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Dog Areas in Prescott Valley

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6 Eateries
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Prescott Valley is a town in Yavapai County located 8 miles east of Prescott. Surrounded by mountains and forest, the town is a perfect place to find some rest and relaxation while enjoying the mild Arizona weather and magnificent mountain views. The town’s charming atmosphere combines wilderness and urban comfort, resulting in a perfect mix of outdoor adventures and cultural experiences in the valley as well as the nearby city of Prescott. You can also find 17 veterinary clinics and plenty of pet-friendly cafes in Prescott.

Your pup will pawsitively love Prescott Valley Dog Park! Two enclosed areas form a roomy spot for pooches of all sizes to play together with some pup peers. You will also find a comfortable gazebo and picnic tables where you can grab a bite and have a chat with the locals. The park features sandy terrain, which is perfect for digging up and wallowing in! You'll need to bring some water with you as well as a towel for post-play clean-up.

Adventure seekers eager to explore Yavapai County will love Iron King Trail. This pet-friendly trail stretches for 4 miles between Prescott and Prescott Valley and winds through a variety of terrains. Make sure you bring enough water with you.

You and your pup will go mutts for everything Prescott Valley has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Prescott Valley

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    Population Density 27/sq mi

    #1 North Cottonwood

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    Blowout Creek and the Verde River outline the northern part of Cottonwood, inviting you and your pooch to enjoy the mild weather and wonderful rural surroundings at Dead Horse Ranch State Park. This huge area, featuring more than 420 acres of fun, is pet-friendly! Kayak, fish, hike, and picnic with your furry baby any time of the year. Miles of walking trails, plenty of space, and tons of birds to entertain your mutt are just a few things this park has to offer! Want to play off-leash? Head to Cottonwood Dog Park at Riverfront Park. This fenced and well-maintained area features plenty of room to run with the local pups. The park has shaded benches and drinking water, but you'll need to bring some waste bags.

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    Population Density 11/sq mi

    #2 Saddle Ridge West

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    Saddle Ridge West is a western neighborhood near Wickenburg Municipal Airport. This is a nice area to stop in if you're traveling with your pooch. The neighborhood is home to quiet residential quarters as well as a few small businesses. It's impossible to miss Sunset Park, which is the only green space in the immediate area. Wickenburg Dog Park is nestled right behind Sunset Park, and your pup is sure to fall head over paws in love with it! This is a fenced facility featuring dirt terrain, two separate sections for small and large pups, some seating for owners, and a simple agility course. 

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    Population Density 1,985/sq mi

    #3 Stetson Hills State

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    Stetson Hills State is a northern neighborhood of Phoenix, Arizona. Alongside a sprawling residential area, Stetson Hills State also features shops, cafes, and even some hotels for visitors. If your pup gets bored of daily walks along the sidewalks here, pay a visit to Deem Hills Recreation Area, home to miles of walking trails and even an off-leash area. Explore the Deem Hills Circumference Trail, which features some beautiful flora and gorgeous mountain views along the way. This is about a 4-mile walk, so be sure to bring plenty of water and doggie waste bags if you plan to tackle the whole trail.

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    Population Density 5,535/sq mi

    #4 Deer Valley

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    If you're in Phoenix with your pooch, you'd be barking mad not to stop by the Deer Valley neighborhood! Expansive and welcoming, the area features several residential quarters, local businesses, and an abundance of pet-friendly cafes. A must-visit place in the neighborhood is Deer Valley Park, a medium-sized public park providing locals and visitors with shaded walking paths and a dog park. The doggie area is conveniently hidden within the main area, shaded by trees and protected by a fence. There are two runs for small and large pooches and a few benches, but no drinking water, so make sure to bring some.

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    Population Density 240/sq mi

    #5 Willow Creek

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    The Willow Creek area is a wonderful spot in North Prescott centered on the Willow Creek Reservoir. Enjoy the comfort of multiple public parks here, hitting the walking trails in Heritage Park or picnicking in the shade overlooking the water. Want some off-leash fun? Willow Creek Beneful Dream Dog Park is so named for a reason. This pawesome dog park is located far from Jim McCasland Willow Creek Park, next to the shopping area and within walking distance from Commerce Drive. Fenced, shaded, and very popular, the park has a roomy area split into two enclosures for small and large pups, benches, drinking water, and lots of friendly locals year-round!

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