Phoenix, Arizona Dog Parks
Sky Harbor International Airport, Terminal 4
Traveling pets have a place to stretch their legs, get a drink of water and even take a restroom break at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The dog park and pet rest area is located right outside of Sky Harbor's busiest terminal, Terminal 4, west end, baggage claim level. The "Bone Yard" provides a gravel area, shaped like a bone of course, where pet owners can take their companion animals for a restroom break. "Mutt Mitts" are provided for owners to clean up after their pets. The "Bone Yard" also provides two water faucets and buckets for pets that need to re-hydrate. The "Bone Yard" is shaded from the Arizona sun during day (hence no grass) and lighted at night.
Sky Harbor International Airport, Terminal 3
The "Paw Pad" is a fenced area for dogs to stretch their legs after a long flight. It offers water spigots and bowls, paw shaped decorations, “mutt mitts” for cleaning up and, of course, a red fire hydrant. Both pet parks at Sky Harbor are used also by the “working dogs” of the airport such as the TSA explosive detection canines.
Steele Indian School Park
At the northeast corner of the park you'll find a gated area, divided into two sections, one for small dogs (under 20 lbs.) and one for larger dogs. There is a drinking fountain.
PETsMART Dog Park at Washington Park
The 2.65-acre park has 6-foot-high perimeter fencing, two double-gated entrances, a water fountain, disabled-accessible sidewalks, two watering stations for dogs, benches, mutt mitt dispensers and garbage cans for dog waste. Large trees located along the perimeter of the park provide shade. There's a small area of the park that is fenced off for smaller dogs.
RJ Dog Park at Pecos Park
RJ Dog Park has two separate areas (one for larger dogs, one for smaller dogs) totaling more than 2 acres of space. Water and mutt mitt bags are available. The large dog area is lit at night, and there is a double-entry gate system.
Rose Mofford Sports Complex
This park features 2.5 acres and is divided into separate, double-gated areas for large and small dogs. There are water fountains, benches, trees, mutt mitt stations, and the park is accessible to people with disabilities.
Echo Mountain Off Leash Arena
This park features 2.3 acres of grass surface divided evenly into separately fenced areas for large dogs and smaller dogs under 20 pounds. There are mutt mitt dog waste dispensers in each area. Dog water fountains have been installed.
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