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Dog Areas in Arrolime

Arrolime is a small town just off of Highway 15 in southern Nevada. There’s not that much to do with the whole family here, but in near by Las Vegas, there are tons of things to do with everyone This includes your canine companion.

Craig Ranch Regional Dog Park is located in northern Las Vegas and is a lot closer than other dog parks. The park itself is located in the rear of the larger park near the intersection of Camino El Norte and Lone Mountain. Parking is easily accessible. Once in the dog park, there are separate sections that split up large and small dogs. One area has a stunning water feature as well. In the dog park, dogs can be off-leash but must be leashed in the actual park.

A cool spot to check out is Crown and Anchor British Pub. Located in Paradise, it is close to the Vegas Strip and offers plenty of opportunities to see new people. This pub has all the traditional British pub food, including bangers and mash, chicken curry, and steak and kidney pie. The outdoor patio is dog-friendly and it is likely for them to bring water bowls and treats out for your doggos.

Barkin Basin Dog Park is located in the northwest of Las Vegas. Here, pets can be off-leash and there are fenced-in areas to separate the smaller dogs and the larger dogs. Each handler can only have up to 3 dogs with them to ensure the safety of everyone in the park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Arrolime

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    Population Density 6,979/sq mi

    #1 Spring Valley

    If you and your pooch want to bond over a day at the park, head to Spring Valley. The Desert Breeze Dog Park is conveniently located about 20 miles from Arrolime, Nevada. This off-leash park offers 2 completely fenced-in areas for your pooch to run around and make friends or to just explore. If you’re worried about your small dog paying with the big boys, worry no more! There are separate sections depending on the pup’s size. Each area has lush grass and a sandy hill area for your pup to play. There are benches and chairs for you to sit and watch your pooch sniff around. The park provides water bowls and spigots for your pooch, too. You will have to bring your own doggy bags for clean-up, though. There are also more than enough shaded areas for when your canine companion needs to cool off. Grab a ball and head on out for a day of fun with your four legged friend!
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    #2 Mount Charleston

    This neighborhood is about a half-hour drive from the strip in Las Vegas and is about 48 miles from Arrolime, Nevada. It’s a nice place to enjoy nature with your pooch and yet not be too far from the city. The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area has a lot of nice trails that you and your pooch can walk on. The trails are about medium difficulty, and you’ll need to keep your pooch on a leash that is no longer than 6 feet. There are baggies available for clean-up. However, keep in mind that the temperature does get hot and there isn't much shade. You will need to bring extra water for you and your pet so neither of you get overheated. For a great day in the sun, this is the place to visit!
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    Population Density 5,310/sq mi

    #3 Central Las Vegas

    When visiting Vegas, you’ll want to check out the Barkin’ Basin Dog Park at Wayne Bunker Park. This dog park is located about 20 minutes from Arrolime. It is a huge off-leash dog park where your pooch can run and explore until he tires out. It’s completely fenced-in and has 2 separate areas for different sized dogs. The hours are great, too -- it’s open from 7 AM until 10 PM and there are also lights at night. The terrain is half dirt and half grass with benches and shaded areas available. The park also offers water spigots and water fountains for your thirsty pup. You will just need to bring doggie bags for cleaning up. Grab a ball and head out to Barkin’ Basin Dog Park for a pawesome time!
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    Population Density 2,841/sq mi

    #4 North Las Vegas

    When you're in Vegas, be sure to visit the Centennial Hills Dog Park. This dog park is located close to Arrolime and is a great place for your pooch to meet other fur-iends. At this off-leash dog park, your pup can explore the grassy, somewhat dirt-covered terrain inside an area that is completely fenced-in. If you’re worried about how your pooch will get along with others, there are two different sections: one for larger dogs and one for smaller dogs. There are shaded areas for owners to sit and chat while their pups play. The park also offers water faucets for thirsty pups. You’ll have to bring your own poop bags and Fido’s favorite toy. Something to keep in mind, though, is every Thursday morning the park is closed for maintenance and mowing.
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    Population Density 6,302/sq mi

    #5 West Las Vegas

    If you and your pup are looking for a great time, this dog-friendly neighborhood is a must see! It’s located about 20 minutes from Arrolime and has a great off-leash dog park. The Woofter Dog Park is a very clean, well-maintained park where your pooch can meet other fur friends while you chat with their owners. This fully fenced-in park has two separate areas available for small dogs and larger dogs. There’s plenty of green grass, and drinking water is available for your pooch. Grab some doggy bags for clean-up and stop by for a paw-tastic time.
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