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Dog Areas in Tolleson

9 Parks
3 Trails
4 Eateries
20 Groomers

Tolleson is a small city in Arizona, about twelve miles out of Phoenix. Home to two veterinarians, Tolleson is a great dog-friendly place to explore and grab some food with your pup, either for a day or weekend.

Grab Fido and head to one of the amazing parks that Tolleson has to offer for a great day out of exercise and fresh air. Tolleson Veterans Park offers two picnic areas with benches and a grill, plus pavilions for shade, a playground, multipurpose field, baseball field, and an amphitheater. Make sure to walk along the trail that the park has to get a great walk in and let your pup explore. 

If you both get a little hungry while out and about in Tolleson, stop into Pete's Fish and Chips. This pawsome restaurant serves fish and chips, fried shrimp, seafood platters, and great sides. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to join you for your tasty meal. Make sure to get a good night’s rest while in Tolleson at one of the pet friendly hotels the city offers. Both A Victory Inn Tolleson and Best Western Tolleson Phoenix allow your pup to join you for a peaceful night in before continuing your adventure. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tolleson

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,110/sq mi

    #1 Tivoli

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    Four miles out of Tolleson on the outskirts of Phoenix is the Tres Rios Wetlands. This 480-acre wetlands is a habitat for wildlife and an area for purifying water. While visiting, your dog needs to stay leashed, but he will love all the trails that he can explore with you while visiting. The trails are a dirt and pebble surface trail which makes it perfect for any hiker to walk along. The wetlands does not provide shade or water, so make sure to take frequent breaks while hiking and bring plenty of water. You also need a permit before you visit.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,485/sq mi

    #2 Palm Meadows

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    Head out to the Avondale Friendship Dog Park in Avondale with Fido by your side. This pawsome dog park is only six miles out of Tolleson and a great spot to let your pup run around leash free. The park offers a big and little dog park so your pup can play with pups his own size. There is tons of space for your dog to run around, and plenty of shade to keep the both of you cool. If your dog isn't a fan of the park, then just hang around the surrounding Avondale Friendship Park which offers sports fields, a Japanese garden, and a nice walking trail.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,710/sq mi

    #3 Gateway Pavilions

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    If you both are craving something tasty to eat, check out Claim Jumper in Avondale. This dogtastic restaurant and saloon offers some great food like chicken pot pie, and they have signature cocktails. Grab some pizza at Pieology and create our own masterpiece with Fido by your side. If sushi is on your mind, then check out Yogis Grill which is a casual Asian eatery. They serve a variety of Japanese style food including tempura, noodles, teriyaki and sushi. All of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios and love when your furry friend comes to dine with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 14/sq mi

    #4 W Vineyard Ave/ S Bullard Ave

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    The Estrella Mountain Regional Park is located in Goodyear, which is only seven miles out of Tolleson. This pawesome park offers both a normal park and a dog park for you and your pup to explore. The dog park is fenced in and offers grass for your pup to run around on, plus benches and shade for the owners to relax under. If you and your dog would rather get some exercise in, then attach Fido to his leash and explore the hiking trails that run throughout the park. Your pup will love sniffing around the mountains and hiking the trails. Make sure to bring water for your pup if you decide to hike since there isn't any shade and it can get hot.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,791/sq mi

    #5 Valley View Acres

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    Twelve miles out of Tolleson in Phoenix is the South Mountain Park and Preserve. This dogtastic park offers over 51-miles of trails that you and your pup can hike together. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash, but he will love the beautiful views he gets while hiking. The cool thing about this park is once a month they observe a silent Sunday and close the parks main access to motorized vehicles, making your outdoor adventure even better. If Fido would rather relax and enjoy a beautful view, then head to the Dobbins Lookout. With an elevation of 2,330-feet you and your pup will get a great view of the Phoenix Valley. If you are too pooped to make the climb, you can drive.
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