Phoenix, AZ Area Off-Leash Dog Parks

PETsMART Dog Park at Washington Park

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21st Avenue north of Maryland (between Bethany Home and Glendale roads). Phone (602) 262-6971. The park is open from approximately 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
The park features:

•2.65 acres, grass surface.
•Six-foot-high perimeter fencing and two double-gated entrances.
•A water fountain and two watering stations for dogs.
•Accessible to people with disabilities.
•Benches and mutt mitt dispensers and garbage cans for dog waste.
•Separate areas with independent entrances, for large and small dogs 

RJ Dog Park at Pecos Park

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48th Street and Pecos Parkway (enter from 48th Street via Chandler Boulevard). Phone (602) 534-5252. The dog park, which opened on October 2003 is located in the southeast corner of the park. Hours are 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. 
The park features:

•Two total acres of grass surface divided into separately fenced areas for large and small dogs
•Fully fenced perimeter with double-gates
•Water fountain
•Accessible to people with disabilities

Echo Mountain Off Leash Arena

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17447 N. 20th St. Located in Grovers Basin on 20th Street at Cave Creek Road and Grovers. Phone (602) 262-6696.
This park features:

•A total of 2.3 acres of grass surface divided evenly into separately fenced areas for large dogs and smaller dogs under 20 pounds.
•Mutt mitt dog waste dispensers in both areas
•Drinking fountains in both areas

Rose Mofford Sports Complex

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Located at 9833 N. 25th Avenue (north of Dunlap). Phone (602) 261-8011. This facility is 2.5 acres and is divided into separate, double-gated areas for large and small dogs. The park will be open 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. In the event of heavy rain, staff may temporarily close the facility to allow the turf to dry.
Each area features:

•Water fountains
•Benches
•Trees
•Mutt mitt stations
•Accessible to people with disabilities

Steele Indian School Park

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Located just off the park’s parking lot on the west side of 7th Street, just north of Indian School Road and is open during normal park hours of 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Park features:

•1.83 total acres, granite surface with small, rolling hills and shrubbery
•Two double-gated entrances accessible to people with disabilities
•Separately fenced areas for large and small (20 pounds or less) dogs
•”Mutt-Mitt” dispensers and trash receptacles.

  1. Kayla says:

    What about the Scottsdale park off Chaparral? That was the first one I’d taken Lila.

  2. DogMaster says:

    Did you see this post yet? http://losetheleash.com/off-leash-dog-parks-in-scottsdale-az-area/ Please feel free to leave a review of the park in the comments box.

  3. Me and the kids have been to Chaparrel and really like it, lots of stimulation there and all the dogs were very social. The bomb is Cosmo Park in Chandler, something for everyone including a lake for those pets who love to swim.

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