Santa Fe’s Best Dog Parks
The best known dog park in Santa Fe, might be Frank S Ortiz Dog Park.
Location: 160 Camino de Las Crucitas, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Open until 10 pm nightly.
Pros: A big parking area and a huge open lot where the dogs can run and play. Almost always a volunteer has supplied water for the pups. In addition to what first meets the eye, the park consists of 138 acres of arroyos and hills, miles of trails, and commanding views of Santa Fe. It is one of the largest parks of its kind in the United States.
All about the Dog Park Project, HERE
Patrick Smith Park
Location: 1010-1098 E Alameda St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Not really a dog park, but 100-percent “dog friendly.”
Pros: A great place to take the dogs on a walk in lush grass. A nice dispenser of complementary poop bags and trash cans. On leash with easy access to the Santa Fe River
About Patrick Smith Park, HERE
Fort Marcy Dog Park
Location: 490 Bishops Lodge Rd, Santa Fe, NM, 87501
Alongside the Fort Marcy Park is a fenced space created specifically for small dogs. They are welcome to play off-leash.
Pros: Large dogs are not allowed at the Fort Marcy Dog Park, which is open daily during daylight hours. An agility training section to train your dog.
More About Fort Marcy Dog Park, HERE
Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park
Location: 100 Caja del Rio Rd, Santa Fe, NM, US, 87507
Very big and a great place to hike.
Pros: the entire park is fenced, so this is a great choice if you want to take your dog off-leash.
For more information about the Human Society Dog Park, HERE