When you hear the word Phoenix, you probably instantly think HEAT. And rightfully so. Arizona’s capital city is well known for its soaring high summer temperatures. But along with the warm weather, residents here enjoy cactus filled desert scenery, blue skies, and the gorgeous surrounding hills. There are also plenty of canine citizens in this beautiful muttropolis. Sun loving doggos get to enjoy sunny winters and plenty of park time, so it’s a good thing Phoenix has a woofderful selection of dog parks. Keep reading to learn about the top dog parks in Phoenix. Your dog will thank you!
Located inside Washington Park, this barktastic dog park is always hopping. Since it’s one of the most pupular off leash areas in Phoenix, your pup will always have friends to play with when they visit. Small and shy doggos have their own area to play, and canine drinking fountains keep the dogs well hydrated. Don’t forget to use the clean up bags and keep this busy spot furbulous!
This pawsome park serves the canine residents on the north side of town. With gorgeous desert hills as a backdrop, it is a woofderful spot to let your pupper run amuck. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, and plenty of open grass for roaming. Lights allow pets and their parents to use the park in the cooler evenings. Water fountains are also available.
Follow the paw shaped pathways to this woofderful doggy play area. Unclip the leash so your furry BFF can romp around with their canine buddies. Whether they sprint across the turf area or nose around the dirt patches, your pooch will have a pawsome time. This park has separate areas for small and large dogs, clean up bags, and drinking water. Oh, and seating for pet parents.
Named after a fallen K-9 police officer, this furrific off leash area is located inside Pecos Park. Your pupper can let loose and tucker themselves out by darting around the two acre lot. There’s not a lot of shade, so make sure the temperatures aren’t too high when you visit. Water fountains and clean up bags are provided, as are picnic tables for dog moms and dads.
Need a new place to take your beloved pet? Then head on over to this furrific off leash area for some canine excitement. Nestled inside Grover’s Park, this two acre grass field is just calling your pal’s name. It’s completely fenced in and has a separate area for small doggos. Pet parents will find a few benches and some shade. Drinking water is available, so bring a bowl and make sure your pooch stays hydrated.
After a lazy day around the house, your pup would love nothing more than to run around this pawsome dog park. Located inside Paradise Valley Park, this 2.4 acre off leash area is the pawfect place for your pup to stretch their four legs. Small and large breeds have separate play areas, and there’s plenty of cold water to go around. Plus there are benches for pet parents to relax while the pups play!
If your pup has energy to spare, pack them up and head over to this puptastic dog park. Here your furry pal has over two acres to dart and dash around and socialize with their peers. There is some grass, but after a heavy rainstorm, the park can be pretty muddy. Little pups have their own play area, and drinking water is available to all dogs.
Tucked away in Deer Valley Park is a furrific off leash area that will make your doggo’s tail wag. Unclip their leash and let them frolic around this wide open grass field. It’s fully fenced and has a separate area for petite pooches. Since Phoenix days can be blistering hot, the park is well lit, so your pup can visit the park after the sun goes down.
Fun fact- this puptacular park was the first dog park in downtown Phoenix. When they visit, large doggos have .75 acres to romp around in, and small pups have a quarter of an acre. Both play areas have drinking water for thirsty dogs and shaded seating for their parents. So go ahead, unclip your pal’s leash. They can mix and mingle with new furry playmates and run wild.
When traveling through Sky Harbor International Airport with your pup, you’ll be woofin’ glad to come across these small off leash areas. Nine small animal relief areas are scattered around the airport. Strategically located throughout the terminals, these mini bark parks give doggos a place to relieve themselves and take a break from being on leash or in a crate. Three cheers for airport dog parks!