Your furry best friend will love these parks!
Go on an adventure with your dog! There are plenty of parks in and around Phoenix where you can work out, read a book, take in the sunshine, and relax while your pet roams free. Take advantage of the great weather and head over to any of the parks we’ve added to this list. We’re sure you won’t regret it.
These are Phoenix dog parks you’ll want to visit before the summer is over:
1. PetSmart Dog Park
They have small dog and large dog areas with a lot of grass and trees. You and your pup will love its layout and its two watering stations.
Where: Washington Park 📍 6655N 23rd Avenue
2. Echo Mountain Off Leash Arena
This dog park features separate areas for small and large dogs, 2.3 acres of grass and water.
Where: 📍 17447 N. 20th St
3. Pecos Park Dog Park
Pecos Dog Park is named after a police dog that died in the line of duty. You’ll see a sign commemorating this brave pup upon entry. There are water fountains and lots of grass for running. A dog’s paradise!
Where: 📍 17010 S 48th St
4. Cosmo Dog Park
Take your dog for a swim at the large pond inside Cosmo Dog Park. The public park is well-stocked with poop bags, trash cans as well as a few areas where you can rinse him off after playing in the sand and lake.
Where: 📍 2502 E Ray Rd, Gilbert
5. Cesar Chavez Dog Park
The Cesar Chavez Park is huge and full of surprises. There’s a medium-sized dog park where your pet can run unleashed and a trail for you to run, stroll or bike! The lake inside the park is also open for fishing.
Where: 📍7858 S 35th Ave, Laveen Village
6. Esteban Dog Park
Esteban Park will be heaps of fun for you and your doggo. The park features a playground, picnic areas, a rugby field, grills, and even tennis courts. The dog park is not huge but it’s just the perfect size for your best friend to stretch his legs.
Where: 📍3345 E Roeser Road
7. Margaret T. Hance Park
This was Phoenix’s first downtown dog park and has water fountains for your pooch and plenty of space for him to play!
Where: 📍323 W. Culver St
Featured photo by Andrés Gómez.