Coronado Dog Park
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- LisaMore than a year agourban but just fine!
Best part is that it’s all wood chips so there’s no mud!
- TheresaMore than a year agoDangerous Car Traffic Area
This is a nice park, but the location is right between two very busy roads. Parking is not easy. You need to park along the road. There is a quieter access road on one side near the entrance. Note that the park is across the road from where GPS will tell you it is. Look around if you don't see it! When I arrived in the mid-morning it was empty, but a few dogs joined us over time. It was a good experience, I just worry about all that car traffic if a dog gets loose during entry/exit or loading/unloading. Be careful!
- JaxxMore than a year agoSo so
On the plus side the park is large and well-shaded. On the down-side, the location is questionable with homeless asking for money and there were lots of muddy puddles in the park and it hadn't rained for days. Wood chips are great, but they need a lot more. Although this is the closest off-leash dog park to my house, I'm going to seek another location.
- TMore than a year agoSketchy!
This dog part is SKETCHY and owners don't clean up after their dogs and don't pay attention to them. There were some sketchy dudes that came in with like 7 dogs and started asking people for money. It's not safe at all.
- RobinMore than a year agoDogs love this park
This park has a great mixture of bark chips and grassy areas. It DOES HAVE WATER. There is lots of shade. Even though it is "inner city," it's a lot nicer than the Tom Bolack Urban Forest.
- DavidMore than a year agoGood and Bad Timing
Considering its location, in downtown Albuquerque, this is a very pleasant park: nice trees, very clean, and water available. There have been other dogs there every time I've been - timing is all!