1451 Kit Carson Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM, US
Albuquerque, NM, US
Rio Grande Triangle Park Overview
Hours: 6:00 am to 10:00 pmThis is one of several off leash dog parks in Albuquerque, NM. Be sure to bring water for your dog, as this location does not have a doggie water fountain.
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Average Rating:Rio Grande Triangle Park in Albuquerque, NM, US has an average rating of 4.6 based on 5 member reviews.
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Jessica & Bach in Dallas, TX
What a gem! Bach loves coming here they have an assortment of texture( grass, cedar hips, sand, boulders to climb on, sidewalks, shaded with trees, artificial green areas) There is access to clean water and several buckets there than I can fill up for Bach to drink from. There are several benches, chairs park tables for parents to relax on. There is a sectioned area for large dogs to be separate from small dogs but both can play together in the larger area as well if owner chooses. This park is an off leash dog park and right across the street is a family park with a jungle gym and swings, BBQ pits, etc. safe neighborhood. This park backs up to the back of the zoo but I haven't noticed any bad smells. The rio grade runs near it( what's left of it anyway) and just down tingley road is tingley beach and the ABQ Bio park which is fun to get off in the off trail areas and see some wildlife and hike the unpacked trails, see the serene preservation ponds, etc. SO grateful We found this place!!!
Good our first time
Brooklyn in Wickenburg,AZ
We took our dog here the very first time Easter weekend back in 2012 and it was a good experience for us. It was peaceful, good weather and yes there was water at that time. Everyone and other dogs were friendly and I liked how the area was layed out. I would go there again if I never ended up back in ABQ. =)
Becky in Albuquerque
There is water there. Everyone is nice and social. Just like every dog park you can get the people that do not take care of their dogs and are irresponsible, but very rare.
Small but nice park
Allison in Carmel, IN
In town with our two Weims. This was a small but nice park. It's small but we were able to throw the ball for some fetch. There were only a couple other dogs there when we were there. There is one section of fake turf, which was a nice change from the gravel. There was non potable water available for the dogs. There was even a small plastic pool which we filled and the dogs plopped in to cool off. There were several shade trees and benches.
Chantel in albuquerque
My husband, daughter and I love taking our dog here. We go about four times a week, which helps our dog and us to become acquainted with the usuals. Its overall pretty well maintained. there is actually water at this location and a small pool for the dogs to get in. the only thing i dont like is one section , where there is a mountain and large rocks around it because dogs run into them too often, its kinda a hazard. we really enjoy it though.