Here’s a list, in no particular order, the five best dog parks in Las Vegas:
Clark County Dog Fancier’s Park - 5800 E. Flamingo Road
This park offers five separate dog run areas, all enclosed. One of the areas is big enough for the dogs to run around with reckless abandon. There is no small dog area designated, so small dog owners might want to assess the company before letting Giant, the chihuahua, off the leash. There are trees to relax under, for dogs and owners, to get out of the summer heat.
Kellogg-Zaher Sports Complex Dog Park - 7901 W. Washington Ave.
Three dog runs, one just for smaller dogs, are the highlight of the park. There’s a water fountain for dogs and owners. There’s also some shade to hide under for those really hot desert days.
Bark Park at Heritage Park - 350 S. Racetrack Road
This 5-acre park has dog runs, an agility course, and even a splash pad that’s open until September 30 for the dogs to get wet and crazy. Barkules, the 6-foot tall mascot in the center of the park is visible from everywhere and there for the kids and dogs to play on. This is a great place for socialization and fun.
Craig Ranch Regional Park - 628 W. Craig Road
Craig Ranch has three dogs runs. There’s one for big dogs and one for the little dogs to get off the leash and play. Lots of grass and benches for dog owners to meet and enjoy each other's company. This North Las Vegas park is a pooch favorite!
Desert Breeze Park - 8275 Spring Mountain Road
Just seven miles from the strip (for those dogs that need to get back to the craps table), three enclosed dog runs make it a perfect place for dogs to get the wolf out. There are water taps, trees, and benches, the perfect place for owners and dogs alike to Zen out with fun.
Las Vegas is a great dog city and these parks are just part of the fun to be had for dogs and their humans.