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Pecos Park

17010 South 48th Street
602-534-5252

The dog park, named for a Police service dog that died in the line of duty, is located in the southeast corner of the park.

The park features:

- Two total acres of grass surface divided into separately fenced areas for large and small dogs

- Fully fenced perimeter with double-gates

- Water fountain

- Accessible to people with disabilities

Hours: 6am to 11 daily.



Reviews

Jennifer Casillas Lopercio

Rating:
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
We meet my son's soccer team on the soccer fields. The park is well kept and there are many fields to play on. I like how organized the parking lot is. Easy directions on how to get in and out. The playground is far from the fields which I don't like. Doesn't fit my particular needs because I have younger kids with me but I still want to watch my eldest son play soccer. I would have to literally leave the field and go across the street to let the younger two play on the playground. Looks like there is a building at the end of the park that has restrooms but we have never had to use them so I cannot report on that detail.

Charlene Hardin

Rating:
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Nice, clean dog park with two good-sized runs. We went during the day and were the only pets/people there, but there seemed to be good shade, water, and space. The quiet dog and active dog pens are spaced pretty far apart. The only downside is the request to not bring children 12 and under. My kids like to go with their dogs to the parks in Scottsdale, Tempe and Gilbert. We have never had an issue with their ages. I understand the concern, but I think banning the under 12's is a bit much.

M D

Rating:
Monday, July 2, 2018
Park is great; dog park is good, but I prefer the Tempe Sports Complex set up a tad bit more. This one tends to get a bit muddy when the sprinklers have recently been used. Otherwise, it's a good park and they rotate it so it's never in poor condition.

Elana Rambow

Rating:
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Nice fields. Bugs (mosquitos) can be a like crazy in the summer. Bring bug spray. Otherwise, they are nice. No trees or shade. Bring an umbrella as well. Parking is limited during peak practice and tournament hours. Be prepared to walk a little or get there early for parking spot searching.

Branda DesChamps

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Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018
Nice park with tantalizing 360-degree views! There is a large fenced area for large dogs and a smaller fenced area for small dogs. The dog parks offer minimal shade during the day but are great early in the morning or at night. Be aware that bunnies, owls, and coyotes all inhabit the area after dark. Inside the fenced area is generally safe (unless there is a peckish owl and you have a small dog), but it is a gamble if you let them go off-leash outside of the fence and onto the tempting sports fields..

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