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Dog Areas in Sun City, AZ

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Sunshine and good times are the name of the game in Sun City! Although this unincorporated town is relatively small, it has eight golf courses where residents and visitors can tee up. Sun City is a 55+ adult community with a focus on active lifestyles for both people and their pets!

Sun City’s off-leash area, the Duffeeland Dog Park, is a pawpular spot for playtime and socialization. The park is open to Recreation Centers of Sun City members and their invited guests year-round. With .67 acres of fenced-in open space to romp, there’s tons of tail-wagging fun to be had at Duffeeland. There’s also lots of shade and benches for those warm Arizona days!

Hungry? You and your pup are welcome in the outdoor seating area at Little Bite of Italy. This Sun City hot spot has just about every kind of Italian food on the menu, plus Little Bite of Italy regularly hosts live music and fun events!

In the event that your pet needs medical attention or just an annual check-up, Sun City has two veterinarian clinics to care for your pup.

If you’re visiting the area and need a place to stay with Fido, the Inn & Suites of Sun City has pet friendly rooms. The hotel also has a few other important Arizona amenities – air conditioning and an outdoor swimming pool!

As sure as the sun shines, you and your pooch will feel welcome in Sun City!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sun City, AZ

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    Population Density 4,109/sq mi

    #1 Crystal Cove

    If your pup has a lot of energy to burn, visit the Crystal Cove neighborhood in Peoria, just 1.4 miles from Sun City. The Scotland Yard Dog Park has eight acres of fenced-in open space for your dog to run and play. The park’s hardscaped footing is made of recycled concrete. With the heat and sun always being a consideration in Arizona, there’s plenty of shade, benches and dog drinking fountains. There’s also cleanup bags and waste containers around the park. If you and your pooch want to make tracks, there’s a trailhead at the park to the 12.5 mile New River Trail. You and your leashed dog can experience some of Peoria’s nature, plus the trail ventures through shopping and dining areas.
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    Population Density 4,167/sq mi

    #2 The Citadel


    Ever wanted to see how your dog would perform on an agility course? Well, you can find out by visiting the Sahuaro Ranch Dog Park in The Citadel neighborhood! In Glendale, just 5.8 miles from Sun City, Sahuaro Ranch Dog Park has a large fenced-in play area with agility equipment you can use with your pup. There’s also something else you won’t find in every local dog park – GRASS! The park also has zones designated for large and small dogs, dog water fountains, cleanup bags and waste containers. There’s lots of shade trees too. Note that the park is closed Tuesdays for maintenance. There’s also a path meandering through the adjacent Sahuaro Ranch Park where leashed dogs are welcome. You won’t want to miss seeing the pawsome historic buildings and gardens along the way.

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    Population Density 6,164/sq mi

    #3 Parkridge

    There’s lots of room for dogs to kick up their paws in the Parkridge neighborhood of Peoria. Just 5.8 miles north of Sun City, the neighborhood’s 17 acre Parkridge Park has a large fenced-in area where your furry friend can run and play off-leash. Understandably, it’s a pawpular place for pooches, with its separate grassy areas for large and small dogs, and tons of shade and benches. There are restrooms, cleanup bags and waste containers to make your life easier, too. Remember to bring drinking water for you and your pup. Parkridge Park has covered picnic areas and a lighted walking path where leashed dogs are also welcome.
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    Population Density 5,338/sq mi

    #4 Deer Valley Ranch

    It’s always a good time for playtime in the Deer Valley Ranch neighborhood! In Peoria, just seven miles from Sun City, the neighborhood’s 11 acre Alta Vista Park has a large, grassy off-leash area for dogs to run free and socialize. There’s a shaded area with picnic tables within the off-leash area, and the park has separate spaces for large and small dogs. You’ll find water fountains for your pup, cleanup bags and waste containers. The main part of the park also has shaded picnic areas, tennis and basketball courts plus a playground for kiddos. Remember to bring a leash for safe entry and exit of the park, and so you can enjoy the rest of the park, including the lighted walking path.
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    Population Density 3,622/sq mi

    #5 Grand Northern

    If you and your dog are craving room to run, visit the Grand Northern neighborhood in Glendale, just 5.6 miles from Sun City. Here, you and your pup will find the Northern Horizon Park, home to the city’s largest dog park. At 3.5 acres, this fenced-in grassy area is pawsome for dogs who like a lot of space to explore off-leash. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, plus pet drinking fountains, benches and shade trees. Cleanup is easy too, as the park provides cleanup bags and waste containers. Northern Horizon Park’s off-leash area is closed on Mondays. Outside the dog area, you’ll find more covered picnic areas, more than 200 trees, a playground and more open grassy areas where your leashed pup can join you. This neighborhood is also the home of Lions Park, where leashed dogs are welcome.
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