Dog Friendly Activities in Waddell, AZ

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Waddell, and 22 more nearby. 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 Waddell.

Pet Friendly White Tank Mountain Regional Park
White Tank Mountain Regional Park Leashed pets are welcome at this stunningly beautiful public park. Take the hike out to a waterfall in the middle of the desert. Nearly 30,000 acres makes this the largest regional park in Maricopa County. Most of the park is made up of the rugged and beautiful White Tank Mountains on the Valleys west side. See Details
Pet Friendly Harbor Freight Tools
Harbor Freight Tools Harbor Freight Tools is pet-friendly. Small leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on the hunt for bargain tools and equipment. The items on offer are often cheaper than some their competitors because they cut out the middle man and sell directly to the people who need them. This branch is open Monday through Saturday from 8am to 7pm and Sunday from 9am to 6pm. See Details
Thunderbird Conservation Park Thunderbird Conservation Park, a 1,185-acre park in the Hedgpeth Hills, is a conservation park dedicated to preserving the desert environment. Park activities include picnicking, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, jogging and bird watching. About 15 miles of multi-use trails have been constructed, thanks to the efforts of many volunteer groups. See Details
Deem Hills Recreation Area Deem Hills offers a variety of hiking trails for you and your dog to enjoy. Composed of Precambrian granite and Tertiary age volcanic rocks, Deem Hills is ancient history waiting to be explored. The Deem Hills Circumference Trail is 5.73 miles long and traverses the entire recreation area, providing wonderful views of the Phoenix area as well as the opportunity to view the wild and varied Arizona Upland vegetation. There are many other trails to choose from as well, providing enjoyable hikes for a variety of fitness levels. Phoenix leash laws apply on all trails, and pets must be leashed at all times. See Details
Pioneer Community Park: Dog Park Large 3 section dog park within the Pioneer Community Park. Pioneer Community Park is an 83 acre park located near the southeast corner of 83rd Ave and Olive Ave in Peoria. The park features many amenities for Peoria residents and their families including baseball fields and multi-purpose fields, a dog park, and a 5-acre urban lake stocked with fish. The park is also home to a large public art installation, "Forge" by Thomas Sayre, which is visible from 83rd Ave. See Details
Friendship Dog Park This city park is packed with amenities, including sports fields, walking trails, and japanese gardens. There's also a fenced, off-leash dog park for your pet to play. See Details
Roscoe Dog Park Roscoe Dog Park is a nice place to let your dog get some off-leash exercise on 6.5 acres. With separate areas for passive and active dogs, this is great place for all pooches! The park is open from 6 AM until 10 PM daily all year round. Amenities include water fountains for dogs and people, picnic table and benches, dog run with lighting, waste bags, double-gate entrance, restrooms and parking. See Details
Northern Horizon Park Northern Horizon Park, 63rd and Northern Avenues, has a large fenced-in play area, a play area for small dogs, water fountains, shade trees benches and waste stations. This is Glendale's largest dog park. This dog park is closed on Mondays. See Details
Tres Rios Wetlands Tres Rios Wetlands provides approximately 480 acres of emergent wetland as a habitat for wildlife of many species while productively and naturally purifying water. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans on an exploration of this interesting and diverse area owned and operated by the City of Phoenix Water Services Department. You must have a permit to visit the wetlands. Permits are good for three months and can be obtained by contacting Heather Finden at the phone number provided. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times for their own protection and the protection of the wetlands. Because there is no shade, it is best to visit the wetlands in the early portion of the day during warm months, especially if bringing a dog. The trail surface is dirt with small pebbles. There are no drinking fountains onsite, so bring plenty of water for you and your pup. See Details
Community Park Dog Park Community Park Dog Park is a family-oriented off-leash dog park is packed with shade trees, drinking water, large and small dog areas, and picnic tables. See Details
Foothills Dog Park This clean, well-maintained dog park is a great place for your pet to play off-leash. Foothills Park, 57th Avenue and Union Hills Drive, has an area located northeast of the softball complex and access is from the Foothills Library parking lot. Two separate areas allow for monthly rotation of use. Signs at the park provide direction as to which side is ‘open.’ Each side provides separate areas for large and small dogs that include: grass, shade, water, and benches. An agility course is available within the east side area. This dog park is closed on Wednesdays for maintenance. See Details
Sahuaro Ranch Park Sahuaro Ranch Park, 63rd Avenue and Mountain View Road, has an off-leash dog area just north of the west parking lot and just south of the softball complex. With an area for small dogs, water fountains, waste stations and some dog agility equipment, this is a great place to bring the pooch for a doggie play day. This dog park is closed on Tuesdays. See Details
Rio Vista Community Park Rio Vista Park is pet-friendly. This 52-acre community park offers a wide variety of activities and amenities for the people who live locally. It is home to the Rio Vista Recreation Center, multiple athletic fields, playground and splash pad. The park is also home to Peoria's Veterans Memorial Wall. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. Rio Vista Park is open every day of the week from 6:00am to 10:30pm. See Details
Pioneer Living History Museum 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. See Details
Estrella Mountain Regional Park Leashed dogs are allowed inside the park to explore the desert and mountain trails. These 19,840 acres of desert and mountains became the first regional park in the Maricopa County Park System in 1954. Located near the meeting of the Gila and Agua Fria Rivers in the southwest Valley, the park includes seasonal wetland or riparian area during our winter and monsoon rains. The majority of the park remains pristine desert, very similar in appearance to the landscape seen by the first settlers and explorers. See Details
Outlets at Anthem 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. See Details
Sundance Dog Park Sundance park has 2 fenced off leash areas. One for large Dogs and one for small dogs. Areas are full grass and have water for dogs to drink with some obstacles for both sizes. The Dog Park is closed for maintenance every Wednesday and opens to the Public at 2 PM. See Details
Cesar Chavez Dog Park Let your dog run free, exercise and have fun at Cesar Chavez Dog Park off-leash activity area. The park is fully fenced with safe, double-gated entrances. See Details
Parkridge Park Dog Park Parkridge Park Dog Park in Peoria welcomes dogs and their owners to enjoy the two small areas that are divided into a section for small dogs and large dogs. If you have a shaggy or longer hair dog, be warned that there's a lot of dry grass at this park. Parkridge Park Dog Park is open every day of the week from 6:00am to 10:30pm. See Details
Pink House Boutique Dogs are welcome to shop with their owners for women's clothing and accessories at Pink House Boutique in Glendale. Retro pinup clothing & boho all in one place. See Details
Skyline Regional Park Skyline Regional Park is pet-friendly. This 8,700 acre mountain preserve is located in the southern White Tank Mountains. The park is home to numerous pet-friendly trails to explore with your leashed pooch. The park is free to enter. Enjoy the trails with your dog from sunrise to sunset. Gates close at 10 p.m. See Details
New River Trail New River Trail is pet-friendly. The multi-purpose trail is 13.5 miles in length. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after. The trail runs alongside the often dry, New River. Users can continue their journey along the Skunk Creek Trail. See Details
Surprise Indoor/Outdoor Farmers Market Surprise Indoor/Outdoor Farmers Market hosted by Surprise/Arizona Traditions will take place on the second Wednesday of each month and will be open year-round. The pet-friendly farmer's market includes over 60 local vendors selling fresh produce, grass-fed meat, artisan baked goods, award-winning sauces, organic seasonings, raw honey, organic dog treats, local free-range eggs and more. They will also host arts and crafts, live music, food trucks and other local businesses. See Details