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Other Dog Activities in Tucson, AZ

There are 23 other dog-friendly attractions in Tucson. 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 Tucson.

Pet Friendly DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Museum
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Museum DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Museum is a dog-friendly attraction in Tucson, AZ. Visitors are treated to view not only the art hung in the gallery, but the colorful grounds and sculptures surrounding the property. Leashed dogs are welcome and the staff readily hand out dog treats. See Details
Pet Friendly Sky Island Scenic Byway
Sky Island Scenic Byway Sky Island Scenic Byway is pet-friendly. This scenic road is the only paved route to the highest point in the Santa Catalina Range, Mount Lemmon. Also referred to as the Mount Lemmon Highway and Catalina Highway Scenic Drive, this winding scenic road is one of the most picturesque pathways in the southwest and also one of the most diverse over a short distance. At only 27 miles long, it starts in the desert and ends up in the high forest. Stunning views await you and your pooch as you climb high into the rocky surroundings. See Details
Arte Bella Arte Bella in Tucson, AZ is pet friendly. Bring your pooch with you to paint on canvas, wood or glass. In addition to supplying a laid-back atmosphere, they provide canvases, easels, aprons, brushes, paint, crafting supplies, and charging stations, so all you need to bring is yourself! Whether you are looking for a step-by-step instructed class or an open studio experience, their staff is here to support you. See Details
Catalina Brewing Company Catalina Brewing Company in Tucson, AZ is pet friendly. This small craft brewery manufactures and distributes a variety of craft beers designed and created from local materials with the southern Arizona market in mind and centering around a mountain bicycling theme and the incredible outdoor spirit that exists in the Arizona Southwest. See Details
Children's Memorial Park Leashed dogs are welcome at the pet-friendly Children's Memorial Park, located in Tucson, AZ. Please remember to clean up after your pup when visiting. The park features a lighted basketball court, exercise stations, drinking water, a playground, ramadas with tables and grills, restrooms, and a softball field. See Details
1912 Brewing Company 1912 Brewing Company in Tucson, AZ is dog friendly. They welcome pets inside the building of this popular family-owned brewery. Their most popular brews are the sours, along with having a massive selection of other beers available too. 1912 Brewing Company offers growler fills, pours, kegs, and a variety of merchandise as well. See Details
Tucson Botanical Gardens Take a walk with Fido through the pet-friendly Tucson Botanical Gardens in Tucson, AZ. From June 1st through September 30th, leashed dogs are welcome to explore the outdoor grounds with you. You'll find dog bowls and clean-up stations scattered throughout the Gardens during these months. There's an admission fee for dogs, and Dog Memberships are available for purchase. See Details
Creative Souls Scavenger Hunt at Catalina State Park Creative Souls Scavenger Hunt at Catalina State Park is a pet-friendly game in Tucson, AZ. Grab your furry friend for this innovative and lighthearted hunt, designed for humans of all ages. Please note you must download WhatsApp on your phone to communicate with the host during your experience. See Details
Paint a Postcard in the Desert 'Paint a Postcard in the Desert' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Kristie. Meet at the Brown Mountain Picnic Area as a destination to begin an observation of the landscape, then learn how to begin a postcard- sized painting, with tips on composition, color mixing, and how to tie it all together with details. Leashed dogs are welcome with prior approval. The experience lasts 3 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 16 and up. No requirements for prior painting knowledge are needed. Rates start at $75 per person. See Details
Fort Lowell Museum Bring Fido along with you to The Fort Lowell Museum, a dog-friendly exhibit in Tucson, AZ. This museum is a branch of the Arizona Historical Society and is located in the reconstructed Commanding Officer's quarters on the grounds of present day Fort Lowell Park. Fort Lowell was established in 1873 and the museum features exhibits about military life on the Arizona frontier. There are historic interpretive signs throughout the park to enjoy as you walk with pets. The museum gives dog cookies to four-legged visitors. See Details
Tap & Bottle - North Fido is welcome inside Tap & Bottle - North, a dog-friendly tasting room in Tucson, AZ. This popular bar and bottle shop serve a vast selection of beer, spirits, cider, hard kombucha, seltzer, mead, sake, wine and cocktails. Leashed dogs are invited to join you beside an indoor table while you sample drinks for the continually-rotating choice of beverages. See Details
Cherry Avenue Park Cherry Avenue Park is a dog-friendly 5-acre recreation area to which you are welcome to bring your dog! This space features a paved walking path, picnic tables and grills, and a dog park. Dogs must be leashed when not inside the dog park area. See Details
Crossroads at Silverbell District Park Bring Fido out to explore the dog-friendly Crossroads at Silverbell District Park in Tucson, AZ. This park has plenty of amenities like a splash pad, playground areas, a horseshoe pit, basketball courts and access to the Santa Cruz Shared Use Path. Your dog must stay leashed within the larger park, but there is a fenced dog park on site. See Details
Ann Day Community Park Bring Fido for some fun at the pet-friendly Ann Day Community Park in Tucson, AZ. This large recreation area has amenities like exercise stations, multi-use fields, playgrounds and a ramada. Your pup must stay leashed while you explore the park, but a fenced dog park is on-site. See Details
Palo Verde Park Your pup is welcome to join you at the dog-friendly Palo Verde Park in Tucson, AZ. This park has 27 acres to explore, plus amenities like tennis courts, grills, basketball courts and a playground. Fido must stay leashed while you visit the park. There is a fenced dog park on site. See Details
Star Valley Park Star Valley Park is a pet-friendly spot in Tucson, AZ. Fido is welcome to join you on their .45 multi-use path, off-leash area and at their picnic tables. A basketball court and three playgrounds are also available if you go with others. See Details
Anza Park Anza Park is a dog-friendly recreation area located in Tucson, AZ. You're welcome to bring Fido to enjoy their amenities like the dog park and picnic tables or just to relax in the open grassy area in the 4.4-acre neighborhood park. See Details
Gene C. Reid Park Explore outside with Fido at the dog-friendly Gene C. Reid Park in Tucson, AZ. This large community park has amenities like horseshoe pits, rose garden and gazebos, grills, and a pond. Please keep Fido leashed as you walk the park. There is a fenced dog park on site. See Details
Purple Heart Park Fido can join you at Purple Heart Park, a dog-friendly community spot in Tucson, AZ. This 32-acre recreation area has amenities like a walking path, splash pad, picnic tables and playgrounds. Please keep Fido leashed as you explore the park. Ivan's Spot, a fenced dog park, is also on-site. See Details
Jacobs Park Bring Fido for some fun at the dog-friendly Jacobs Park in Tucson, AZ. There are tons of amenities at this city park like soccer fields, basketball courts, horseshoe pits and picnic tables. There is also a fenced dog park located on site. See Details