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Dog Areas in Calexico

19 Parks
11 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

The border city of Calexico rests on the southern border of California and Mexico, with a sister city on the opposite side of the border called Mexicali. The name has generated a lot of popularity over the years, from being mentioned in song and movies to having parodies created out of it. Although humorous, the city is serious when it comes to taking care of its four-legged residents and provides pups and humans with vibrant, lush public parks to enjoy. The closest animal hospital is two miles away in Mexicali.

Rodriguez Park is one of the most popular spots to walk Fido in the city, thanks to its green fields and recreational fields. There are enclosed tennis courts, a basketball court, and fenced-in baseball field. There's also lots of open space, shaded sitting areas, picnic tables, a playground, and swingsets. Remember to leash up Fido before coming to the park and enjoy additional features like water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights.

The Joel Reisen Park provides an open and safe place to take Fido out to play, thanks to its 3 fenced-in baseball fields. The baseball fields are dog-friendly to pups as long as no teams are playing and gives Fido a chance to run around freely. There's also lots of room to run around and play outside of the ballfields, with other features like water fountains, a playground, benches, trash bins, and picnic tables.

Inside the desert town of Calexico, dog lovers will find plenty of great places to walk Fido, like Crummett Park, Legion Park, and Border Park. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Calexico

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    Population Density 4,489/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Calexico

    Downtown Calexico is a bustling neighborhood on the east side of the city filled with residential areas and shopping centers. The area has a couple of great parks to take Fido, like Meadows Park. The park provides an open area with a dirt and grass terrain, trees and benches to relax in, and trash bins. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside the park, but you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. Rancho Frontera Park is on the northern side of the neighborhood along the city's canal, with paved walking trails and open areas. Fido can run, play, or go for a short walk in the area, and will have access to other features like a playground, picnic tables, water fountains, and benches,
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    Population Density 7,104/sq mi

    #2 Central Calexico

    Central Calexico is a quiet neighborhood on the west side of the city's downtown area, offering a suburban residential area. Inside the space is Emerson Park, a dog-friendly park with open grassy areas and a fenced-in baseball field. Park-goers can enjoy other amenities like restrooms, a picnic shelter with picnic tables, shaded sitting areas, and a playground. Heber Park is another dog-friendly park in the area that provides another open space to play in for pups, but also has a lot more shade, a playground, and two picnic shelters. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside both parks and owners will have to bring water.
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    Population Density 20,191/sq mi

    #3 South Calexico

    South Calexico is a residential neighborhood right along the Mexican border of the city. Inside the community are multiple dog-friendly parks, the first being Cortez Park. The park is a small recreational park with a fenced-in area that has a playground, a pavilion, paved walkways, and a basketball course. Outside the fenced-in area is an open area with a dirt terrain. Additional amenities of the park include water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. Right up the street from the park is Carmen Estrada Soccer Field, an open grassy area that is dog-friendly. There are shaded sitting areas and picnic tables, with a paved path that encompasses the area. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,829/sq mi

    #4 West Calexico

    West Calexico is a small neighborhood on the edge of town, filled with school districts and residential homes, backed to the west by old farmland. Las Casitas Park provides residents with a vibrant grassy area to enjoy, with trees that line the edges and an encircling paved walkway. Inside the park, there's a playground, water fountains, benches, and a picnic shelter. Dogs can also enjoy plenty of room to run around and play in the Nosotros Little League Field, a grassy park with a fenced-in baseball field and soccer field. The park has paved walkways, benches, and a small picnic shelter with restrooms. Fido isn't required to be on a leash inside the park and will have access to features like water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 1,311/sq mi

    #5 North Calexico

    North Calexico is the largest neighborhood in the city, packed with homes, shopping centers, and backed by the California desert. Surrounded by homes is the John F. Kennedy Park, a dog-friendly park that has a lush field, fenced-in basketball court, pavilion, and picnic tables. The park is fenced-in and although isn't a dog park, still allows dogs to play in the area while they are off their leash. Across the street is Robert F. Kennedy Park, a lush and shady park with plenty of open areas to run around and play in. There's a paved walkway that circles the park, with amenities like water fountains and benches.
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