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Phoenix Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

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Awesome 3800' Private Villa for 10 in Central Phoenix. Super Unique!!! Pet FriendlyProperty Photos IncludedCredit Cards AcceptedOnline Availability CalendarHot Tub AvailableInternet Access Available

4 Bedrooms   3 Bathrooms   Sleeps 10

Modern, Luxury Townhome at Patio 71 in the Beautiful Biltmore Gardens Pet FriendlyOnline Availability CalendarHot Tub AvailableInternet Access Available

2 Bedrooms   1 Bathroom   Sleeps 4

Rare 3 Bedroom - Great for Families or Couples Sharing Pet FriendlyCredit Cards AcceptedOnline Availability CalendarHot Tub AvailableInternet Access Available

3 Bedrooms   2 Bathrooms   Sleeps 8

Stunning Ultra-Contemporary Guesthouse in Downtown Phoenix Pet FriendlyOnline Availability CalendarInternet Access Available

1 Bedroom   1 Bathroom   Sleeps 2-3

The Raven - Remodeled & Furnished Phoenix, Arizona Golf Condo Pet FriendlyCredit Cards AcceptedOnline Availability CalendarHot Tub AvailableInternet Access Available

2 Bedrooms   2 Bathrooms   Sleeps 4

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About Phoenix
Phoenix is a pet-friendly town, currently has around a dozen vacation rentals and one Bed and Breakfast in the Phoenix area.

Phoenix Off Leash Dog Parks.

PetsMart Pecos Park Dog Park - 48th Street.
PetsMart Washington Park Dog Park - 21st Avenue

Phoenix Dog Friendly Parks

Camelback Mountain - Cholla Lane. Website:
Sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump draw thousands of hikers to Camelback Mountain each year. Hiking to the top is not for beginning hikers, though. The main two summit trails are strenuous climbs over sometimes-tricky trails. Some easier trails allow close-up exploration around Camelback's base. Wherever you go, be prepared for crowds -- limited parking can mean a substantial wait for a spot at these busy trailheads. Dogs must be leashed.

North Mountain Area - 7th Street. Website:
At 2,104 feet, North Mountain is a landmark Phoenix peak in its own right -- a trek to the summit offers panoramic views of the city. But the North Mountain area offers more than summit climbs; an array of trails of all levels of difficulty offers something for everybody. Dogs must be leashed.

Papago Park - Galvin Parkway. Website:
Trails range from .1 mile to 4 files, and all are rated easy. Dogs must be leashed.

Reach 11 Recreation Area - Cave Creek Road. Website:
Reach 11 Recreation Area is a 1,500-acre City of Phoenix, Parks and Recreation district park. The recreation area is approximately 7 miles long and less than 1/2 mile wide. The park runs east and west along the north side of the CAP canal. There are 18 miles of seven foot wide, groomed, multi-use trails that bisect the entire park. The trails meander through a unique xeroriparian desert landscape that is abundant with native vegetation and wildlife. Common plants associated with this habitat include; mesquite, palo verde, acacia, hackberry, desert broom and ironwood. Common wildlife species include; gamble’s quail, morning dove, cottontail rabbit, coyote, and javelina. Dogs must be leashed.

South Mountain Park -10919 S. Central Avenue. Website:
At over 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is referred to as the largest municipal park in the country. It boasts 58 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels skills. Dogs must be leashed.

Squaw Peak/Dreamy Draw Area - Squaw Peak Drive. Website:
Surrounding the base of 2,608-foot Piestewa Peak, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Park are gateways into diverse desert that offers everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys. Thousands of hikers each year hike the popular -- and grueling -- trail to the summit of Piestewa Peak. But you don't have to fight crowds to enjoy the area -- the area boasts dozens of miles of trails that allow you to enjoy the glory of the Sonoran Desert in relative solitude. Dogs must be leashed.

Phoenix Outdoor Pet Friendly Restaurants

Aunt Chilada's - 7330 N. Dreamy Draw Drive Website:
Baja Fresh Mexican Grill - 1615 E Camelback Rd Ste F. Website:
Baja Fresh Mexican Grill - 430 East Bell Rd. Website:
Baja Fresh Mexican Grill - 50 N. Central Ave Website:
Bamboo Club - 2596 E. Camelback Rd. Website:
Christopher's Fermier Brasserie - 2584 E. Camelback Rd. Website:
Coffee Plantation - 2468 E. Camelback Rd.
Duck and Decanter - 1651 East Camelback Road Website:
Haagen-Dazs - 2454 E. Camelback Rd.
Honey Baked Ham and Co and Cafe - 4635 E Cactus Road
Juice Works - 10895 North Tatum Boulevard
NYPD Pizza - 1949 E Camelback Rd Website:
Rock Bottom Brewary and Restaurant - 14205 S 50th St Website:
Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill - 4340 E. Indian School Rd., Ste. 1 Website:
Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill - 4747 East Bell Road #17 Website:
Sam's Cafe - 2566 E. Camelback Rd. Website:
The Capital Grille - 2502 E. Camelback Rd. Website:
The Farm at South Mountain - 6106 S 32nd St. Website:
Vintage Market - 2442 B East Camelback Rd.
Wild Oats Natural Marketplace - 3933 E. Camelback Rd. Website:
Willow House - 149 W Mcdowell Rd

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