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Dog Areas in Alamo Heights

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Alamo Heights is a city in Texas surrounded by San Antonio. More than 8,000 people call it home, and Alamo Heights has many great qualities your whole family will enjoy. San Antonio is the seventh-largest city in America, and with Alamo Heights being only five miles from its downtown, you're never far from all kinds of amenities and activities. Pet owners love living in Alamo Heights, and the green spaces throughout the city are lovely places to take your dog for a walk on a leash. Alamo Heights even has its own dog park, and San Antonio and other surrounding cities also have several that are only a short drive away.

There are also a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in Alamo Heights. One charming spot your dog can accompany you in is Bird Bakery on the eastern side of town. Bird Bakery makes all of their food fresh every day, and their menu includes items like cookies, cupcakes, pies, sandwiches, quiche, and so much more. There are five dog-friendly outdoor tables at Bird Bakery, so there's no need to leave Fido behind when you head out for a tasty treat! On top of the dog-friendly restaurants in town, you and your pooch will love exploring all of the nearby parks together, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alamo Heights

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    Population Density 2,238/sq mi

    #1 Pearsall

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    The Pearsall Dog Park in southwest San Antonio is just 15 miles from Alamo Heights. This 1.5-acre dog park is part of Pearsall Park, and it is a favorite among locals, and those who are just stopping by fall in love with it, too! Pearsall Dog Park doesn't separate dogs by size, and the park includes agility equipment and fire hydrants. There are also water fountains, waste disposal items, and lots of seating in the park. Pearsall Park is a 505-acre park that also includes splash pads, sports fields, fitness areas, disc golf courses, and plenty of other fun activities. The dog park is open daily from 5 AM to 11 PM, so it's pawfect for early risers and night owls!
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    Population Density 4,645/sq mi

    #2 Churchill Forest

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    Phil Hardberger Park is a 311-acre park in the Churchill Forest community of San Antonio, and it's just seven miles from Alamo Heights! This exceptional park opened in 2010, and it showcases the natural beauty of San Antonio, which you can see for yourself as you explore the trails in the park, utilize the playgrounds and picnic facilities, or visit one of two dog parks located within Hardberger Park! The West Dog Park at Hardberger Park is a 1.8-acre park with big and small dog sections, as well as a two-story dog house. The East Dog Park has big and small dog sections as well as agility equipment. Both parks also provide visitors with drinking water, seating, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 2,789/sq mi

    #3 Uptown

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    McAllister Park is just 15 minutes from Alamo Heights, and it's located in the northeastern San Antonio area known as Uptown. McAllister Park has its own dog park, and it includes big and small dog sections. This spacious dog park is a pawpular place, so your pup will always have friends to play with there. There's plenty of agility and fun structures for brave dogs to climb on, and visitors love how clean and well-maintained McAllister Dog Park is. This 1.5-acre dog park also has water fountains, a walking trail, and plenty of seating. The rest of McAllister Park has playgrounds, sports fields, and hiking and biking trails.
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    Population Density 5,151/sq mi

    #4 Meadow Village

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    Meadow Village is a neighborhood in San Antonio, and it takes just over 20 minutes to get there from Alamo Heights. Just north of this neighborhood sits Tom Slick Park, and in addition to sports fields, playgrounds, and picnic facilities, Tom Slick Park even has two separate dog runs! One of the dog parks is a one-acre space that has big and little dog sections, human and doggy water fountains, and even a shower just for dogs! Solar lights and shade structures are in the works as well. On another side of the park, there's a separate dog run where your pet is also allowed to play off-leash.
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    Population Density 3,516/sq mi

    #5 Olmos Basin

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    The western edge of Alamo Heights is home to the Bark Park of Alamo Heights, and although this dog park hasn't been there long, it's quickly become a beloved spot in the community! The Bark Park is one large space where dogs of all sizes can play with one another. There are two water sources at the park so your pup will never go thirsty for long, and there are also plenty of trees to provide shade on hot days and benches you can sit on while your dog plays. The Bark Park is near the Olmos Basin Trail, which is a great place to walk your dog on a leash in San Antonio.
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