Dog Parks (27) Restaurants (172) and Pet Friendly Places (6) where your pooch is welcome
Note: For the location and map of the parks listed below, visit the City of Albuquerque Dog Parks listing.
We recommend that you check out the “reviews” for the parks listed below. It’s always a good idea to see what others have to say to make sure the park
you’re considering is the right fit for you and your dog. These Dog Parks and reviews can be found on Fido.com
North Domingo Dog Park
Spacious park with separate large and small dog areas, plus wood chip ground cover, trees, awnings, benches, and lighting.
Los Altos Park
Dog park with separate sections for large and small dogs. Located at the corner of Eubank and I-40. It is a nice little dog park with very friendly people.
“Heads up” though — it is located along the fence line of adult softball fields. Luckily, most of the players know that if a dog gets to a ball they
hit over first, he gets to keep it. Open 6 AM to 10 PM.
Rio Grande Triangle Park
This is one of several off-leash dog parks in Albuquerque, NM. Be sure to bring water for your dog, as this location does not have a doggie water fountain.
This location is in southwest Albuquerque in between the zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden. The majority of Tingley Beach is reserved for fishing, model
boats, hiking/running, and pedal boats. The real treasure is what is hidden BEHIND the obvious. Just a few steps off the road to the southwest of the
commotion are several areas to park and hike. Dogs must be leashed at Tingley Beach.
USS Bullhead Park
This off-leash dog park in southwest Albuquerque, NM is a great treat for your furry friends. Remember to have some water on hand, as this park doesn’t
have a water supply for the dogs.
Coronado Dog Park
This off-leash dog area in Coronado park allows three furry friends per human. Puppies must be at least six months of age to enter the park. Be sure to
bring water for your dog as it is not available on site.
Westgate Dog Park
Westgate Community Dog Park is one of the less busy dog parks in Albuquerque, probably due to its location. All in all, it is a very nice park that is
well kept by the city and community.
The Paseo del Bosque Trail
The Paseo del Bosque Trail is a multi-use trail that’s a great place to walk Fido in Albuquerque! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access
to the Paseo del Bosque Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes
One of Albuquerque’s many dog parks, this off leash, no fence facility is a perfect place for your dog to run and play. But be sure to bring water for
your furry friend after playtime is over
Petroglyph National Monument
Leashed pets are welcome throughout many of the areas within Petroglyph National Monument. Dogs can join you as you explore Rinconada Canyon, Piedras Marcadas
Canyon, and the Volcanoes Day Use Area. The only areas where dogs are not allowed are the Boca Negra Canyon and inside any public buildings.
Tower Pond Park
This fenced, off-leash dog park in southwest Albuquerque allows dogs to play freely. There is no water supply available. The park is free to the public,
and open from 6am to 10pm.
Santa Fe Village Dog Park
This off-leash dog park in northwest Albuquerque is a perfect spot for Fido to play with his four-legged compadres.
Montessa Dog Park
Off Leash dog park in Albuquerque, NM. No water available here, so be sure to bring some for your pup.
Riconanda Canyon Trail
See up to 300 petroglyphs on the Rinconada trail in Petroglyph National Monument. This 2.2-mile round trip trail offers easy to moderately strenuous hiking.
Dogs must be leashed at all times. Bring plenty of water for you and your canine companion.
Sandia Crest Trail
This is a great hike located on the backside of the Sandia Mountains. It’s a short 15-30 minute drive from the beautiful city of Albuquerque. This trail
is a beginner/intermediate level hike (some steep hills) and puppy friendly! The whole hike leads to the Sandia Crest, or spend a few hours looking
for fossils (on the trail of course), and head back down! A great way to spend the morning, afternoon, or day with the people and puppies you love
most. Make sure to bring water in your car as there is no potable water nearby.
