Dog Friendly Activities in Black Canyon City, AZ

There aren't any dog friendly activities in Black Canyon City. However, you'll find information on all of the dog friendly activities within a 20 mile radius of Black Canyon City below! Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Black Canyon City, AZ, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Pet Friendly Barbara's Pet Park  in New River, AZ
Barbara's Pet Park offers space for dogs to run and play, water fountains, benches, shade structures, and artwork. MEMBERSHIPS ARE REQUIRED.
Pet Friendly Pioneer Living History Museum in Phoenix, AZ
You and Fido will find more than 90 acres of history to explore at Pioneer Living History Village. Featuring authentic buildings, historically-accurate reproductions, and costumed interpreters, this 1800s town has plenty to see and do. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Be aware that snakes are around during warm months.
Pet Friendly Outlets at Anthem in Phoenix, AZ
The shopaholic in you can a day at the Outlets at Anthem. There are over sixty designer brand shops, as well as a food court. Around the holidays, come to check out the largest Christmas tree in Arizona! Dogs are allowed at the outlets, and there are poop bag stations and dog water fountains stationed around the property. If you’re bringing Fido, though, also bring a friend who can wait with your dog outside, as certain stores do not allow dogs inside. Dogs are not permitted in the food court, but there is plenty of outdoor seating for you to sit and eat together.
Pet Friendly Jack Ass Acres K-9 Korral in New River, AZ
Jack Ass Acres K-9 Korral is a pet-friendly park. The nation’s first sustainable dog park is built entirely from recycled and re-used material. The members-only park has no grass and instead features a desert motif to save water. Water fountains and lights operate by solar power. Benches and tables are carved from fallen tree limbs. An artist donated the metal animal sculptures that are recycled auto parts. The park is divided into two sections, one for smaller and less active dogs and one for the canine that loves to run and chase. Several parts are covered with artificial turf from the NFL. Summer monsoons soak the region so design included slopes that allow excess water to run into the trees. Poop stations offer biodegradable bags.
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