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Gene C. Reid Park: Miko's Corner Playground

Named after Miko, a TPD police dog that lost its life in the line of duty the Gene C. Reid Park: Miko's Corner Playground in Tucson features lights, three double-entry gates, divided 2-acre site for large and small dogs, dog-friendly potable water fountains, scooper dispenser, and ramada with tables. Closed Thursdays from 9 AM-12 PM for maintenance. Visit Website

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Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

Gene C. Reid Park: Miko's Corner Playground has received a rating of 4.4 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Click
    Apr. 13, 2022
    Entire Park was Beautiful

    We walked past the dog park due to the heat and crowd, but we're able to enjoy shade-hopping through the rest of the park. Great area with lots of shade and space! Duck ponds kept my boys interested and open fields have us space to run (on leash).

    We were so enthralled with the park that we missed the fact that there is a zoo!

  • Catherine
    Mar. 2, 2022
    Great dog park split between shall and large dogs

    great dog park. definitely dusty but good for a run around lots of tennis balls and fresh water. nice to leash walk your dog around there too

  • Sherry
    Mar. 3, 2021
    Dusty but big, safe, and fun!

    Really liked the divided spaces so medium dogs have options to run with the big dogs or chill with the little ones.

  • Tara
    More than a year ago
    nice dog park

    Nice multi use park with a good size dog park. (1 for small dogs, 1 for big dogs) Dusty when the wind picks up, but you can move to the other side of the dog park. Some shady areas.

  • Jack
    More than a year ago
    big fun dusty park

    this park is really fun - tons of dogs for my guy to play with. very friendly people. only thing is that it is very dusty - i imagine you’d have to wear a mask or something in the drier months and give yer pup a good rub down after play. also appreciated they have a thing to wipe your feet off as you leave in case you step in it!

  • Tara
    Jan. 6, 2018
    Great place

    We started bringing our 4 month old heeler here almost every day to run out some of his energy. He absolutely loves it. Thre’s always dogs there no matter when we go and all the owners are friendly and responsible. If there is ever an issue the owners step in right away to maintain a safe environment for the other dogs. The park is always clean and well maintained.

  • Emily
    More than a year ago
    love it!

    Great park!! My pup had a blast!

  • Milo
    More than a year ago
    Not what it was perhaps?

    I've been bringing my dog there for a year. In that time, the park's quality has deteriorated considerably. People aren't cleaning up their dogs' messes. The dogs' water fountains barely work (we bring our own water). Small dogs are on the large dog side, so people aren't following the rules. This causes fights. Last week, someone brought a kiddy pool (!!) to the park, which did nothing except get all the dogs muddy. Bad idea.
    It's a usage problem, no fault of the park itself.

  • Holly
    More than a year ago
    We Like It!

    Reid Park is very nice. It has attractive fencing and the grounds are clean and not so dusty. There are shaded areas with tables for the humans and water for the dogs when we visited everyone was friendly and the dogs were playful, not aggressive. There is an area for the large dogs and one for smaller dogs. You are lucky to have such a nice park in the city!

  • Adara
    More than a year ago
    Beautiful park.

    This doggie park is in Reid's Park, next to the zoo in Tucson. It's in a beautiful location, with Reid's Park surrounding Miko's Corner. It's an all sand enclosure with a path, water fountains, and plenty of benches and shade. I went on a Tuesday morning, and there were plenty of dogs for my pup to play with. Most were well behaved. (Why bring a toy for your toy aggressive dog to the dog park?) there was a small dog side as well, with quite a few little dogs running around. Owners were quick to react if a fight broke out. Overall, this is a great park and I will continue to bring my dog here while I'm in town.

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