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Scottsdale - Chaparral Park's Off Leash Area

5401 North Hayden Road

As a part of the greenbelt, Chaparral shares a recreation path system that is ideal for running, walking, biking, and rollerblading.

Chaparral Park's Off Leash Area is 4 acres with 3 acres of grass.


Park: Sunrise - 10:30pm

Off Leash Area: 

 - 6:00am to 10pm  November 1 - April 30

 - 5:30am to 10pm  May 1 - October 31


Jacob Cross

Monday, April 9, 2018
Best dog park in the East Valley! They have an active dog area and passive dog area. They actually have 3 sections, but only use 2 at a time so that the unused area can be reconditioned. 90% of the dogs in the active dog area are well-behaved, but like anywhere you go there are going to be some trouble-makers. Usually the worse thing you have deal with is an oblivious owner not watching as their dog tries to mount the unwilling.

rob windsor

Thursday, March 29, 2018
We had a great time with our pup Samson. There is plenty of room for running and throwing frisbee or balls. There's also a water fountain just for dogs which was a nice touch. There are two sides for active or passive dogs. It's huge and clean. We'll be making this a part of our play!

Brittany Bottie

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Great dog park! The nicest one I've found so far. They have a passive and active side and most people follow the idea of putting their passive dogs on the passive side and active dogs on the active side. It's also very clean!

Riley Bishop

Thursday, March 29, 2018
Great dog park, probably the best in town. 3 parks, 2 for active 1 for smaller or older dogs. They rotate them out to allow the 3rd area to replenish its grass. Water stations in each, as well as play structures in the active side. Watch out after a rain, because of it's location in the Scottsdale Greenbelt, it is a designated run off area and tends to flood. 95% of the time it is awesome though!

judy bourne

Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018
Good dog park. Both dogs enjoy the space. Owners are attentive to their animals & most pick up after their fur babies. We go in the active dog area (even though one of my dogs would probably prefer the passive dog area). Great for them to run around especially since we do the condo-life when we are in AZ.

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