The Katy Dog Park is an admission-free, 14-acre, off-leash dog park that has shade, a large walking trail, water fountains for dogs and people, and dog showers. You and your pooch can enjoy a day of fun – from sun-up to sun-down – and make lots of new friends. Katy Dog Park hosts a variety of pet-friendly celebrations throughout the year, including PAWS in the Park Easter Egg Hunt and HOWL-o-WEEN.
The Grand Lakes Dog Park is a completely fenced-in dog park that is located on Calico Crossing Lane – kind of an ironic name for a dog park, wouldn’t you say? There are areas of sun and shade, so you can decide whether you want to catch some rays or stay cool. A water faucet and water bowl are provided to help keep your dog hydrated in the Texas heat, and a picnic area and walking trail are also located within the park.
Cross Creek Ranch Canine Commons may be a smaller dog park than others, but that doesn’t mean dogs have any less fun while there. Cross Creek Ranch has separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs, so no dog has to feel uncomfortable during play time. A faucet and bowls are provided within the park to ensure the hydration of its furry friends.