Off-Leash Dog Parks in Fountain Hills, AZ

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Fountain Hills, 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 Fountain Hills.

Pet Friendly Dog Park at Desert Vista Park
Dog Park at Desert Vista Park One of the town’s most used amenities is the Off-Leash Recreational Facility, or Dog Park at Desert Vista Park. The Dog Park is a 3-acre fenced facility that allows pet owners the opportunity to let their dogs run free. Dogs must be licensed and have proper vaccinations. The Dog Park is divided into two fenced areas, one for larger dogs and the other for smaller canines. The large / active dog area can be accessed from entrances on either Tower Drive or Desert Vista. The small / passive dog area can only be accessed from Tower Drive. See Details
Pet Friendly Quail Run Dog Park
Quail Run Dog Park Quail Run Dog Park offers separately fenced areas for timid dogs and more active dogs along with benches and water fountains for humans and pups. The dog park is closed on Thursdays and daily from 12pm -1pm for cleaning. See Details
Cosmo Dog Park Cosmo Dog Park has three sections: one area for small or timid dogs, one area with agility equipment, and one area with a pond and "beach" that dogs can enjoy. Water hoses are available for cleaning up your pup after her romp. Off-leash areas (active, beach, and timid) are closed for maintenance every Tuesday from 5:30 am-12:00 pm. See Details
Tempe Sports Complex Dog Park This is considered the best of Tempe's many off-leash dog parks, a popular spot is a large, fenced area with lovely grass, gravel, and picnic tables. See Details
Paradise Valley Dog Park This park is located at 40th Street between Bell Road and Union Hills Drive. This dog park features: 2.4 acres of grass, two ramadas, tables and benches, drinking fountains, and two separate areas for large and small dogs with double gates. See Details
Chaparral Park This wonderful dog park has separate areas for passive dogs and active dogs, no matter what their size. This 4-acre dog park has 3 acres of grass, water fountains, play features, and seating. Dog owners are welcome to bring chairs, too, as long as they take them with them when leaving. See Details
Countryside Park Off-Leash Area The off-leash area at Countryside Park includes separately fenced areas for timid dogs and active dogs, park benches, and water fountains for humans and canines. The Countryside Park Off-Leash Area is closed on Tuesdays and daily from 12pm -1pm for maintenance. See Details
Papago Bark Park at Papago Park There is a fenced, off-leash dog park within lovely Papago park, which also has picnic tables, pond, playground and restrooms. See Details
Dog Park at Crossroads Park The dog park at Crossroad's Park has two separately-fenced areas for active and timid dogs, partial lighting for night use on the south end, human and doggie drinking fountains, tables, benches, shaded areas, and waste disposal stations. See Details
Vista del Camino Dog Park Humans and their canine friends can enjoy off-leash playtime at Vista del Camino Dog Park. This half-acre park offers water stations, benches, and shade trees. Leashed dogs are also welcome throughout the larger Vista del Camino Park. Parking for the dog park is available off Pierce Street. See Details
Horizon Dog Park Horizon Dog Park is a small off-leash area located on the far west end of Horizon Park. Features include a large shade structure, human and canine water fountains, and a water feature to control the dust. The park is prone to flooding after rain. The dog park is closed Thursdays from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm for maintenance. See Details
Eldorado Park Spend an afternoon at Eldorado Park in Scottsdale, Arizona, which spans over sixty acres with something for everyone in the family. Take Fido for a walk along the greenbelt walking path around the lake. Let the human children play on the playground or go for a dip in the pool. Watch a game of soccer on the recreation fields and then stop for a family picnic at one of the picnic areas. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Mitchell Dog Park This securely-fenced area is one of Tempe's five off-leash dog parks, and also includes grassy areas, shade trees, benches and picnic tables. See Details
Shawnee Park A spacious park with a fenced-in agility course that can also be used as a private area for nervous or small dogs. The park features pooper-scoopers, doggy drinking fountains, tunnel, a hurdle, and the park is surrounded by 6-foot high chain link fence with one main entrance so dogs can't escape unleashed. The park is closed on Tuesdays for maintenance. See Details
Tempe Beach Park Leashed dogs are welcome at Tempe Beach Park, which borders Tempe Town Lake and features five miles of jogging, biking, and walking trails, picnic tables, grills, and ramadas, and restrooms. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Jaycee Dog Park Tempe is known for its proliferation of off-leash dog parks, including this fenced one near 5th Street. Restrooms and playground nearby. See Details
Creamery Park Once the location of the Borden Milk Company, Creamery Park contains a small fenced area where dogs can play. Water fountains and waste bag dispensers are available. See Details
Mountain View Park A trip to Mountain View Park in Scottsdale, Arizona is fun for the whole family, including Fido. Sports fans can enjoy the facilities for basketball, tennis, sand volleyball, and soccer, all of which have adequate lighting for play even after the sun begins to set. Children will love the playground and your dog will love the grassy areas. After you’ve all had your fun, sit down for a picnic at one of the shaded picnic tables. The park is set on nearly thirty acres of land and has plenty of parking. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Esteban Dog Park BringFido to play at the Petsmart Dog Park at Esteban Park. There is plenty of room for him to play and meet new friends. The park is fully-fenced and has double gates at the entrance for safety. See Details
Kiwanis Recreation Center Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy time at the Kiwanis Recreation Center in Tempe, Arizona, which has over 54,000 square feet of recreation facilities. While dogs are only allowed in the outdoor park, humans can enjoy a fitness center, wave pool, gymnasium, basketball and tennis courts, and batting range. Outside, you and Fido can stroll around the park or stop for a picnic at one of the shaded picnic ramadas. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
The Barking Bodega The Barking Bodega is pet-friendly. Combining the joys of farm-to-table food with the fun of a fenced park, this Tempe hangout is the place to be for the canine community. Daily memberships start at $9.95, monthly memberships are $36.95 and annual memberships are $350. The Barking Bodega is open Tuesday through Sunday from 6am to 10am and 6pm to 10pm. See Details
Pinnacle Dog Park Pinnacle Dog Park is pet-friendly. Unleash your pooch in this fenced space in Phoenix to play freely with other pups in this three acre park that features separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, and a third section that can be rotated into use when other areas need to be closed for maintenance. Amenities also include shade trees, turf and decomposed granite surfaces, drinking fountains, benches and LED lighting. Pinnacle Dog Park is open every day of the week from 5:30am to 11:00pm. See Details
Clark Park Clark Park is pet-friendly. Located on ten acres, this neighborhood gathering spot is home to a lovely fenced space. The dog park is covered in grass, making it a great location for an afternoon game of fetch. On hotter days, visitors can cool off under the shade of the park's trees. Afterwards, take a stroll on the parks paved trails with your leashed pooch. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details