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Dog Areas in Valley Farms

Valley Farms is an unincorporated community in Pinal County, Arizona conveniently located between the state's two largest metropolises, Phoenix and Tuscon. Phoenix, within an hour's drive to the south, is a veritable treasure trove of dog-friendly places and activities, including busy dog parks and a pet-friendly eatery for just about every type of cuisine imaginable! Tucson, an hour's trip to the north, is also packed with places to keep hounds and their humans happy.

Because it's so small, Valley Farms doesn't have much to offer pet owners in the way of pet-friendly amenities -- you'll have to drive a short distance to find dog-friendly fun. The nearest veterinary clinic is in Coolidge, less than 10 minutes out of town.

Florence Dog Park is a wonderful park in Florence, a town in 6 miles east of Valley Farms. It is a small hidden gem in the area, promising tons of fun for four-legged visitors! A fully fenced area perfectly serves all pooches’ needs, welcoming them to join the "bark side"! There are benches, water drinking facilities, a few tunnels and even picnic tables available.

If you're craving a snack, you'll find plenty of drive-thrus on the way to Florence. However, you may want to stop by River Bottom Bar & Grill, a friendly bar with outdoor tables for loyal hounds and their parents.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Valley Farms

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    Population Density 3,471/sq mi

    #1 Alamosa Estates


    Alamosa Estates is one of Chandler’s northern neighborhoods, featuring residential quarters and quiet streets with rows of well-kept houses and estates. However, just a bit north, you will find Paseo Vista Recreation Area, an attractive recreation center with multiple playgrounds, outdoor activities, and a dog park! The doggy area is equipped with cement blocks to sit on instead of benches and has plenty of grass to wallow in and sniff! The locals bring their babies often enough that your pup is bound to make a new friend or two. The park is fenced, but lacks shade and drinking water facilities; make sure you bring a bottle.

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    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #2 Balboa Way


    Located at the southwesternmost end of Chandler, Balboa Way is a pet-friendly neighborhood overlooking Sun Lakes and neighboring with Snedigar Recreation Center, a pawpular hub for sports lovers from all over the states! This recreation center features areas for several types of activities, including skating, baseball and more! You can explore the park with your leashed dog, or you can take off the leash and let the fun begin in the specially designated doggy area. Snedigar Sportsplex Dog Park isn't your average dog park -- it's a natural sports complex for hounds to train, exercise, and play! Make sure you bring water and waste baggies.

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    Population Density 5,480/sq mi

    #3 Agritopia


    No need to drive into the big city to find a pawesome place for your pooch! Agritopia is an eastern neighborhood of Gilbert bordered by the Santan Freeway, with multiple residential quarters and a huge dog park adjacent. Cosmo Dog Park is truly something! A large area is entirely dedicated to pooches to play, run, romp, and sniff out some new friends! The park is split into three separate sections, one of which is a heaven for water-loving dogs, with a huge pond to splash and cool off in! Water hoses are available to wash off your buddy after a day at the “beach”.

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    Population Density 4,846/sq mi

    #4 Cottonwoods Crossing


    The Eastern Canal runs through Cottonwoods Crossing, a Gilbert neighborhood featuring residential quarters on both sides and some shops on the eastern bank along East San Tan Drive. Dog Park at Crossroads borders with the northern side of Cottonwoods Crossing and is located within a huge public park that's also home to multiple playgrounds, sports fields, and shaded pavilions. The park for puppies has a separate entrance and two sections, both of which are securely fenced. Tables, benches, and drinking water are available throughout the area, as well as partial lighting for night use on the south end of the park.

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    Population Density 4,809/sq mi

    #5 Mitchell Park West


    Mitchell Park West is a neighborhood in Tempe, a riverside town just east of Phoenix, Arizona. Serving as a striking center of art, Tempe features plenty of hip and pet-friendly neighborhoods apart from the downtown area. In Mitchell Park West, one of the central areas of Tempe, you will find a recreation spot welcoming visitors to relax and have some fun. Mitchell Park is a wonderful place for on-leash walks, or you can let your good girl off her leash at the on-site dog park so she can run for a little while and make some new friends! The area is securely fenced and features benches, grass, and drinking water for canines. 

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