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Dog Areas in Chaparral

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1 Trail
1 Groomer

Tucked away from the rest of Dona Ana County on the eastern side of the Franklin mountains, the fact that Chaparral, NM exists at all is a testament to human determination. Homesteaders in the early 1900s found life in this dry, arid part of the world difficult -- nevertheless, Chaparral managed to grow into the proud, community-oriented town it is today. These days, Chaparral is best known as a peaceful bedroom community of El Paso -- and of course, as the hometown of former Oakland Raider’s linebacker Siddeeq Shabbazz. You won’t find any vets in town, unfortunately, but you’ll find plenty of clinics to take care good care of your buddy in nearby Santa Teresa, Anthony, and El Paso.

There’s no designated dog park in Chaparral, but you and your pooch can still sniff out some exercise options! Delores C Wright Memorial Park is a lovely spot for a leashed walk, and the town is only a stone’s throw away from some really pawesome state parks. And if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- Chaparral is less than a half hour’s drive from the big city amenities of El Paso, where you’ll find plenty of opportunities for off-leash adventures!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chaparral

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 557/sq mi

    #1 Franklin Mountain State Park

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    If your pooch loves hiking, they’ll go wild for a trip to Franklin Mountains State Park! Technically situated within the city limits of El Paso, this 25,000-acre preserve holds the title of the largest urban park in the United States. Thanks to a local microclimate, the area is surprisingly green, and the views over El Paso need to be seen to be believed. Fitter furry friends might enjoy a stretch on the steep main trail, but if you or your buddy find sharp inclines a little "ruff", the Transmountain trail is a lot more forgiving!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,581/sq mi

    #2 Three Hills

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    The Westside Community Park Dog Park is a real mutts-visit. There are separate areas for small and large dogs, and both are huge, so your pooch has plenty of space to run around and tire themselves out no matter their size! Careful, though -- some parts of the park aren’t well-shaded, so it’s best to go late or early. Bags, water, and toys are all provided, so all you need to do is bring your pup and prepare to play! Afterwards, you two can refuel at Ripe. This locally owned restaurant welcomes wagging tails at outdoor tables, and they’ll even bring your buddy some ice water on a hot day!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 372/sq mi

    #3 Canutillo

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    If you and your dog are looking for something different to do, why not take a drive to Canutillo and go for a wine tasting? The furrifically fur-friendly Zin Valle Vineyards in Canutillo offers tastings on their gorgeous outdoor patio, so your pup can join you while you sample their wares. The dog-loving owners of this vineyard also hosts many outdoor events on their lawn -- visit at the right time and you and your leashed pooch can enjoy some live music or even an open air movie showing!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,751/sq mi

    #4 South El Paso

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    Cultured canines might get a kick out of a visit to the Chamizal National Memorial Park. Right on the Mexican border, the monument celebrates the resolution of the Chamizal dispute, an argument over the location of the border that lasted over 100 years. Your pooch won’t be allowed inside the visitors' center, unfortunately, but you two can still check out the monument itself, as well as the artworks spread throughout the park. If your pooch is sick of sitting still, consider walking the park’s Cordova Island Trail, which offers some lovely views of the El Paso international bridge.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,082/sq mi

    #5 Fort Bliss

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    Make no bones about it -- your pooch will love a trip to the Bark Park in Fort Bliss. The dog run is one of the biggest in the area, so even the most boisterous pup has plenty of space to leap about to their heart’s content! Like the park in Westside, and all you need in terms of water, bags, and toys is provided on-site, so you and your fur ball can enjoy an enthusiastic game of catch or tug-of-war without being laden down by bottles! The dog run’s surface is mostly dirt, though, so it might be a good idea to bring a towel for post-play clean-up.
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