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Dog Areas in Springerville

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Sitting within the White Mountains is a small town called Springerville. Located in Apache County, this lovely community sits at an elevation of 6,974-feet, and is close to the New Mexico border. With two veterinarians in town, your dog will be in good hands while you are hanging out in Springerville.

Enjoy a great day in the sun at the Springerville Park. This pawsome park has a playground, baseball fields, concession stands, restrooms, and basketball courts. You can take a great walk around the park with your dog and get a good day of exercise in, plus there are benches where you can stop for a break if you need it. 

Hike along the Murry Basin Trail with your pup by your side. The trail is 15-miles long with a small elevation gain on 700-feet on an out and back route. The trail will take you along a packed dirt path and over a few hills. There is no shade on this trail, so make sure to bring plenty of water for Fido. The best thing about this trail is it connects to two other trails that allows you to extend your adventure.

Filled with great amenities, and surrounded by even more outdoor opportunities, your pup may never want to leave Springerville! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Springerville

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    Population Density 31/sq mi

    #1 North Springerville

    The Becker Lake Wildlife Area is a beautiful area to explore with your dog by your side. The park has two hiking trails throughout where you can walk near the Little Colorado River and enjoy the amazing views while you are there. The Lakeview Trail is a 1-mile loop, and the River Walk Trail is a half-mile trail. While at the park, you can fish, boat, and even camp under the stars. Make sure while you are visiting to keep your dog on a leash, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #2 North Eagar

    The Ramsey Park offers great amenities that your dog will love when visiting. Enjoy the playground, basketball courts, covered picnic area, restrooms, volleyball courts and large grass area. There is a long walking trail around the park that can be used for a nice walk with your dog, but there isn't a lot of shaded areas so make sure to bring water with you. There's often events at this park, so make sure Fido is feeling social when you go. While visiting, keep your dog on a leash and bring clean-up bags with you. This pawrific park is located in Eagar, and only two miles out of Springerville.
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    Population Density 31/sq mi

    #3 West Springerville

    The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is a beautiful area to go and explore with your dog. There are numerous hiking trails through the forest where you can either day hike or backpack and go on a longer adventure. If you would rather just enjoy some food and nature, grab one of the picnic tables that are offered and enjoy lunch outside with your pup. The forest also offers fishing, canoeing, and over two million acres of mountain country you can explore. Grab one of the numerous campsites inside the forest and stay a few nights out in nature.
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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #4 West Eagar

    Take a hike on the South Fork Little Colorado River Trail. The trail is 4.9-miles with a 603-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. While hiking on this dogtastic trail, you will come across a river where you both can stop to cool off, and will be covered by trees to help keep you both shaded. Your dog needs to stay on a leash while you hike, especially since there is a lot of natural wildlife around the trails. Located in Eagar, this is a great hike to go and explore with your dog. 
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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #5 Greer

    If Fido likes hiking, but you're both looking for something smaller to do then head over to the Butler Canyon Trail. This pawsome trail is 1.2-miles long with a 203-foot elevation gain on a loop style route. While hiking, you can enjoy a beautiful scenic view of the Arizona mountains and be relatively alone since it is a lesser used trail. The trail is perfect for any skill level, just make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you explore it. Bring plenty of water along since there isn't a lot of shade on this pawsome trail, which is located in Greer and only seventeen miles out of Springerville.
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