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Dog Areas in Sandia Park

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Sandia Park is a small area in Bernalillo County, New Mexico of around 240 people, and it's just minutes from Albuquerque. The Sandia Mountains are located in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties, and this has made Sandia Park a recreational hub with plenty of outdoor activities the whole family can enjoy. Living in and around Sandia Park and the Sandia Mountains is ideal if you're into activities like hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and skiing. Plenty of these outdoor activities can be done with dogs, so you'll never run out of things to do with your pet in Sandia Park!

In addition to all of the outdoor recreational activities in Sandia Park and the surrounding area, Sandia Park even has its own dog park! Vista Grande Park is a six-acre park with sports fields, walking paths, shade structures, playgrounds, a large community center, and a fenced, off-leash park. This dog park tends to be pretty quiet as many people haven't discovered it yet, but this clean and peaceful park will be tons of fun for your pup! From April to October, there's running water in the park, so be sure to bring your own if you visit during cooler months. The rest of the park is dog-friendly as well, but your dog must be on a leash. You and your pooch will love exploring the Sandia Park area together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sandia Park

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    Population Density 4,136/sq mi

    #1 Eagle Pointe

    Half an hour west of Sandia Park, you'll find the North Domingo Baca Dog Park in the northeastern Albuquerque neighborhood of Eagle Pointe. This spacious dog park has an area for dogs under 30 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. The park's surface is comprised of wood chips, which makes cleaning up any doggy messes much easier! Throughout the park, you'll find seating, awnings, water spigots, and waste disposal items. North Domingo Baca Dog Park is open every day from 6 AM to 10 PM, and the park is lighted if you plan on visiting late at night.
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    Population Density 7,709/sq mi

    #2 Los Altos

    The eastern Albuquerque neighborhood of Los Altos is just a 20-minute drive from Sandia Park, and it's also where you'll find Los Altos Park. In addition to sports fields and other amenities, Los Altos Park has a fenced off-leash space! The dog park includes big and small dog sections, and the surface consists of wood chips and grass. There are garbage receptacles, seating, and lots of trees for shade in the park, but this park doesn't have a water source, so be sure to bring your own. The Los Altos Dog Park is open from 6 AM to 10 PM every day, and like most dog parks in the area, the park is well-lit for night-time visits!
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    Population Density 4,037/sq mi

    #3 Glenwood Hills

    East Albuquerque is home to another great dog park, and this one is located in the Glenwood Hills neighborhood. The Canine Skyline Dog Park is a 20-minute drive from Sandia Park, and rather than separating dogs by size, dogs of all weights can play in the same space here. Skyline Dog Park has a great reputation for having friendly regulars and being kept very clean. The park is free to use and has seating, shade, water, lots of tennis balls, and waste disposal items. The park is open from 6 AM to 10 PM, but if you plan on visiting at night, be advised that this park doesn't have lighting.
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    Population Density 3,455/sq mi

    #4 Barelas

    Barelas is a neighborhood in central Albuquerque that's just south of downtown. It's about a half-hour drive to get to Barelas from Sandia Park, and this drive also gets you to the Rio Grande Triangle Dog Park. This large dog park has areas for big and small dogs, and it includes a variety of surfaces, including grass, artificial turf, wood chips, and sand. Fresh drinking water is available for dogs at the park, and there are also plastic pools set up around the park where dogs can cool off on hot days. The dog park is across the street from a family park with playgrounds and barbecue facilities, as well as a few walking trails.
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    Population Density 2,192/sq mi

    #5 Wells Park

    Wells Park is another central Albuquerque neighborhood with its own dog park. This neighborhood is quickly growing, and it's undergone a recent revitalization, making it an exciting place to visit in the city. The Coronado Dog Park has a primarily wood chip surface to make the clean-up process easier, and there is drinking water for dogs in the park, too. You'll love the vast, old trees in the dog park that are not only nice to look at, but also provide much-needed shade on hot days. This park isn't divided into sections for dogs of different sizes, so be prepared for Sparky to play with dogs of all sizes.
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