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Dog Areas in Sedona

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Sedona, Arizona is known for the stunning red rock formations that surround it, as well as its thriving arts community, and of course, its mild climate. Sedona is also known for a certain energy it gives off, which is said to be hard to describe other than being invigorating and enriching. While Sedona is a popular destination for tourists who come to see the red rocks and take in the local culture, it also maintains a population of over 10,000 people, many of which happen to be dog owners.

Sedona has over 300 miles of trails, which means there’s always a new place to explore and a new plant for Fido to sniff! A good way to take in the sights where you can also bring your dog is on a Sedona Red Rock Adventure tour. All of their tours are dog-friendly, and they also have their own guide dog who will come along if he gets along with yours. These tours are private and tailored to exactly what you and your group want to do, and they are great about making sure to bring water for both humans and canines. Whether it’s on a guided tour with your dog or exploring Sedona on your own, you’ll be blown away with all it has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sedona

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 133/sq mi

    #1 Oak Creek Canyon

    Oak Creek Canyon is located in northern Sedona, where it begins to feel less like a desert; there are fewer red rocks here and more greenery, including the incredible Ponderosa Pine trees. This area also offers access to Slide Rock State Park. Slide Rock State Park, aptly named after the natural rock water slides that have formed there, is a 43-acre park that's popular with Arizonians looking to cool off from the dry heat. While your dog must be on leash in the park and they aren't allowed on the slides, there is still so much in the surrounding area including countless trails to explore.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 815/sq mi

    #2 West Sedona

    If you're looking for a neighborhood in Sedona that offers convenient access to shopping, schools, restaurants, and features a mix of starter homes and gated communities, West Sedona is right up your alley! Another great feature of this neighborhood is the Sedona Dog Park. Along with separate areas for different sizes of dogs, clean drinking water, seating, and shade from the hot sun, this park also has a fenced-in hiking area. This area allows you to explore with your dog in a natural environment without worrying about them taking off. Here, Fido can sniff to his heart's content in a primitive atmosphere, but with the safety a dog park fence provides.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 113/sq mi

    #3 Uptown Sedona

    Uptown Sedona is situated just below Oak Creek Canyon where the heart of Old Sedona lies, and this is a great place to get a sense of the rich history of Sedona. This area features classic southwestern architecture as well as sweeping views of the red rocks. Tourists love this area because it has some of the best art galleries and shopping in all of Sedona. Included in that excellent shopping is Whiskers Barkery. This pet boutique sells all of the pet clothing, treats, supplies, and food you or Rover could ever want! They also sell gourmet pet treats that are sure to please even the pickiest of pooches!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9/sq mi

    #4 Red Rock Loop

    Named after how it loops through the red rocks in Arizona, Red Rock Loop is a rural and laid-back community that is only minutes away from all of the action in Sedona, but it still manages to feel like you're on a private getaway while you're there. This area also has many vacation homes and many spots you'll want to stop and photograph. One of the most fun ways to explore Red Rock Loop is on a self-guided Jeep tour like the one Barlow Adventures offers. Their tours are dog-friendly, and they even provide you with ice and a cooler to use throughout the day.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 271/sq mi

    #5 Chapel Area

    Chapel Area in Sedona gets its name from the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which is a famous landmark built into the red rock of Arizona. The area has grown slowly, but consistently, and there is now a mix of older homes among all the new builds. If you're in this area, you won't want to miss the ChocolaTree Organic Oasis. This restaurant not only also has a marketplace, but it also has an on-site chocolate shop. Of course, dogs can't eat chocolate, but they CAN join you while you eat at one of their outdoor tables under an apple tree.
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