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Spanish Oaks is a private, gated community just 4 miles southwest of downtown Las Vegas. A majority of the community is made up of families who most likely choose to buy or rent in Spanish Oaks because of its proximity to local elementary, middle, and high schools. This neighborhood is just around the corner from favorite local restaurants, fast food chains, grocery stores, and malls.

Spanish Oaks is praised for being safe, tranquil, conveniently-located, and dog-friendly. A stroll through the quiet neighborhood reveals pristine landscaping and walkable sidewalks which many of the residents utilize on cool desert mornings and evenings. Many of the homes were constructed in the 1980's yet retain a trendy aesthetic by showing off modern, minimalistic design. 

If strolling through the area with your pet becomes tiresome, take a seat on public benches which are intermittently sprinkled throughout the property or head to any of the pools or sports courts the community offers.

Terrain in Spanish Oaks
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Although the neighborhood is relatively central and surrounded by highways and shopping centers, Spanish Oaks feels far and away from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. While the occasional traffic jam may be heard, this community is serenely quiet, which is good news for your skittish, reactive, or easily-excitable pooch. Speed limits inside the subdivisions are slow and easy so you won't have to worry about loud or fast cars speeding past you while enjoying a walk with your furry friend. 


The weather in Las Vegas can get quite hot, especially in the summer. Neighborhoods that were designed and constructed semi-recently will typically not have many full-grown trees, meaning that shade can be sparse. What's more, the light gray and black asphalt and concrete reflect and absorb the brightness of the sun, causing glare and exasperating heat. Try walking your pet in the early morning or later in the evening. This can help to avoid overheating and dehydratoin. 

Greenways in Spanish Oaks
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Bob Baskin Park is just around the corner from the Spanish Oaks community. The park is popular with locals for its fitness and recreational amenities and when you aren't jogging around the track with your four-legged companion, you can enjoy a mini-water park or savor your packed lunch at a picnic bench. 

About a 15-minute drive from Spanish Oaks is a favorite called Sunset Park. The park may be a great spot to enjoy a beautiful desert sunset, but among its many other amenities, it offers a fenced-in dog park. After your dog is finished meeting and playing with new canine buddies, suit them back up in their harness and leash for a walk around the rest of Sunset Park. There are over 300 acres for you both to enjoy, after all. Once you've covered the footage, utilizing its many color-coded trails, varying in mileage, difficulty, and shape, you can post up at a bench overlooking Sunset Lake. 

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