Las Vegas Dog Parks–4 Legged Friendly
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I am a dog lover. When I moved to Las Vegas in 1997 I thought I had died and gone to doggy heaven. I could not believe all the fantastic off-leash parks in my wonderful new home town. Simply put, Las Vegas Dog Parks are the bomb. A dream come true for Sin City dog lovers.
Most of these dog-friendly grassy paradises are divided into sections for different sizes of dogs. Bruiser, the giant Mastiff does not get a chance to trample Princess, the diminutive Miniature Poodle. The dogs can run free, chase balls and Frisbees, and playfully wrestle with each other. Dogs, and owners alike, love the opportunity to congregate, socialize and have fun.
Some Las Vegas Dog Parks for you and your Best Friend
Desert Breeze Dog Park
Location: Spring Mountain and Durango
This is the first Las Vegas Dog Park I ever went to so it holds a special little place in my heart. It is sectioned into three divisions for the large, medium, and small dogs. Two legged attendees have tables and benches to relax while their pooches make new friends and get some exercise.
Centennial Hills Dog Park
Location: Elkhorn Road and North Buffalo Drive
This dog-friendly and off-leash park has two areas divided for the large and small furry friends. Many Centennial Hills residents love to congregate here. It is a great place to socialize for both dogs and owners.
Barkin’ Basin Dog Park at Wayne Bunker Park
Location: Alexander Road and Tenaya Way
Small and large dogs are segregated here. The fenced in area has benches, drinking fountains, trees, and water spigots.
Location: South Buffalo and West Oakey Boulevard
This park is managed by the City of Las Vegas and has one area for all dogs.
Silverado Ranch Dog Park
Location: Gillespie and East Flamingo Road
Smaller dogs have their own area here. There are lights for night use, water spigots, and benches.
Jaycee Dog Park
Location: East St. Louis Avenue and South Atlantic Street
Two separate enclosures are fenced for your dog’s delight.
Desert Inn Dog Park
Location: 3570 Vista del Monte
This Clark County park has water spigots and seating for you and your best friend.
Location: 2601 East Sunset Road
Sunset Park is a popular park with an area just for the dogs at the south end. We’ve heard it’s great for people watching too!
Woofter Dog Park
Location: Rock Springs and Vegas Drive
This pun not intended fenced park has two areas for the small and large size dogs.
Buffalo Sports Park
Location: 7599 Washington Avenue
It’s BYOW (bring your own water) here. Another great park for the four-legged friends.
Dog Fanciers Park
Location: 5800 E Flamingo Road
The name says it all. Set your dog free at this designated area provided for your enjoyment.
Police Memorial Dog Park
Location: Metro Academy and West Cheyenne
Your dog will have a blast at this fenced park. Small dogs are separate from the big dogs. They have benches, drinking water, and lots of grass.
Shadow Rock Dog Park
Location: 2650 Los Feliz
You’ll find some great shade at this park. It has trees, benches, shade shelters, and water.
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