300 E Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ, US 85012
Phoenix, AZ, US 85012
Steele Indian School Dog Park Overview
Hours: Open daily from 6 am to 10 pm.The Steele Indian School Dog Park is an off-leash dog park where both large and small dogs can enjoy some off-leash playtime. The park offers separate areas for large and small dogs as well as ADA compliant double-gated entrances and pathways and chilled drinking fountains. Waste bag dispensers and trash receptacles are also on-site. After heavy rainfall, the dog park may be closed to allow the turf to dry properly. Please call to find out more about wet condition closures.
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Average Rating:Steele Indian School Dog Park in Phoenix, AZ, US has an average rating of 4.0 based on 3 member reviews.
pitbulls stay home
daniel in detroit
Lady pitbulls are killers and only pscychopathic drug dealers and pimps own them, get a life or maybe a komodo dragon so it can have you for breakfast
Large Park -All friendly dogs are welcome including pit-bulls.
Linda in Phoenix
I went to Steele Indian School Dog Park for the first time today, (Sunday afternoon). It is large with several trees around the outside and a few picnic tables. It was very muddy by the water station with a huge mud puddle that several dogs laid & rolled in. Thankfully, my dog didn't. The people were very nice & there were several pit bulls came & went. Everyone of them were well behaved & played well with all of the other dogs. @Denise - Sorry that you had such a bad experience. Give it another try. @Daniel - You obviously don't know what you are talking about. I don't own a bit bull. My dog is a pointer, doberman mix. He has played with several different pit-bulls at different parks and has never had a problem with any of them.
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Denise in Phoenix
I have two pitbulls and they just want to run and play and one of them is really too lazy so after running for about five minutes - he is done. :-) I have gone to this park quite a few times and it really depends on who is there. I had one instance where I was literally just getting out of the car with the dogs and everyone looked and said "oh, pitbulls" and starting leaving, which is fine with me until one woman started cursing at me and my daugher and waited until she got to her car and called us "cxxxs." I was flabbergasted as neither me, my daughter or the dogs had done/said anything wrong (we just let her go and welcomed it). At least the others that did stay in the park were sympathetic and couldn't believe the attitude of some dog owners. I never went back after that experience - so I guess they (rude/ignorant people) got their way in the end. What is funny is that the lazy boy is a bit of a wimp and gets bullied by other dogs (a little embarrasing for a pitbull). LOL