Located in the northeast section of White Settlement, the neighborhood of Raymond-Waynell features a puptacular dog park for Fido to enjoy. Give your special friend some exercise and play time with other four-footed friends at Buzz Fence Dog Park. This facility features separate areas for large and small dogs. Whether your special pal is little or big, you’ll have access to agility equipment to put your canine companion through their paces. Remember to pick up your pup’s waste before you exit the park. Buzz Fence Dog Park is open for public use from 9 AM until dusk every day of the week.
The Ridge/Parkdale neighborhood, in the southwest corner of White Settlement, is a fantastic place for you and Fido to stretch your legs. Bring your special pal over to White Settlement Central Park and walk or jog the trails that loop around the ball fields and through a few wooded areas. Walk along the pond and relax on the lawn with your pooch. For a smaller patch of open space, take your pup to All Saints Field. Remember to keep your canine companion under control of a leash as long as 10 feet and to pick up their waste when you’re in any public areas.
You and Fido will have a pawtastic time visiting Saddle Hills Park in the White Settlement North neighborhood. This facility has some sidewalks and trails for you to walk with your pooch. If you want to explore the open spaces, there are streams and a nice mixture of trees and open fields for you and your furry pal to investigate. Be sure to keep your canine companion on a leash and to clean up any animal waste while in the park. If you’re visiting the area and need a place to stay with your dog, contact the Scottish Inns White Settlement. This pet-friendly hotel accepts any-size pet for a small additional fee.
Just 5 miles north and east of White Settlement, the neighborhood of Ridglea Hills has twice the fun for Fido at North Z Boaz park. This expansive recreation area has over 138 acres of walking trails through fields and past several ponds. Take Fido hiking or for a jog on one of the trails. In most areas of the park, you’ll need to obey city ordinances and keep your pooch on a leash. If you want to treat your canine pal to some off-leash play time with other pups, take advantage of Z Bonz Dog Park on the north end of the park. There is a 7-acre section for large dogs and a 3-acre section for smaller dogs. Both areas are equipped with shelters, agility equipment, watering stations and a dog wash.
Pupcredible times await you and your pup in Lake Worth, just across the bridge and to the north of White Settlement. Visit the lakeshore at Malaga Park and let Fido wade in the water. Take your pooch over to Vinca Circle Park and stroll through the fields and wooded areas while enjoying a view of the lake. Remember to keep your furry friend on a leash while in the parks. When you want your canine pal to have some social time with other dogs, head over to Keenum-Shelton Dog Park. This local off-leash exercise area has separate areas for small and large pups. Each area has a set of agility equipment to challenge your pooch.