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Dog Areas in Tombstone

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Are you looking for a town that is rich in history and entertainment, and offers pet-friendly fun for your fur babies? Tombstone is a small town in Arizona that has a Wild West feel and plenty of cool sites that you can explore with your precious pup in tow. Take in the dirt roads and old-style saloons as you wag your way through this adventure with your canine.  

One of the most famous mining towns in the West, this town has been preserved in time so visitors and their four-legged families can appreciate the historic mines, trolleys, and old restaurants. You can even bring Fido along for a walking tour of the Good Enough Mine. The mine was restored in back in 1878 and is still open to visitors and their wagging tails.  

Brenda's Chuckwagon lets you dine like a true Westerner, and dogs are welcome to join you on the pup-friendly patio. Afterward, bring your precious pup over to T. Miller’s Tombstone Mercantile’s ice cream parlor for a doggy ice cream cone! 

Tombstone is the pawfect place for you and Fido to kick back, relax, and enjoy a fun-filled vacation and comfortable accommodations at one of the nearby hotels welcoming you and your pets! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tombstone

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 307/sq mi

    #1 Allen Street

    If you’re planning to take a trip out to Tombstone, you can’t miss out on the famous Allen Street. Pups will have to remain safely leashed when exploring, but you’ll find plenty of businesses on the strip that will happily welcome wagging tails in their shops! Looking for a place to stay? Katie’s Cozy Cabins on West Allen accommodates dogs at no additional cost. For daytime activities, check out a Ghost and Legend’s Tour, as long as Fido isn’t a scaredy-cat! Otherwise, enjoy a 25-minute ride on a Butterfield Stage Coach ride, which invites you to catch a ride on a 1880s-style coach around the city.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 246/sq mi

    #2 Fort Huachuca

    Fort Huachuca is a military base in the city of sunny Sierra Vista, just 20 minutes away from Tombstone. The area is lush with land to explore and plenty of activities you and Fido can indulge in. For playtime with other local pups, wag over to Tompkins Dog Park, which has separate play areas for large and small dogs. For a more secluded outdoor experience, take a day trip over to the Coronado National Forest to explore the mountaintops. Crest Trail is the only pet-friendly trail in the park, but be careful: it is reserved for only the most experienced of hikers.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 561/sq mi

    #3 Santa Rita Foothills

    The city of Vail is a mountaintop desert city with spectacular views of the towering Rincon Mountains and surroundings of the area. Just south of Vail is the Santa Rita Foothills, which boast spacious stretches of land and plenty of activities! The Arizona Trail passes through the area, which your experienced four-legged hiking friend can join you on! Just be sure to come prepared, as the trail can be moderately difficult for some. If you are looking for a more laid-back adventure, wag over to the Charron Vineyards to indulge in local wine from one of the oldest vineyards in the state. Pets are always welcome!
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    Population Density 753/sq mi

    #4 Naugle Avenue

    Looking for a pawesome adventure everyone in the family can enjoy, including Fido? Patagonia is located right on State Highway 82, just an hour's drive from Tombstone. This quirky little town is surrounded by beautiful mountains and forests, which provide breathtaking views from every direction. A great place for the outdoorsy pup, you and Fido will love the Patagonia Lake State Park! Visitors have the option of exploring the park with their pets on a leash or settling down for an overnight stay on the campgrounds. Splash around in the swimming areas or rent some equipment to go fishing, all while enjoying the spectacular sights of nature.
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    Population Density 1,811/sq mi

    #5 Rancho Sahuarita

    The vibrant neighborhood of Rancho Sahuarita is an excellent place for both travelers and pet parents looking to settle down. Well-known for its family-friendly vibes, the area is very accommodating of furry family members too! There are a couple of dog parks in Sahuarita, such as the 2-acre off-leash area at Quail Creek. You can also explore Anamax Bark Park, which features agility equipment in addition to an open area where your dogs can run around. This beautiful town is also home to the Sahuarita Lake, which makes for an excellent backdrop during long evening walks with Fido.
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