Dog walking in Superior

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Dog Walking in Superior

Superior is a small town nestled in the mountains of Arizona. This lovely town sits right in the middle of Phoenix and Tucson, giving you a great Arizona vibe without all the tourists. There is one veterinarian located in town, perfect if your pup needs help during your stay.

Enjoy a day out at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park. The 323-acre state park and arboretum reflect the 1920s-era when it was founded, and is filled with a botanical garden and trails that you can explore with your pup. The park has cacti, streams to cool off in, and a canyon that Fido will love sniffing around. The park is a super dog- friendly area, and even has water bowls scattered around so your pup can stay hydrated, just make sure they stay on a leash while you are there.

If you're looking for a place to grab a bite to eat, stop into Porter's Cafe. They serve burgers, sandwiches, and salads, plus offer beer and a full bar menu. They have nightly dinner specials and an outdoor patio that welcomes your four-legged friend to join.

Your dog will have a great time hanging around Superior with you and getting a good hike in while visiting.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Superior

Superior

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Population Density
3,268 per sq. mi.

Superior

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Take a hike along the Legends of Superior Trail with your dog by your side. The trail is 6-miles long and will take you right through the deserted town of Pinal and along the Queen Creek. While hiking, you can enjoy a great view of the Picketpost Mountain and the Apache Leap. Make sure your dog stays on a leash when you are out exploring this trail since there are a lot of wild animals such as snakes. The trail also does not provide any shade, so bring plenty of water along with you, and maybe consider booties for your dog.  If Fido would rather hang around a park, then check out Besich Park. This small park offers a shaded bench area, picnic tables, and a small walking path.

West Superior

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Population Density
1,885 per sq. mi.

West Superior

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Explore the Picketpost Mountain Trail with Fido by your side. The trail is 3.9-miles long with a 2,011-elevation gain on an out and back route type. The trailhead is located off Highway 60, near where E Saddleridge Trail and N Alamo Canyon Road meet. This trail is known to be difficult since there are a lot of loose rocks along the hike, and locals warn to pay close attention to trail markers because it is easy to get lost. The trail will take you to the Picketpost Mountain Research Natural Area where you and your dog can stop for a rest and enjoy the sights from the beautiful mountain you climbed. Make sure to bring plenty of water since the trail has no shade.

Gold Camp

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Population Density
579 per sq. mi.

Gold Camp

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If you and your pup love hiking, then check out the Rogers Canyon Trail together. This dogtastic trail is 7.9-miles long with a 1,108-foot elevation gain on an out and back route type. The hiking is known to be difficult and very remote, so make sure you both are prepared to hike this trail. The trail will take you through the Tonto National Forest and the Superstition Wilderness where it is required that your dog stays on a leash while you hike. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you.  If you want to hike an easier trail, then check out the Peralta Trail which offers a 4.9-mile distance. With an elevation gain of 1,345-feet, you both will still get a good workout in when you're out hiking. Fifteen miles out of Superior in Gold Canyon, your dog will love these trails.

City Center

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Population Density
4,811 per sq. mi.

City Center

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Enjoy a day out at the Round Mountain Park with your dog. The park has five different hiking trail loops that you and your dog can use for a walk, plus there are covered picnic tables to relax afterward. The Old Dominion Historic Mine Park is a smaller park that has a playground, antique mining artifacts, a disc golf course, and a picnic area. There is a nice hiking trail around the park that you can use for a walk with your pup.  These two great parks are located in Globe, which is twenty miles out of Superior.

Dutchman Park

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Population Density
1,015 per sq. mi.

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The Lost Dutchman State Park is a pawsome park to visit with your furry pal. The park offers camping and hiking, perfect for any adventurous dog and their owner. If you're looking to only spend the day out at the park, there are restrooms, a picnic area, and a visitor center. There are six trails that run through this park, varying in length from 0.7-miles to 4-miles total. Check out the Siphone Draw Trail which is a 4-mile round trip trail that takes you through the canyon and gives you a steep mountain to climb. If you're looking for a smaller trail, then head out to the Native Plant Trail which is only 1/4 of a mile and allows you to walk on a paved trail but still get a beautiful view of the desert. Since you will be hiking through the desert make sure to bring plenty of water for you and Fido. Apache Junction is twenty-three miles out of Superior, and the perfect getaway for the two of you.