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Countryside Park Off-Leash Area

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. Visit Website

Or call (480) 644-7529 or email parksrecinfo@mesaaz.gov for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Countryside Park Off-Leash Area has received a rating of 2.5 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Jodie
    May. 26, 2019
    Nice spot to socialize dogs

    I have small dogs so we go to small dog side. Been going for 3 years now. The folks I talk to are mostly retired but friendly. Laid back and nice place to let the dogs visit. Wish they had more shade though.

  • Rebecca
    May. 3, 2019
    Nice Park With Weird Vibe

    This is a perfectly nice park on the smaller side. It’s just a semi grassy field, no walking paths. The weird part is people of all ages sit around in chairs and just watch the dogs

  • Pewah
    More than a year ago
    OK, but not preferred

    Compared to other parks in the area that I've been to with my dog, this place gets a lower rating. I was skeptical of some of the previous reviews that disparaged the people there, but they're correct. To the two oblivious owners of the small Pit Bull that kept chewing on my dog over and over and over again...maybe you should try keeping fish for pets instead. They'll take about as much training and restraint as you showed with your dog this evening.

  • Madison
    More than a year ago
    Big park with lots of water!!

    Always gone when it there was 1-2 other people there. Always kind. They sometimes run out of poop bags, but they do refill them often. My german shepherd and smaller mutt love it. Everyone that has been there when I am there are kind.

  • C
    More than a year ago
    Have fun at the park!

    Large breeds are not be feared. The area reserved for TIMID dogs is not just for small breeds. Small breed owners, please socialize yourself and your dogs with large dogs and their owners!

  • Tom
    More than a year ago
    Rude Retired

    Theze old people own the park from the benches to the fences. Wish animal control would stop by and straighten them out.

  • Jon
    More than a year ago
    people carry weapons

    Tasers, pepper spray, knives, handguns, and a little ole lady with vinegar spray

  • Dave
    More than a year ago
    disorderly conduct and harassment

    Be careful, there is a recently discharged Afghanistan marine in there and he curses every pet parent whose dog likes to play. He is abusive and will offer to kick your ass. He probably is a hero but needs adjusting to society again . You'll see him because he walks around as if a sniper is out there. He is currently under police review from the complaints. Careful he carries weapons and obviously needs council. .....just leave to be safe, I see the people go when he walks in..hope justice prevails and he gets help. Again be careful. M.S counseling. Dave

  • Caroline
    More than a year ago
    my boxer loves it

    The only thing bad about the park is some people don't pick up after their dog. But then again BYOPPB bring your own poop poop bag. The park doesn't provide poop poop bags.

  • Amy
    More than a year ago
    Rude Retirees

    I've been here twice. Once for a doggie intro to adopt a dog, the second time to allow new dog (a puppy) to get out and about. He is a sweet dog, but somehow, sticking to myself, watching my dog... I get nagged out of the park for existing. They liked my dog, just didn't want me there. I'll never go back, the seniors there don't seem to like younger folks with big puppies. If you are 55+ with a toy breed, you'll have fun.

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