Looking for a place in Tucson to take your dog out to run and play with other pooches? Here are our top picks for Best Dog Parks in Tucson.
1. Brandi Fenton Memorial Park
Located in the Tucson’s Catalina Foothills, Brandi Fenton Memorial Park is a wonderful place for the whole family, especially if you have dogs. In addition to the play ground, soccer field, basketball courts, and a splash pad for kids (open from April to October), Brandi Fenton Memorial Park has a dog park with sections for both small dogs under 30 lbs. and large dogs over 30 lbs.
2. Miko’s Corner Playground at Reid Park
With flexible hour of operation from 7 AM to 10 PM, Miko’s Corner Playground makes it convenient to exercise your dog whenever you have free time. They have separate sections separating large dogs from small dogs, plenty of shade from the trees, several double gated entries, dog friendly fountains, and a ramada with tables underneath. Miko’s Corner is named after a Tucson PD K-9 who lost his life in the line of duty.
3. Purple Heart Dog Park – Ivan’s Spot
Also named after a Tucson PD K-9 that was killed in the line of duty, Ivan’s Spot is a newer park with one acre worth of play space split between the large dog section and the small dog section. It’s a landscaped park with benches, shade, and dog friendly drinking fountains. The park also has hours of 7 AM to 10 PM, and there are solar lights for when you and your pooch go to play after dark!
4. Udall Park Dog Park
With an acre of land, all dogs can come to Udall Park to play and socialize. There are separate sections for small dogs ands large dogs. The park is spacious enough for everyone to run freely. Udall Park has benches for the humans and waste bins and dog friendly water fountains. A bonus about this dog park is the wonderful view of the Catalina Mountains!
5. Flowing Wells Dog Park
Flowing Wells Dog Park is one of Tucson’s hidden gems. Located a bit out from the city center, Flowing Wells is a spacious and grassy dog park with plenty of space for your dog to roam free. Since not many people have heard of Flowing Wells, it’s quite and serene. Your dog will be able to fetch for days with you, or just run and romp around in the grass.