Tom Bolack Urban Forest Park
This off-leash park features on fenced in area for little and big dogs to play together. Humans have access to a water spigot to fill dog bowls on hot
Petroglyph National Monument
Multiple hiking trails varying in length with ancient petroglyphs etched into the rocks. There is no fee to enter the National Park, but there is one trail
that has a parking fee, but that trail DOES NOT allow dogs. Watch out for snakes and bring plenty of water!
Canine Skyline Dog Park
This dog park is one big space for little pups and big pups alike. Fenced-in, feel free to allow your four-legged friend off leash.
Bud Warren and Lady Dog Park
Named after a beloved local crossing guard (Bud Warren) buried with his Labrador Retriever (Lady), this fenced-in dog park covers about two and a half
acres of land. Fido can expend some energy on the on-site agility course situated in this location dotted with native flowers. The park also features
a small dog area.
Ouray Dog Park
Let your pooch frolic freely in this off-leash fenced dog park.
The Trails Dog Park
Off-leash park located in the Trails Community Park with a wood chip surface, water spigot, shade trees, and benches.
Rainbow Dog Park
Your pet will love to run off-leash at this fenced dog park with separate small dog area, dog and human drinking fountains, and crushed grave ground cover
to reduce mud.
Rio Vista Dog Park
Dogs are welcome to join their humans at Rio Vista Park and Dog Park. Park features include basketball courts, BBQ grills, a skate park, picnic tables,
a playground, shade structures, and a walking path. Dogs are permitted off leash in the dog park but must be leashed at all times in all other areas
of the park.
Rio Rancho Sports Complex and Dog Park
Dogs are welcome to enjoy Rio Rancho Sports Complex and Dog Park with their humans. Park features include baseball and softball fields, a playground, picnic
tables, drinking fountains, a skate park, walking paths, and two tennis courts. Dogs may be off leash in the dog park but must be leashed in all other
areas of the park at all times.
Havasu Park and Dog Park
Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans throughout Havasu Park. This nearly 8-acre park features BBQ grills, picnic tables, drinking fountains, basketball
courts, shade structure, walking path and playground. For off-leash fun, Havasu Park has a dog park where Fido can enjoy getting to know other pups
Star Heights Park
Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans at Star Heights Park. Park features include volleyball courts, a skate park, basketball courts, a playground,
picnic tables, and drinking fountains. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
Mountain View Park
Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans throughout Mountain View Park and there is also an off-leash area where they can romp with their friends,
human and canine. Features of this 20-acre park include BBQ grills, picnic tables, a playground, a shade structure, a skate park, and trails.
Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Albuquerque, NM
There are 172 pet friendly restaurants in Albuquerque, NM that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables. Need help deciding where to eat? Check out these
listings for a detailed description of each restaurant, along with pictures and reviews from other dog owners who’ve eaten there. Bone appetite!
Located at the intersection of Uptown and Q Street (just north of Indian School Rd.) The outdoor mall in Uptown Albuquerque allows you to stroll and shop
with your pet. Several of the stores including The Gap, Anthropologie, and The Apple Store allow dogs on leash inside.
Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome to join their humans on this 85-minute narrated tour of ABQ aboard an open-air trolley. Tours depart from Historic
Old Town. Periodic closures occur throughout the season. For specific closure information, visit the ABQ Trolley Co. website.
Bookworks is pet-friendly and offers a selection of books so vast even the most avid reader will find something unexpected! Bring your pup along to browse
for a new read or shop for an old favorite. Shopping at this independent bookstore means you and Fido are supporting local!
Three Dog Bakery
Fido will love a fresh-baked, all-natural, human quality dog cake from this bakery on his birthday! Stop by and you will also find a variety of bowls,
leashes, and other supplies.
History & Ghost Tours of Old Town
Tours of Old Town specializes in informative, interesting and entertaining outdoor walking tours which share a wide variety of interesting trivia and historical
facts in the heart of the Duke City. Leashed Pets are welcome on all tours!
Antique Specialty Mall
Peruse 17,000 sq. ft. of antiques and collectibles for your shopping pleasure. All pets are welcome provided they are leashed. Water bowls and treats are
available for all friendly dogs.