Tempe Sports Complex Dog Park
- PeterMar 17, 2022Tried multiple times and won't be back
I really wanted this one to work. It's convenient and there's a lot of space but pet owner responsibility is sorely lacking. On every visit, we had at least one aggressive dog biting at mine in what their owner said was "playing rough". It was biting.
The park always has 15-20 dogs when I've gone but we won't be returning because of biting and aggressive dogs.
- JillMar 10, 2020Nice large park With Grass
Great complex. Lots of parking. Choose the Northwest parking lot which is closest to the dog park which is in the north corner behind a baseball field. Nice people at 7am.
- ShelleyMay 12, 2019Needs a small dog area
This park is lovely in so many ways, but I would not feel safe bringing my 9lb chihuaha here. I have been here with larger dogs, and they do well. It's a huge park, and there is plenty of room for a small dog area.
- HaleyApr 8, 2019It’s Ok
There’s not much here, just an open field with plenty of shaded areas and seating. There are two water fountains but they are on opposite sides of the park.
- HaleyDec 10, 2018Good dog park
It’s a good sized dog park, when I went it was muddy but that was because it rained the night before. Not much to say about this park, nothing really to do other that run in the grass. My dog got board after 20 minutes of throwing the ball around
- TylerMore than a year agoAwesome dog park!
This is a good sized dog park. It is very grassy and I didn't see much in the way of mud. The dogs were all friendly too.
- BarbaraMore than a year agoDog Park closed 7/31/17
Both gates were closed today July 31, 2017. Dog Park is closed for a few days. For No Good reason. This is absolutely unnecessary. Closed for 3 or more days to do something to lighting.
- SaraMore than a year agoSocial Hour
We have two dogs- one under 20 lbs, the other nearly 50. We bring them both to this park, which is for the most part a great place to go. The biggest issue we have here is that many of the owners do not watch their dogs and instead let them run unchecked while they socialize obliviously in the shade of the tents. These individuals always belong to the large dogs, and they are generally not around when their dogs start causing or participating in problem situations. Many of them are completely clueless about how their own dogs actually behave with other dogs. This park does not have separate sections for small/big dogs- everyone is just all in one space, so you see the owners of smaller dogs being 100% more involved than the owners of the big dogs. My 18 pound dog got jumped by a pit bull who easily weighed 60 pounds and the woman who owned the dog never even realized what her dog had done, nor did she come over to check on the situation or apologize for herself afterwards. Instead, the owners of two other (small) dogs helped out. This kind of thing is pretty typical here- many kind and helpful, watchful people, but equally many irresponsible, rude, and dangerously ignorant ones.
- RajMore than a year agoAwesome Park with Several Cell Towers onsite for remote workers!
Great park for dogs and ample seating areas for people to work in the shade from.
- HelenMore than a year agoBe responsible
This is a wonderful dog park. However, many owners don't watch their dogs and there have been many fights with the smallest dogs usually losing and costing the owners a lot of money at the vets. Many dogs are not fixed, with might be contributing to the problem. So if you come here, please be responsible and watch your dogs. Also, please pick up after them. This is meant for all to enjoy, not a potty run for lazy owners who don't want to pick up after their dogs