Dog walking in Parker

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Dog Walking in Parker

Grab Fido and go explore the town of Parker located in La Paz County, Arizona. This town sits along the Colorado River, and is perfect for any pup that wants to dip his paws into the water. Besides the Colorado River, Parker is near the Headgate Rock Dam and the Moovalya Lake. With one veterinarian in town, you know your dog will be well taken care of in Parker.

Take your dog out to Western Park for a great afternoon. The park offers a baseball field, basketball courts, playground, and a picnic area. There is a large grass area that you can use to play a game of fetch, or take advantage of the paved walking path throughout the park for a walk with your four-legged friend.  

Ja Johnny's Cafe is a pawsome restaurant to stop into for a bit to eat. Their outdoor patio welcomes your dog to dine alongside you. They have a wide range of dishes including breakfast burritos, burgers, sandwiches, and salads. 

Get a good night's rest with your pup at the Best Western Parker Inn or Quality Inn. They welcome your pup to stay a night or two with you before heading out onto your next adventure.  

Fido will have an amazing time in Parker alongside you, especially after checking out all the great amenities that fill this wonderful town. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Parker

Parker

48
Population Density
1,953 per sq. mi.

Parker

48

Head over to the Pop Harvey Park for a dogtastic day with your pup. This beautiful park has tons of amenities that you and Fido will love, including a splash pad, covered picnic area, sand volleyball court, a gazebo, and a playground. Benches are scattered throughout the park, and there is a great walking path around the park that you can use for a walk. The park has a small grass area that Fido can use for a game of fetch, and a second un-covered picnic area that you two can enjoy a meal at. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while visiting.

South Parker

36
Population Density
1,456 per sq. mi.

South Parker

36

The Manataba Park is a huge park that Fido will love to go visit. Enjoy the playground, baseball diamonds, covered picnic areas, and open grass field with your furry pal. There isn't a paved path in this park, but there is a dirt trail that surrounds it if you want to get a walk in with your dog. The Blue Water Marina Park sits along the Colorado River and offers a covered picnic area, a boat launch, and a great walking area along the lake. There is a great area where you and Fido can hike and explore, but make sure to keep your pup on a leash when visiting.

Northeast Parker

24
Population Density
634 per sq. mi.

Northeast Parker

24

The Buckskin Mountain State Park sits along the Colorado River and offers camping, swimming, boating, and hiking. The trails are perfect for any skill level of hiker since they only go between half a mile to one-mile in distance. The River Island State Park offers camping, boating, and hiking for your pup's enjoyment. The Wedge Hill Trail sits inside of this state park and offers a half-mile hike that starts off going uphill and gives you a gorgeous view of the Colorado River. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you're visiting both of these amazing parks. 

Sunny Ridge Dr / Buena Vista Ave

12
Population Density
526 per sq. mi.

Sunny Ridge Dr / Buena Vista Ave

12

The Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge sits on the Colorado River and offers wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing, and kayaking. Take a hike on one of the three trails that go throughout the refuge, like the Peninsula Trail which is a half-mile long and offers benches and restrooms along the trail. The first quarter of the trail is paved and the rest is packed dirt that you and Fido can travel along. Make sure when you visit that Fido stays on a leash at all time. The Cattail Cove State Park is north of Bill Williams, and offers over 2,000-acres of fun for Fido. This park has restrooms, a picnic area, and wildlife viewing, plus a doggie beach for Fido to run around on. If Fido doesn't like the water, then check out the trails that run through the park and get a good walk in together. These parks are located in Lake Havasu City, and only twenty miles out of Parker.

Bouse

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Population Density
647 per sq. mi.

Bouse

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The Bouse Community Park is a lovely park to spend the day with your pup. The park offers a playground, picnic area, camping, and hiking. The park has a large grass area that Fido can run around, but there isn't a lot of shade so make sure to bring plenty of water along with you. Take a walk around the park or if your pup is enjoying himself, grab a campsite and spend a night or two together. Keep your dog on a leash when you visit this great park that is located in Bouse and only thirty miles out of Parker.