintained, and you can refill your water bottles at the fountain near the restrooms.  Doggie waste stations are located throughout the park, so make sure to clean up! When the family is ready for dinner, Rubio’s Coastal Grill is a perfect destination for you and your pup. Ten pet-friendly outdoor tables offer plenty of space to relax and enjoy some seafood or Mexican dishes.

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    Population Density 2,078/sq mi

    #4 Rancho Vistoso


    The Rancho Vistoso neighborhood offers access to one of the best hiking trails in the area. The Honey Bee Canyon Park and Trails provides 77-acres of space to explore nature with your pup. The trails are well marked, and you can relax along the way at one of the picnic tables. Fido will enjoy sniffing the plants and socializing with other pups you meet along the way. Make sure to bring plenty of water and fill up with fresh air while enjoying the view. Before heading out on the trail, you and your pooch can stop at Sahuaro Café and enjoy breakfast or lunch on the patio. The owners and staff will provide a water bowl and plenty of love and attention. 

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    Population Density 2,191/sq mi

    #5 Copper Springs Estates


    Naranja Park is in the Copper Springs Estates neighborhood features an amazing off-leash dog park. The park offers an area for both large and small pups, and provides a double-gated entry for safety. Fido will love coming to the park to socialize with his friends while playing fetch or rolling around in the grass. Puppy parents can relax at one of the shaded picnic tables, and the doggie drinking fountains are perfect when Fido needs a cool drink. The park also offers doggie waste stations making it easy to keep the park clean. If your pooch enjoys hiking, plan to get some extra exercise walking the trails outside of the dog park. When you need a dog-friendly place to get a snack before heading home, stop by Flavor of India and relax at the outdoor tables. 

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