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Dog Areas in Sierra Vista

1 Park
2 Trails
4 Shops
8 Eateries
12 Groomers

Sierra Vista is a must-visit place for explorers and adventurers looking for new challenges and new places. The city will provide you with panoramic views of impossibly blue Arizona’s skies and steal your heart with an unthinkable amount of attractions. Traveling with your pooch? Even better. Rarely will you find that many outdoor activities in the area where pooches are allowed to join their masters. There are 10 veterinary clinics in the city ready to comfort and take care of your furry baby in case of any misfortune.

Even though Sierra Vista is a place where hiking adventures beckon dogs and their owners, do visit Tompkins Park in the southwestern part of the city, which has a fenced segregated area for pooches to play off-leash. This is the only dog park in Sierra Vista and it's well worth the visit, especially if you've been on the road awhile.

This city is extremely versatile! Explore Crest Trail on your own, or ask for guided tours to get the most out of your visit. Want something less active? Take your binoculars and join the group of birdwatchers, hunting for the best views and best shots! You can also check out the amazing dog-friendly patio of Papa’s 50’s Diner, which has a furrific attitude toward four-legged visitors.

And if you decide to stay for a few days in Sierra Vista, there is no better place than Lazy Dog Ranch, offering a peaceful retreat and the atmosphere of a real ranch for you and your mutt.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sierra Vista

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #1 Tombstone City Center

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    The atmospheric old town of Tombstone looks like the setting for an authentic Wild West movie. The mining town will welcome you with wooden boardwalks and a surprisingly pet-friendly attitude. Tombstone is a tourist hot spot, so make sure you have enough time and space to look around! Every historic building is worth visiting and worth taking a pic of! But you don't have to waste your time wandering around. Guided tours are the most interesting thing about the city. Try Butterfield StageCoach adventure, which is a 25-minute guided tour around the streets on a real stagecoach! Your pup is very welcome to join you inside. The Good Enough Mine Tour will lead you to the restored 1878 mine, and the most historic fun you had ever had with your pooch at your side!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #2 Quail Creek

    36

    Quail Creek is a standalone southern neighborhood of Sahuarita. Home to country clubs and quaint houses, the place strikes as a united community of people eager to take part in outdoor activities rather than visiting any cultural or historic places. Residential quarters and only one local eatery will not impress your pup, but what will is Quail Creek Dog Park, set west from the main neighborhood and close to the highway. This is a huge park and a perfect spot to train your buddy or play fetch, since there aren't usually very many visitors. Don't forget to take some water and towels with you; the place gets muddy easily when it rains.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 109/sq mi

    #3 Las Quintas Sernas

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    Las Quintas Sernas occupies the western part of Sahuarita and borders with I-19, making it a busy place with travelers and visitors coming back and forth to Tucson. The place has several churches in the area hidden behind Amanax Park, which is a terrific place for your mutt to visit. This is a 22-acre public park with a number of outdoor options, facilities, and, of course, the fenced Anamax Bark Park. This dog park has a well-maintained grassy area and simple agility equipment for extra off-leash fun. Your pooch is welcome to explore the rest of the terrain on their leash. Don't forget to bring water and some toys with you for a great day out!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,286/sq mi

    #4 Agua Azul

    12

    The small northern neighborhood Agua Azul will be happy to see you and your pooch! There are not so many tourist attractions here, and the majority of the neighborhood is occupied by the residential quarters, which are connected to Sahuarita Lake and adjacent to Sahuarita Lake Park. This is a 15-acre public park with walking paths, grassy picnic areas, and fitness equipment. The rules allow you to let your mutt off-leash to play and frisk around, but he must be supervised all the time and under voice control. Pets are also not allowed to swim in the lake. Have a nice picnic, play fetch or catch, jog or exercise, enjoying the beautiful surroundings and a great day out. Don't forget to take some water with you!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 501/sq mi

    #5 Star Valley

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    Star Valley is located within the branch of southwestern neighborhoods in Tucson. Significantly remote from the city center, the neighborhood has rural charm alongside all the necessary amenities the locals or tourists may need, including simple eateries and convenience stores. The northern part of the neighborhood has a significant amount of residential quarters and quiet streets. But the southern part is where you'll find an amazing, fun place for your pooch! Star Valley Dog Park is the only off-leash dog park in the vicinity, with two separate sections for small and large breeds, lots of room to run, and a bunch of friendly puppies around!

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