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Dog Parks and Dog Friendly Parks
Dog Park Locations by Name:
Havasu Park   3535 Havasu Falls Street NE  no water available 
High Range Park 1901 40th Street water available
Los Montoyas Park 3701 Camino de Los Montoyas no water available
Mountain View Park 6441 Grayson Hills Dr NE no water available
Rainbow Park 301 Southern Blvd. SE water available
RR Sports Complex 3501 High Resort Blvd. water available
Rio Vista Park 1670 Riverside Dr. NE no water available

Dog Friendly (Leash Required) Developed Park Locations by Name:
Vista Sandia Park   100 Parkside Rd. SE  no water available

Dog Park Rules
ALL Dogs must be micro-chipped
Dogs over age 6 months must be altered
ALL animals must be licensed if living in City limits with tags displayed on a collar


Park users and dog owners assume all risk related to dog park use

Parks Hours - 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Dog owners/handlers must have a leash in their possession at all times.

Dogs must be kept on a leash until inside the double-gated entry. Enter the first gate with the leash on and remove it prior to entering the second gate. Do the reverse when leaving.

Dogs must be under voice control and in sight of owners/handlers at all times.

Any dog exhibiting aggressive behavior must be leashed and removed immediately.

Owners must clean up and properly dispose of waste left by their dog(s).

Puppies using the park must be older than six (6) months.

Limit of three (3) dogs per person per visit.

Owners must cover any holes their dogs dig.

Non-neutered male dogs and female dogs in heat shall not be permitted in the off-leash dog exercise area.

Children under the age of 12 are not allowed inside the off-leash dog exercise area unless accompanied by an adult. Parents must refrain from bringing toddlers and small children to the dog park and at no time be allowed to run with, or chase after dogs in the park.

No food or drinks allowed within the fenced area.

Each owner/handler is legally and financially responsible for the actions of their dog in the off-leash exercise area.

All undeveloped parks, trails, and open spaces are available for pet owners to bring their dogs, as long as the dogs are on a leash, kept under control, and the dog's waste is removed and properly disposed.