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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winchester, NV

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    Population Density 2,841/sq mi

    #1 Elkhorn Cimarron Estates

    Centennial Hills Park is located on the border of several neighborhoods in northern Las Vegas, just 4 miles north of Winchester. This off-leash park is the pawfect place for your pal to socialize and have a great time! The terrain in each of the separate, fenced areas is a mixture of dirt and grass. There are shaded areas for owners to watch their canine friends having fun, and the park also offers water faucets in case your pooch gets thirsty. You will have to bring your own waste disposal supplies. The park is open daily, except Thursday morning for maintenance. Don’t fur-get to bring a leash! Your pup will need to wear one if he wants to explore the larger park with you.
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    Population Density 5,310/sq mi

    #2 Mountain Shadows

    The Barkin’ Basin Dog Park at Wayne Bunker Park is catty-corner to Las Vegas’ Mountain Shadows neighborhood, a quaint, quiet area that’s close to several community parks and is located just 14 minutes from Winchester. Barkin’ Basin, though, is the only dog park close by, and it’s a pretty furrific place to play with your pooch! Your canine can run free at this off-leash dog park, which offers two separate, fenced areas so pups can play with fur-iends their own size. This park has great hours -- from 7 AM to 10 PM -- and is well-lit at night, making it pawfect for a walk no matter what time you go. The park has water fountains available for your pup, shaded areas to shield you from the Vegas summer sun, and benches for the owners. The main area to explore is grass mixed with dirt. Stop by for a fun-filled day; just remember to bring supplies for cleaning up!
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    Population Density 6,967/sq mi

    #3 Spring Valley

    The unincorporated community of Spring Valley, part of the Las Vegas township, is home to Desert Breeze Dog Park. There are two separate sections of this huge park and within these two sections there are three separate sections for different sized dogs, so you won’t need to worry about your pooch getting hurt. All of the sections are totally fenced for your pup to sniff around and make some friends. Each of the areas has a grassy area and a sandy hill area for your pup to explore. The park provides water bowls and a spigot for your pup in case they get hot or thirsty. There are also a lot of shaded areas with benches for you to sit and watch your pup play. You will have to bring your own doggy clean-up supplies, though. And remember to bring a leash -- the other areas of Desert Breeze Park are open to leashed pups!
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    Population Density 6,302/sq mi

    #4 West Las Vegas

    Just north of Las Vegas’ Rock Springs neighborhood lies Woofter Family Park, an off-leash, fenced park that is the pawfect place for pooches to play and make new friends. You’ll find two separate areas here, separated by dog size, as well as drinking water and plenty of lush green grass to roll around in. This nice, shaded park is the perfect place to beat the heat on a Vegas summer day. You’ll need to bring some doggie waste bags to clean up after your pal. Enjoy a pawesome day at this clean, well-maintained dog park, located just a short drive from Winchester.
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    Population Density 6,302/sq mi

    #5 West Washington

    If you’re looking for a great place to play with the whole family, head to Kellogg-Zaher Sports Complex! This furrific recreational spot is home to a designated off-leash dog park. Here, you’ll find all the amenities you’d expect from a great dog park -- separate areas for dogs of different sizes, lots of lush grass, drinking water, and waste disposal bags. All you need to bring is Fido’s favorite toy! The only drawback of this park is the lack of shade. Since it’s a sports complex, you’ll also find sports fields and other activities here, making it pawfect for a family outing!
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