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Dog Areas in Overgaard

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Sitting on top of the Mongollo Rim is the town of Overaggard. This mountain community is known for their timbering roots, and is located near the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. There are two veterinarians in Overgaard that your dog can go and visit any time you need. 

If your dog is craving some off-leash time, head over to the Pueblo Village Dog Park. The park offers both a small and large dog park, so your pup can play with friends their own size. Open from dawn until dusk, there will be plenty of time for you and Fido to hang out at the dog park. There are waste baskets and doggie clean-up bags available, but make sure you bring your own water along. 

Spend a day out at the Heber/Overgaard Park with your furry park. While at the park you will be shaded by trees, plus they have covered picnic tables and tons of grass to run around on. There is also a packed dirt hiking trail that you and your pup can use for a nice walk.

Your dog will love exploring the mountain town of Overgaard alongside you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Overgaard

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    Population Density 1,000/sq mi

    #1 Clay Springs

    Take a great hike with your furry pal on the Tall Timbers Trailhead. The trail is two miles long on a loop style route. While hiking, you will come across some stairs that you can climb before you come across a creek where you can stop and cool off. If you want to continue hiking, hop onto another trail in the area or continue onto your loop. Located in Clay Springs and only five miles out of Overgaard, your pup will love exploring this trail with you.
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    Population Density 500/sq mi

    #2 Heber

    Grab Fido and take a nice walk along the Hangmans Trail. The trail is three miles long with a 367-foot elevation gain. This trail is pretty easy for any skill level of hiker, and offers a packed dirt path where you are covered by tall trees to help keep you shaded. The trail passes a cemetery along the way, and you may see remnants of the Rodeo-Chediski Fire that burned along this path in 2002. Make sure to bring plenty of water for your dog when you are out hiking the trail which is located less then a mile out of Overgaard in Heber.
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    Population Density 1,844/sq mi

    #3 Torreon

    Check out McCarty Park with Fido by your side. This pawesome park is covered by large trees that help keep you shaded when you visit. The park offers a playground, covered picnic area, benches, and a great walking path that you and Fido can use for a good day of exercise while you are out. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash when you are at the park, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you. Located in Show Low, and less then thirty miles out from Overgaard, your dog will have a great time out at the park with you.
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    Population Density 953/sq mi

    #4 Show Low

    The Show Low City Park is a fantastic place to spend the day with your pup. This beautiful park offers a playground, large grass are for running, and baseball diamonds. There is an amazing hiking trail throughout the park that is slightly wooded, and a great area to explore with your dog. Keep your dog on a leash while out at the Show Low City Park and make sure to bring water and clean-up bags. Located in Show Low, this is the perfect park to let Fido run around in.
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    Population Density 1,867/sq mi

    #5 City Center

    The Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area will have your dog jumping for joy. The 150-acre area offers fishing, camping, boating, and a picnic area. If your dog loves water, let him enjoy this lake when you are out visiting. There is a 1.5-mile walking trail along the west and south side of the lake that is perfect to use for a walk with your dog. You are also able to access the White Mountain Trail System from this lake and continue hiking along the other eleven miles they have. Located in Show Low, your dog will have an amazing day out at this park.
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