Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Arizona has pet friendly attractions that you can experience with your four-legged kids! Since life’s journey is best shared with a pet, don’t leave them behind when taking in the attractions in AZ. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in Arizona that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Arizona

Lake Havasu City, Arizona
The London Bridge, originally built in 1831 to get Londoners across the Thames River in England, was dismantled in the 1960s and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. This popular tourist attraction welcomes leashed pets!
Apache Junction, Arizona
Lost Dutchman State Park has a variety of trails to choose from, so you and your pup are sure to enjoy hiking here! The park offers guided hikes as well, some of which are pet-friendly. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
Tubac, Arizona
At Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, you and your dog can explore the historic Tubac area and get a glimpse into the past. Dogs must be on a 6-foot leash at all times and are not permitted in any buildings except the visitor center and picnic area.
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
You and your dog will love hiking on the scenic nature trails at Lake Havasu State Park! Dogs must be leashed at all times and are not allowed on the beach.
Gilbert, Arizona
The pet-friendly Wildhorse Ranch Rescue hosts highly entertaining music events from October through May, and there is also an indoor art gallery to enjoy. Dogs are always welcome and receive free gifts when they visit! All proceeds from the events wi...
Phoenix, Arizona
Dogs are welcome to join you on the pet-friendly trails at Papago Park. Enjoy the Sonoran Desert Habitat and the sandstone buttes that set Papago Park apart from the other natural attractions in the Phoenix area. The trails in Papago Park are general...
Tombstone, Arizona
Gleeson was once a copper mining town of about 500 people, but it has now become a ghost town with only a few remaining residents. Step back in time to explore the hospital, a saloon/store, the jail, the school, and the cemetery. Leashed dogs are all...
Tucson, Arizona
The Tucson Botanical Gardens are open on Tuesdays in the summer months (May-September). You and your dog can wander through five and a half gorgeous acres of lush greenery, shady paths and beautiful blooming cacti, succulents, annuals and perennia...
Sedona, Arizona
Slide Rock State Park, located just outside of Sedona, Arizona, is a 43-acre park in Oak Creek Canyon. This site gets its name from slippery rocks that form a slick natural water chute. Visitors have been coming to this park to swim for generations. ...
Winslow, Arizona
You will have a unique opportunity to learn more about the Hopi at Homolovi State Park. Currently a research center for archaeologists, this state park offers trails, museums, picnic areas, camping, scenic pullouts, and more, all of which can be enjo...