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Dog Areas in San Luis

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San Luis is an agricultural based community right on the border of Arizona and Mexico, and backed by vast deserts and high mountain ridges. This small town offers an affordable area to live with a diverse retail experience and open-air markets. Most of downtown is safely walkable for humans and pups, and outside of the neighborhood, there are lots of parks, open space, and 1 animal hospital.

The Joe Orduño Park is the largest park in the city and home to the city's main recreational and outdoor area. Besides a pool, the park has 3 fenced-in baseball fields and a soccer field, connected by paved walkways that wind through the park. Dogs can play in the enclosed fields, or enjoy their time outside in the open areas and have access to features like water fountains, trash bins, clean-up stations, picnic tables, a pavilion, and benches.

Friendship Park is another great park to take Fido to play on some grassy terrain in a safe, fenced-in setting. The park is completely enclosed with secure gates, but still requires dogs to stay on a leash inside the park. There's also a playground, benches, picnic tables, and trash bins available.

San Luis is growing fast, and continues to grow in human and dog population. This puptown is quickly becoming the best place to walk and make new friends for your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Luis

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    Population Density 1,034/sq mi

    #1 East San Luis

    East San Luis is a cozy residential community on the east side of town, backed by dense rows of residential homes and vast desert on the opposite side. Residents can find a nice green area to play in in the Eligio Ramirez Park, where there is a well-kept field, paved paths, and a recreational field. The park has a soccer field that's fenced-in, with open space surrounding the field and a perimeter walking trail. Dogs can play in the soccer field as long as no teams are playing, or enjoy additional features like covered picnic tables, two gazebos, a playground, restrooms, benches, water fountains, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 8,349/sq mi

    #2 C St/ 6th Dr

    The C Street and 6th Drive neighborhood is on the southern border of the city, overlooking Mexico. The neighborhood has plenty of green spaces, although none are named. The first area to go to is a small park on San Pedro Street that has no name and offers a small, lush green area to play in. The park has a gazebo, a playground, and plenty of room to run around in. The next unnamed park is on San Luis Lane and provides a larger area to run in, along with more trees and space, a soccer field, covered picnic tables, benches, and a perimeter trail to walk on. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 4,323/sq mi

    #3 Central San Luis

    Central San Luis is the center of the city and provides a bustling downtown area with businesses, homes, and spaces to play in with Fido. Right on Kennedy Lane is a luscious green space that's perfect to play in on a cool day. There are shaded sitting areas, a soccer field, a perimeter trail, a playground, and trash bins. Leash up Fido before coming here, and remember to bring water and clean-up bags to the park. Dogs also have to be on a leash in the corner of E Babbitt Lane and North 4th Street. The area has even more trees that border the edges of the park, surrounding a nice grassy open area and playground.
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    Population Density 3,347/sq mi

    #4 Gadsden Townsite

    Although San Luis is a thriving area with plenty of places to play, the neighborhood of Gadsden Townsite in Gadsden is a perfect place to bring Fido to play. The Gadsden Park is a popular park among residents and visitors thanks to its open fields, well-kept lawn, and abundance of trees. With shaded sitting areas and a fenced-in baseball field, dogs can relax and enjoy a quiet picnic or have plenty of room to play, especially in the fenced-in baseball field as long as no teams are playing. Dogs needto be on a leash, and will have access to water fountains, benches, a playground, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 2,497/sq mi

    #5 Somerton Center

    Somerton Center is a bustling community in the middle of Somerton, just 11 miles north of San Luis. The area has some great parks open to residents and visitors that provides lush space, open areas, and trails. One of those parks is Joe Muñoz Park that features 1.5 miles of paved walkways that encircle and wind through the park, and connect to great features like open fields, a playground, a pavilion, a fenced-in baseball field, basketball courts, and restrooms. For a quieter play experience, walk over to Main Street Park where there's a nice area to play in, a fenced-in baseball field, and a paved walkway. Dogs do have to remain on a leash, and you'll need to bring water and clean-up bags.
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