Main Content

Help Your Pooch Make Pals at These Great Dog Parks in Scottsdale

Help Your Pooch Make Pals at These Great Dog Parks in Scottsdale
When you move to Scottsdale with a dog, you’re on the lookout for the area’s best veterinarians, pet stores and dog parks – and fortunately, there are plenty of all of these in town. Check out this list of dogs’ favorite parks in Scottsdale to find the perfect place for your pooch to socialize and make friends.

Help Your Pooch Make Pals at These Great Dog Parks in Scottsdale

There are several dog parks in Scottsdale, and some have more amenities than others do. Check out this list to find the perfect place for your pup to play:

  • Chaparral Dog Park
  • Horizon Dog Park
  • Vista del Camino Dog Park
  • George “Doc” Cavalliere Dog Park

Here’s a closer look at each. 

Chaparral Dog Park

Chaparral Dog Park

5401 North Hayden Road
The Chaparral Dog Park is a large green space where your four-legged family member can play in the sun or shade. There are 3 acres of grass, dog water fountains and lots of play features, and the park has plenty of benches for pup-parents to relax. It’s divided into two spaces – one for active dogs and one for passive dogs.
Related: The best doggie daycares in Scottsdale

Horizon Dog Park

15444 North 100th Street
The Horizon Dog Park is a small, intimate park with a large shade structure, a doggie water fountain and even a water feature. The park closes if there’s been significant rainfall in the area (it’s prone to flooding), but it’s a great place to stop in for a quick play date.

Vista del Camino Dog Park

1700 North Granite Reef Road
Vista del Camino Dog Park is a half-acre filled with shade trees, and there are several benches for humans to relax on. You’ll find water fountains and lots of room for pups to play – just know that you should park off Pierce Street, north of McKellips Road.
Related: The insider’s guide to moving with pets

George “Doc” Cavalliere Park

27775 North Alma School Parkway
Though not specifically a dog park, there are spectacular walking trails to enjoy with your well-behaved, leashed dog in George “Doc” Cavalliere Park. Even better, the park is open from sunrise to 10:30 p.m., which means you can take your dog for a nice stroll when you’re both ready. The walking trail is a one-mile loop, which means you and your pup can get plenty of steps in while you’re visiting.

Are You Buying a Golf Course Home for Sale in Scottsdale?
If you’re selling your home and buying another one, call us at 480-405-4228 or fill out the form below to talk to a REALTOR now.
While you’re here, you can also check out:

Don Matheson
REALTOR® | Founder
The Matheson Team – RE/MAX Fine Pro

HP Get In Touch

Contact Us

    I am looking to

    Skip to content