17447 North 20th Street
Phoenix, AZ, US 85022
Phoenix, AZ, US 85022
Echo Mountain Off Leash Arena at Grovers Basin Overview
This lovely, fully-fenced off-leash dog park is packed with amenities, including separate areas for large and small dogs, shade trees, benches, and cool running water. Owners must pick up any pet waste immediately. Mutt mitt dog waste dispensers can be found in both the large and small dog areas. In the event of heavy rain, the park may be closed to allow the turf to dry. Call for wet condition closure updates.
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Average Rating:Echo Mountain Off Leash Arena at Grovers Basin in Phoenix, AZ, US has an average rating of 3.3 based on 6 member reviews.
Ann in Cave Creek
I just moved here from Minnesota and this was my dogs first experience at a dog park. She had a great time time with the other dogs and the owners were all very friendly. There was a big area for the dogs to run, water, and shaded benches.
Kirke in Phoenix
See their website: http://thepacknews.webs.com
Nadia in LA
Great park, large grass areas, well-maintained with nice people! One part for smaller dogs and one part for large dogs
Grovers Basin Dog Park
Art in Phoenix
11/17/2012 - The dog park is down in a water retention basin as the name implies. It's accessed via a parking lot on East Grovers Ave., west of Cave Creek Road. There is a fenced grass section for small dogs and another fenced grass section for larger dogs. These areas are accessed via double gates which prevent dogs from escaping. Water is available from a faucet in each area. There are several waste bag stations attached to the fences containing plastic bags provided by people that use the park (grocery bags, bread bags, etc.). There are 3 or 4 benches for sitting in each area and people have stocked the park with their own plastic patio chairs. There is little shade as the trees that have been planted are small and will need several years of growth before providing a larger shaded area in which to sit. Patrons have also left tennis balls and other toys with which the dogs can play. As you might expect, cleanliness is spotty as some people clean up after their animals and some don't. Although, I have seen people patrol the park with pooper scoopers cleaning up waste during their visits. Plenty of room to let the dogs run. I just wish there was more shade for the warmer months.
James in Phoenix
The dog park provides water but there is no shade. The "regulars" think they own the park and find the need to tell others what to do. However, the "regulars" that group their chairs together and flap their gums NEVER pick up after their own dogs. The park is filled with dog feces in the morning. Although there is a big dog park and small dog park, they group the dogs together in the small dog park. There are better parks in Phoenix than Echo Mountain.
Mud, dangerous dogs, concealed weapons
Cheryl in phoenix
this must be the "pit" in pit bull of dog parks. Guns are common place. Dangerous dogs are everywhere. "Dog Park Mayors" abound. No shade. No grass. High crime neighborhood. In the past 4 weeks 2 dogs have been mangled and 1 killed. Please make one visit. That is all you need to confirm just how bad an off leash park can be.