Dog Friendly Activities in Arizona

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Arizona, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other places to play with Fido.

Pet Friendly Pima Air & Space Museum
Pima Air & Space Museum Bring Fido along on your visit to the dog-friendly Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, AZ. Your dog will love the chance to join you on a leash as you explore the 80 acres of the museum. There are over 400 aircraft and spacecraft through six hangars to explore. Although dogs are not allowed on the AMARG tour or tram tour, they can stay with a staff member while you enjoy the tour. See Details
Pet Friendly Sedona Red Rock Adventures
Sedona Red Rock Adventures Sedona Red Rock Adventures is your premier guide to the red rocks of Sedona and beyond, where all tours are dog friendly. Based in Sedona, AZ, this company welcomes Fido on your adventure and may even bring their company guide dog if they get along! See their website to learn how to get 10% off your tour for bringing your furry companion! See Details
Sedona Dog Park Located at the corner of Soldier's Pass Rd and Carruth Dr, the Sedona Dog Park in Sedona, AZ, offers separate areas for large and small dogs, water stations, benches, and a large shade structure. Dogs must have current vaccinations to use this park. The park is closed Thursdays mornings from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM for cleaning and sanitizing. See Details
A Day in the West Jeep Tours Fido is welcome to join you on a scenic four-wheel-drive tour offered by A Day In The West Jeep Tours in Sedona, AZ. You and your pup can choose from dog-friendly, private, guided tours in and around the Coconino National Forest, including the Diamondback Gulch Jeep Tour, which takes you to famous rock formations like the Capitol Butte, Chimney Rock and Doe Mesa. See Details
McDowell Sonoran Preserve You and Fido are sure to enjoy McDowell Sonoran Preserve in Scottsdale, AZ, which provides plenty of dog-friendly activities. Popular hiking trails include Lost Dog Wash Trailhead and Kovach Family Nature Trail, each one a short half mile walk amongst towering saguaros and barrel cactuses. More adventurous hikers can explore Sunrise Trail East, a steep, rocky trail from which you can enjoy expansive views of Sunrise Peak. Please clean up after your dog and keep them on a leash at all times. See Details
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
Cattail Cove State Park More than 2,000 dog-friendly acres of natural wonderland await you and your pup at Cattail Cove State Park in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Relax, hike, bird-watch, enjoy the dog park, or have a picnic at this beautiful park on Lake Havasu. Fido must be leashed at all times on the trails, but may be off-leash at the designated dog beach. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the developed beaches for human use. See Details
Montezuma Castle National Monument Montezuma Castle National Monument is a pet-friendly attraction in Camp Verde, AZ. Pets are welcome on the paved trails but must remain on a leash under six feet. Please pack accordingly, as the park hits extreme temperatures. Never leave your pup in the car or tied up anywhere when visiting, but be sure to sign Fido up to be a Bark Ranger! See Details
Hops on Birch Hops on Birch, located in Flagstaff, AZ, is a casual establishment serving beverages in a variety that is sure to please any palate. Fido is welcome to join you at one of their pet-friendly tables inside or outside while you try an Irish Stout, a Kombucha Lavender, a Grapefruit Hard Cider or even a Bourbon-Aged Dark Ale. See Details
Thunderbird Conservation Park Thunderbird Conservation Park, a 1,185-acre park in the Hedgpeth Hills, is a conservation area dedicated to preserving the desert environment in Glendale, AZ. It is pet-friendly and park activities include picnicking, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, jogging and bird watching. About 15 miles of multi-use, dog-friendly trails have been constructed, thanks to the efforts of many volunteer groups. See Details
Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery Oak Creek Vineyard & Winery is a dog-friendly establishment in Cornville, AZ. They offers wine tastings for humans and a big bowl of water for Fido on the outdoor patio. Visitors can also enjoy cheese plates and almonds grown on the property. See Details
Smiling Dog Ranch Dog Park Smiling Dog Ranch Dog Park is a nice, roomy place to bring Fido in Tucson, AZ. Some amenities include double entry gates for security, a doggie fountain and a ramada to provide shade. This park is conveniently located within the larger George Mehl Family Foothills Park. See Details
Wine Tours of Sedona Wine Tours of Sedona is a dog-friendly company in Sedona, AZ. They offer a unique experience through customized tours designed to meet your interests, palate and desires with your furry friend. All tours include wine-tasting fees, and customers can have lunch, dinner, charcuterie plates and even artisan chocolate. They also provide a discount for those traveling with Fido! See Details
Buckskin Mountain State Park Buckskin Mountain State Park is a dog-friendly recreation area in Parker, AZ. Bring Fido along to see the stunning views of the Colorado River along the Parker strip, an 18-mile stretch between Parker Dam and Headgate Dam. Mountains line the river on both the Arizona and California sides, and the wildlife is as varied as the recreational opportunities along the river. Dogs must be leashed at all times and are welcome on the campgrounds for no additional fee. See Details
Good Enough Mine Tour Bring Fido on a dog-friendly walking tour of the restored 1878 Good Enough Mine in Tombstone, AZ. This mine was discovered by the town founder, Ed Schieffelin. You'll travel underground to see what silver mining was like in the late 1800s. Guided, dog-friendly tours last about 45 minutes. Admission charges apply. See Details
Papago Park Dogs are welcome to join you on the trails at the pet-friendly Papago Park in Phoenix. AZ. Enjoy the Sonoran Desert habitat and the sandstone buttes that set this park apart from the other natural attractions in the area. The trails are generally known to be easy treks with little elevation gain, making it the perfect place for families or beginner hikers. Pets must be leashed at all times. See Details
Lost Dutchman State Park With a variety of trails to choose from, several of which lead into the Superstition Wilderness, you and your pup will find plenty of dog-friendly hiking trails to enjoy at Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, AZ. Some of the guided hikes also permit dogs to join the fun. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Petrified Forest National Park Get a glimpse of ancient history at the Petrified Forest National Park. Hike the many trails, enjoy the vistas provided by scenic overlooks, or go backpacking in the wilderness area with your favorite furry friend. Pets must be leashed whenever they are outside of a vehicle. They are permitted in all areas of the park except for buildings and areas closed to the public. Park officials do ask that pets not be permitted to interact with wildlife or investigate dead animals, nests, or burrows. See Details
Little Horse Trail No. 61 Bring Fido to the dog-friendly Little Horse Trail No. 61 in Sedona, AZ. Leashed pups are welcome to join you on this trail, where you'll both be surrounded by the familiar red rock that Arizona is famed for. This 3.4-mile out-and-back trail is for all levels of hiker. Red Rock Pass or America the Beautiful Pass is required to park at the trailhead. See Details
Boyce Thompson Arboretum Boyce Thompson Arboretum is a dog-friendly arboretum and botanical garden in Superior, AZ. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet, controlled, and picked up after. There are water bowls located throughout the gardens. The arboretum is open year-round, and there is a daily admission fee. See Details