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The Best Places to Enjoy Your Best Friend in Vegas

If you love your dog as much as most dog owners do, one of the first things you’re looking for, after moving to Las Vegas, is an excellent dog park. Here are some of the top choices in the city.

Dog in the Park

Kellogg-Zaher Sports Complex Dog Park

This leash-free dog park is found in Summerlin is huge. This is one of the best recreational areas in the city and provides a great place for dogs. It’s free and closes by 9pm every night.

All American Dog Park

This may not be the biggest and best park in the world, but it’s a great place for those looking for a place to play with their dog. It’s found on South Buffalo Drive and it’s free to use.

Desert Breeze Dog Park

Found in the southern part of Summerlin, this beautiful dog park is a favorite for many locals. It’s fenced and very large with three sections for small, medium and large dogs. This is an excellent place to take your dog and even the kids. With plenty of benches, lights and gazebos, you can enjoy the park from 6am to 11pm daily.

Centennial Hills Dog Park

A northern Summerlin park, this is a great place for you and your dog. It’s very popular and often crowded, but it does have an area for large dogs and one for small dogs. The park is free to use and open from 7am to 11pm.

Bark Park at Heritage Park

Found in Henderson, this is a great dog park for those looking to enjoy time with their best friend. It provides five acres of space and is one of the largest dog parks in the area. With many hidden nooks and crannies, dogs and have all kinds of fun exploring here. This park is free to use and open from 6am to 10pm daily.