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Dog Areas in Sahuarita

8 Parks
6 Trails
21 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

Sahuarita, Arizona is, by far, one of the fascinating places that you will ever visit, especially if you're a history buff. This small town's history predates the American Revolution. Various Native American tribes thrived in this part of the dessert for thousands of years before the Spanish laid claim to the area in the 18th century. It wasn't long before it changed hands again, coming under Mexican control after the country declared its independence. In the mid-19th century, Sahuarita was sold to the United States as part of the Gadsen Purchase.

During the Cold War, there was a missile stored here. In fact, it's on display, open to the public at the Titan Missile Museum. This nuclear warhead was prepared for war, and is even stored in its own carrier. Star Trek: First Contact, which was filmed here, even featured the missile as a prototype.  You can bring your dog with you to see it and explore the surrounding area.

There is so much for you and your dog to see at the museum, especially if you schedule the guided tour that takes you eight stories below ground to see the missile control room! The entire tour takes several hours to complete, so plan accordingly. Not all guided tours allow dogs, so please call ahead if you plan to tour inside.

If you want something more natural to do with your dog, then you should take a walk through Anza Park Trail. This is a trail system that goes between the schools. You can play on the playground, check out a game at the ball field, or just enjoy being outside. 

Sahuarita is the pawfect place to live or visit, whether you're looking to learn a little history with your dog or just enjoy some fun in the sun.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sahuarita

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 105/sq mi

    #1 Rancho Sahuarita

    North Santa Cruz Park has something for everyone in your family. You and your dog can take a walk through the trails that run the perimeter of the park. There are playgrounds, ball fields, ponds, and picnic tables here. The best part is that everything is lit up all year long so that you can enjoy the park when it is most convenient for you. The restrooms are always clean and stocked. You will want to bring water with you because the only water fountain is at the playground. You will have to keep your dog on his leash while you are here.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 163/sq mi

    #2 . Avenida Arroyo Seco

    Parque Los Arroys is a seven-acre park designed for you to come play and have fun. Stop by the store and grab stuff to throw of the barbecue grill. There are tables and grills set up in the picnic area. You can walk the trails, but they're short, at just a little over half a mile. The playground is open from dawn to dusk, so bring the kids with you to play. There are two grassy areas designed for your pup to play in. It is artificial turf, to save water, but it is soft and gentle on dog paws.
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 105/sq mi

    #3 East Sahuarita

    Sahuarita Lake Park is a beautiful 15-acre park that's pawpular with locals and visitors alike. Your canine companion is sure to make friends with the locals dogs while you walk your (leashed!) dog along the walking path here. The man-made lake is stocked regularly, making it a great fishing spot. There are swimming spots, but unfortunately dogs aren't allowed in the water.  There are no restrooms or running water, so please remember to bring your own. If you're craving a furrific lakeside getaway with your pup, look no further! The wide open space is perfect for playing ball or having a picnic.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 105/sq mi

    #4 Camino de las Quintas

    Anamax Bark Park is a two-part dog park. There is one area just for small dogs and another for large dogs. The agility equipment is for both sides to use. There's a double-gated entry system so that you don't have to worry about your boisterous buddy running off. Your pup is free to get off the leash to feel the wind in his fur at this off-leash park! This is a great place for socializing for you both. You will enjoy sitting in the shade and chatting with other pet parents. There is water available for you and your pup, and the cleaning station is also stocked for your use.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 105/sq mi

    #5 Quail Creek

    Quail Creek is a relatively new park to the area. It features a walking track that is much larger than others in the area. You will need to keep your dog on a leash for the trail. However, if you want to let your dog off of his leash for a while, you can take him over to the Quail Creek Dog Park. This is a two-acre dog park that is completely fenced in. There is plenty of room to play fetch or catch a ball here. The shaded area is set up so that you can watch your dog play with the other dogs. Don't fur-get to bring water and waste bags!
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