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Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Elizario

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    Population Density 4,052/sq mi

    #1 Los Paseos

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    You’ll find the Los Paseos neighborhood in the eastern region of El Paso. Pebble Hills Dog Park is a 3-acre dog park separated in two areas for large and small pets located. The park is fully fenced-in, has a nice grassy area to romp and tumble, and some equipment for Fido to exercise, train, and show off his skills. The only problem that may occur for your pup is that there are no water fountains around and not much shade from the trees, so make sure to take some drinking water for both you and Fido. The fastest route from San Elizario to El Paso will be via Socorro Road with a turn to TX-375 Loop North, which will take less than 25 minutes by car.
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    Population Density 6,036/sq mi

    #2 Album

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    The whole neighborhood of Album in West El Paso is almost entirely occupied by Eastwood Dog Park, located within Album Park on 3110 Parkwood Street. The area is very pawpular among locals and visitors with pups, offering an off-leash site with a well-maintained fence coupled with gravel ground cover and special agility equipment. This is a great place to socialize with other four-legged friends. No need to worry about your pup to get tired fast on a sunny day -- the trees in the park provide plenty of shade from the relentless Texas sun, so even the most active pups are safe and sound!
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    Population Density 1,665/sq mi

    #3 Desierto Plaza

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    Desierto Plaza is a nice green neighborhood located in northwest El Paso. This neighborhood is occupied by two parks: Westside Open Reserve and Westside Community Park, which has a dog-friendly place named Westside Dog Park Haskins Community Center. In comparison with many other parks offering a limited set of amenities, this park has a huge grassy area to run around in or catch a Frisbee or a ball, as well as a doggie water fountain and a water bowl station next to the exit gates. This fenced park also has two separate areas for small and large dogs to make sure the little guys aren’t ruffhousing with the big boys. The local crowd is usually very friendly and the four-legged visitors are well-behaved. That’s why socializing will be the first priority for your pup here. Time to chase each other’s tails!
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    Population Density 1/sq mi

    #4 Guadalupe Mountains National Park

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    If you’re looking to enjoy spectacular views of nature or a unique wildlife experience, then you are naturally an adventurous dog owner! That’s why you should head to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Salt Flat. This is where the adventures start! Your pooch will be delighted and excited to explore the park, which even has a fossilized reef. This thrilling adventure may be unpredictable, so keep your pup on his leash and do not let him on backcountry trails to avoid any unpleasant experiences. Getting to Salt Flat may take some time, so be sure to take care of your pup in advance: get him leashed, fully-equipped with water, and start your adventure via US-180 West and US-62 West. Time for fun has come!
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    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #5 City Center

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    If both you and your pup love bonding together on a long trip, you should visit the second largest city in New Mexico: Las Cruces. Hit the road via I-10 East from San Elizario and get to the city in a bit more than an hour. The city center itself is buzzing with tourists and locals enjoying their time dining, shopping or going for a walk with their pups in Las Cruces Dog Park. The park is an off-leash area with all the supplies needed: seating throughout the park, water stations, and a small shaded area. The place is notable for being clean and well-maintained. Usually, there are plenty of locals having a great time with their mutts, so your pup is sure to make some new fur-iends! And since this is a city center, there are many cafes welcoming you with your special family member before or after a day out. Check out International Delights, where you and your dog can dine together at the outdoor seating area. Or, spoil your pup and take him to Caliche’s Frozen Custard. The staff will give you a free “Poochie Cone” for your friend!
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