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Dog Areas in El Paso

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Every year, many visitors are drawn to El Paso because of its parks, nature tourism, and pet-friendly attractions. The Franklin Mountains State Park, which is recognized as the largest urban park in the entire United States, covers 37 square miles and offers approximately 26,000 acres of wilderness to explore. If you want to travel through the park on a defined path, don't worry, there are several well-marked hiking paths that wind throughout the park giving families and their dogs access to this unique landmark.

Ascarate Park is dedicated to sports and outdoor activities, including dog walking. At over 400 acres, the park has more than enough room for a golf course, a lake, several playgrounds, and an aquatic center. Many dogs are happy to accompany their families as they walk the trails or enjoy a picnic.

For a trip with less dirt and more air conditioning, take your pup to the Las Palmas Marketplace. Certain stores may not allow dogs inside, but furry companions are welcome in the communal areas, so you the minimum you can at least get some quality window-shopping done.

Kick back and relax with a cool drink at one of several dog-friendly bars in the city, such as the Hope and Anchor. With this wide variety of activities to choose from, you and your pup will have a difficult time deciding how to pass your free time in El Paso!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Paso

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    Population Density 6,670/sq mi

    #1 Album

    In Album Park there are places to go for dog-friendly fun. The Eastwood Dog Park is an off-leash area where dogs run wild in the hot El Paso sun. Thankfully, this dog park also has trees for shade so your pup can cool down too! The ground is covered in gravel, and keeping it clean is easy with poop bags provided on site. If your dog is feeling sporty, take him for a whirl on the agility equipment to work out his brain along with his brawn. An exercised dog is a happy dog, and your hound will be delighted after a day of play in Album Park.
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    Population Density 13,030/sq mi

    #2 Chamizal

    If you are in Chamizal, you should check out the Chamizal National Monument. The memorial area features over 54 acres of various activities with a trail running through where leashed, four-legged visitors are welcome. Things get hot in El Paso, so always remember to bring along a dish and some water for your pup. There is always something going on at the Chamizal National Monument, and some of the amphitheatre performances allow dogs to join and enjoy the festivities. Canine admission does depend on the event, so checking ahead of time is advised.
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    Population Density 2,612/sq mi

    #3 High Ridge

    West of the mountains lies the High Ridge neighborhood. If you're looking for dog-themed fun this side of El Paso, check out the Westside Dog Park at the Don Haskins Community Center. Your puppy pal can run off-leash in this fully fenced in area. There are special sections for small and large dogs, so you can relax knowing your dog can play safe at Westside. The park has grass for paw-friendly running but does not have a lot of shaded areas. There is a water fountain​ on site so thirsty pooches can have a drink during all of the fun. Owners can hang out on the many benches provided and enjoy views of the nearby mountains.
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    Population Density 6,400/sq mi

    #4 Las Palmas

    If you are looking for something to do with your dog in Las Palmas, El Paso, why not head down to the Las Palmas Marketplace? As long as your pup is leashed and on his best behavior, common areas of this outdoor shopping center are open for use. For dogs being very good boys and girls, some stores will even allow you to bring your dog with you while you shop! To be sure that your canine compadre is allowed in, always ask the store owner first before entering. Going to stores with lots of people can be a fantastic way to socialize young puppies so that one day they will be good dogs too!
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    Population Density 2,600/sq mi

    #5 Los Paseos

    If you're looking for a fun outing with Rover in Los Paseos, the Pebble Hills Dog Park is the place for you! This location offers 3 acres of grassy fun for your pup to roam to its heart's content. There are two separate areas for both big and little pooches for safe and fun interactions. Why not take your dog through the doggy obstacle course for challenging excitement and mental exercise? There's nothing like agility equipment to help in obedience training! This park gets quite sunny, so be sure to bring a dish and some water to keep your fur-baby hydrated throughout​ the day.
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