Apache Junction Dutchman Dog Park
The City of Apache Junction has considered and planned for the development of an off-leash dog park in our community for over 10 years; however, funding was historically a challenge. In recent years, efforts were re-vitalized when the City partnered with Arizona State University Project Cities to evaluate interest, funding, and logistics. The Parks and Recreation Commission and the Apache Junction City Council identified a cost-effective, central location in the downtown area, at the Pinal County Complex located on the SE corner of Superstition Blvd. and Idaho Rd. The new dog park, which began construction in August, has separate fenced areas for varying sizes of dogs, grass, water stations, solar lighting, shade and seating. We are currently seeking grants, donations and corporate partners that may be interested in contributing to the funding of this project. If you have questions or are interested in getting involved with one of our citizen groups, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dogs must be registered and have current vaccinations, tags must be visible. For information on Apache Junction Animal Control click here.
Dog Park Areas
Our largest area at the park is for active dogs and dogs who are comfortable around all types of dogs. Expect other dogs to want to play or check out your dog when you are visiting this space.
Palo Verde Area
In the middle of the dog park, this space is for passive or timid dogs. While we expect to see mostly smaller dogs here, some larger dogs can be quite shy too. As long as they are not aggressive or overly playful, this is a good space for them as well.
Reservations? Yes Please!