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3130 E Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ, US, 85204
The off-leash area at Countryside Park includes separately fenced areas for timid dogs and active dogs, park benches, and water fountains for humans and canines. The Countryside Park Off-Leash Area is closed on Tuesdays and daily from 12pm -1pm for maintenance.
1056 S Country Club Dr,
Mesa, AZ, US, 85210
Dog-friendly Bookmans Entertainment Exchange in Mesa, AZ, buys, sells and trades used books, music, movies, video games & musical instruments. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome in all Bookmans stores.
Home - Bookmans Entertainment Exchange
210 W Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85201 / (480) 398-8247
Brewery has pet-friendly seating on the patio
4810 E McKellips Rd - Mesa, AZ
Grab a meal at this pet friendly restaurant while enjoying your pet's company in the outdoor seating area. We recommend that you contact restaurant in advance to ensure there is ample seating for you and your pet
1342 S Alma Rd - Mesa, AZ
Bring your pet and enjoy the outdoor seating at this pet friendly restaurant. We recommend that you contact restaurant in advance to ensure there is ample seating for you and your pet.
625 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008
We saw a ton of amazing sunrise photos at the “Hole in the Rock” online and knew we had to make the easy trek with our pups here. Located in Papago Park, it was only a 20-minute drive from our Airbnb in Mesa. The natural geological formation here is a fabulous site to see and the trail is short and easy. The views from the top are amazing and we couldn't get over the purple and orange colors that blanketed the sky.
5135 E McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215
If you and your pup need your morning fix, we recommend stopping by The Fix. This local coffee shop brews premium quality beans and the friendly baristas at the Mesa location gave our pups so much attention.
1000 N College Ave, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
There is a fenced, off-leash dog park within lovely Papago park, which also has picnic tables, pond, playground and restrooms.
E Rio Salado Pkwy & N Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
Leashed dogs are welcome at Tempe Beach Park, which borders Tempe Town Lake and features five miles of jogging, biking, and walking trails, picnic tables, grills, and ramadas, and restrooms. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
8403 S Hardy Dr, Tempe, AZ, US, 85284
Tempe Sports Complex Dog Park is a popular spot with a large, 2-acre, fenced area with lovely grass, gravel, and picnic tables.
Mitchell Dog Park
S Mitchell Dr & 9th St, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
This securely-fenced area is one of Tempe's five off-leash dog parks, and also includes grassy areas, shade trees, benches and picnic tables.
6111 S All American Way, Tempe, AZ, US, 85283
Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy time at the Kiwanis Recreation Center in Tempe, Arizona, which has over 54,000 square feet of recreation facilities. While dogs are only allowed in the outdoor park, humans can enjoy a fitness center, wave pool, gymnasium, basketball and tennis courts, and batting range. Outside, you and Fido can stroll around the park or stop for a picnic at one of the shaded picnic ramadas. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
Mill Ave & 5th St, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
Leashed dogs are welcome to explore Hayden Butte Preserve with their humans. At this 25-acre park, you and Fido will enjoy the beauty of desert vegetation, rocky outcrops, wildlife, and historical sites. Hikers must stay on trails at all times and dogs must be leashed at all times to protect this fragile natural space.
1730 S Roosevelt St, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
Clark Park is pet-friendly. Located on ten acres, this neighborhood gathering spot is home to a lovely fenced space. The dog park is covered in grass, making it a great location for an afternoon game of fetch. On hotter days, visitors can cool off under the shade of the park's trees. Afterwards, take a stroll on the parks paved trails with your leashed pooch. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 6am to 10pm.
930 W Broadway Rd #15, Tempe, AZ, US, 85282
Broadway Nails and Spa is pet-friendly. You can bring Fido with you while you get your nails done and relax with a pedicure. Leashed pups are welcome inside the store to help you choose the right color and enjoy the chilled out vibes inside. Broadway Nails and Spa is open Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday from 9:30am to 6:00pm and Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
310 S Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
The Mill Avenue District is a great place to visit in Tempe, Arizona with your dog. This area of town is chock full of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, and is extremely popular with Arizona State University students. During football season, join the student crowds to tailgate the ASU games, or take a walk down to Tempe Town Lake and walk Fido around the park there. Many of the restaurants feature outdoor seating, where you and your dog can enjoy a meal together. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
5th St and Hardy Dr, Tempe, AZ, US, 85281
Tempe is known for its proliferation of off-leash dog parks, including this fenced one near 5th Street. Restrooms and playground nearby.
8th St & Una Ave, Tempe, AZ, US, 85282
Once the location of the Borden Milk Company, Creamery Park contains a small fenced area where dogs can play. Water fountains and waste bag dispensers are available.
3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85086
Featuring authentic buildings, historically accurate reproductions, and costumed interpreters, this 1800s town has plenty to see and do. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Be aware that snakes are around during warm months.
5802 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85018
Seating is available in the water room and a shade structure covers seats near a pool of water. Dogs must be leashed at all times. The structure is located at G.R. Herberger Park, 56th Street and Indian School Road.
721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85004
Bring your dog to Phoenix's Open Air Market to shop for fresh fruits, veggies, and local arts and crafts while listening to local bands. Leashed dogs are welcome.
12950 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85022
Hikers are welcome to take their leashed dogs on hikes up Shaw Butte. Shaw Butte is a member of the Phoenix Mountain Preserves and lies directly north of North Mountain.
S 91st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85339
You must have a permit to visit the wetlands. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times for their own protection and the protection of the wetlands.
625 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85008
Phoenix leash laws apply to all trails in Papago Park, and pets must be leashed at all times.
2439 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85004
Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans at the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area as long as they remain on the asphalt trails. Phoenix leash laws apply throughout the habitat restoration area, and pets must remain on a leash at all times.
21001 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85050
The Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix, Arizona has something for everyone in their 1.2 million square feet of retail space. Dogs are welcome to the marketplace, but they must be leashed, and individual stores and restaurants have their own policies whether or not they allow dogs inside.
6106 S 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85042
The beautiful grounds are a perfect spot to walk your dog around the gardens, restaurants, and markets. There are two dog-friendly restaurants on the farm, the Morning Glory Café and The Farm Kitchen.
1600 E Sonoran Desert Dr, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85085
From September until May, enjoy the dog-friendly Apache Wash Trails on the north side of Phoenix, Arizona. There are a number of different trails for you to choose from, ranging from easy to moderate level.
18333 N Thompson Peak Pkwy, Scottsdale, AZ, US, 85255
The Sunrise Peak Trail in Scottsdale, Arizona is a great trek for more experienced hikers. It is an in-and-out trail totaling in length of four miles, with a 1,100 foot elevation change.
17641 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85023
There are classic cars in the museum, all of which were donated from the personal collection of Mel Martin. For a five-dollar donation, you can touch and sit in all of the cars (aside from two extremely valuable exceptions). For the human kids, there is also a small carousel. Small dogs are allowed in the museum, but they need to be leashed or carried.