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Best Dog Parks in Phoenix

From welcoming green acres to challenging obstacle courses, unleash your pup’s adventurous side at these best dog parks in Phoenix.

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Cosmo Dog Park
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This Gilbert pooch park has been nationally recognized by Dog Fancy Magazine as the fourth-best dog park in the country. Named after Gilbert’s own K9 hero, Cosmo, the 4-acre fenced park features a dog lake, dog drinking fountains and wash stations, and even designated areas for “active and timid dogs.”
2502 E. Ray Road, Gilbert
www.gilbertaz.gov

Chaparral Dog Park
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Relax on one of the nearby benches and shaded seating areas as you watch your pup run and play across 4 acres, three of which are grass. All pooches, large and small, aggressive or timid, are welcome here since the park space is separated into “passive dog” and “active dog” areas.
5401 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale
www.scottsdaleaz.gov

Tempe Sports Complex
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Let your dog roam and run through the 2-acre dog park that’s divided into grassy and gravel areas at the Tempe Sports Complex. Located near Hardy Drive and Warner Road, there’s picnic tables for watchful human companions, too.
8401 S. Hardy Dr., Tempe
www.tempe.gov

Shawnee Bark Park
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This leash-free dog park features shady trees, plenty of drinking fountains and benches, and even obstacles, like hurdles, for your dog. The park is shaped in a circle, with the middle area designated for smaller dogs.
1400 W. Mesquite, Chandler
www.chandleraz.gov

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