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Dog Areas in Tonopah

3 Parks
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Tonopah is a desert town that lies halfway between Las Vegas and Reno. Tonopah is surrounded by beautiful mountains that are perfect to explore and use for a nice hike together. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be in great hands while you are out and about in this puptown. 

Explore Butler Park with your furry pal by your side. This pawsome park is filled with great amenities like a playground, a picnic area with grills, a huge grass area, volleyball court, and plenty of shade. Use the paved path that goes around the park to take a nice walk with your dog.

The Tonopah Brewing Co is the perfect spot to stop in for some drinks and food. They specialize in Nevada craft beers and offer award-winning wines from California. Their food menu includes delicious eats like pulled chicken sandwiches and BBQ ribs. Their outdoor patio is the perfect spot to chow down and enjoy some quality time with your furry pal.

If you're looking for a place to rest up, check into the Best Western Hi-Desert Inn or the Mizpah Hotel. They welcome your dog to stay a night or two with you before hitting the town again. 

You and Fido will have an amazing time exploring Tonopah together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tonopah

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #1 Tonopah

    Spend a day out at Pocket Park with your pup. The park doesn't have any grass, but it does offer a covered picnic area, benches, and a paved walking trail to walk along. The Joe Friel Sports Complex is a great park to take a walk in with your dog. The park has workout equipment that you can use while walking and a few picnic tables. Henderson Park is a dogtastic park to use for a great hike. Take a walk along a packed dirt trail for a pawtastic stroll with your leashed pup.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 767/sq mi

    #2 Round Mountain

    If you're looking for a challenging hike then check out the Mount Jefferson Trail. This 18-mile trail offers a 6,128-foot elevation gain on a loop style route type. The trail is not popular among locals, so if you're looking for some solitude, then this is the trail to pick. While hiking, you will cross some creeks where you can stop for a splash, and there are even nearby hot springs. The trail is dog-friendly and does not require your pup to be on a leash. This trail is 49-miles out of Tonopah, and sits on the outskirts of Round Mountain on the Mount Jefferson South Summit.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 47/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Tonopah


    Enjoy a hike with your furry pal on the Lone Mountain. This mountain is the 98th prominent mountain in Nevada and is a difficult hike to climb. The elevation gain for this hike is 9,112-feet with a prominence of just over 3,800-feet. You will hike on an out and back route along a packed dirt trail, so you don't have to do the entire elevation if you and Fido get a bit tired. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you along this hike since there isn't a lot of shade available.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #4 Dyer


    Explore the Boundary Peak Wilderness with your furry pal by your side. This area is located in the Inyo National Forest, and is filled with great hiking trails that the two of you can use for a great day of exercise together. Check out the Boundary Peak and hike along the 8-mile trail together. You two will feel the burn on this trail with a 9,874-foot elevation. If you reach the summit of this hike, you will be rewarded with an amazing view of both California and Nevada since the mountain borders the two states. Located in Dyer, and 65 miles out of Tonopah, this adventure will be a great one.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4/sq mi

    #5 Carvers

    Grab Fido and take a hike along the Tom's Canyon Trail. The length of the hike is about 3-miles with a 5,040-foot elevation. For this hike the elevation gain isn't too drastic since you start the hike at a 5,019-foot elevation gain. About halfway through the trail, you will come to a picnic area where you and your dog can rest before continuing your hike. Make sure to bring plenty of water along since there isn't any shade on this trail, and it can get hot. Located 50-miles out of Tonopah near Carvers, your dog will love exploring this pawsome trail alongside you. 
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