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Dog Areas in Atascocita

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The city of Atascocita, Texas is an unincorporated community located in Harris County. On the eastern side of the city is Lake Houston. Within this beautiful city are several golf resorts, parks and country clubs. There are also many areas where boating and fishing are available for your enjoyment. 

Atascocita, Texas is a great place to be a dog owner, whether you're a resident or a visitor. If you want to grab a bite to eat with your canine pal in Atascocita, head down to Iguana Joe's, a casual Tex-Mex establishment with outdoor seating available for you and your pooch. While you are waiting for your meal, you can sit back and relax with one of their famous margaritas.

Although Atascocita, Texas is considered to be a great place to retire, the community doesn't have a lot of other amenities available for you and your furry friend to enjoy together. You don't need to worry, though; just a short drive away, you'll find several other cities and neighborhoods that have many more activities, such as parks, beaches, hiking trails and a variety of other restaurants for you and your pooch to enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Atascocita

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    Population Density 966/sq mi

    #1 Sonnier Street

    This pawesome neighborhood is located 25 miles from Atascocita, Texas and is home to the Alexander Dueussen Dog Park. This off-leash park is fully fenced so your pal can't escape. There are two separate areas: one is for smaller dogs and the other is for larger breeds. Both areas have soft grass for your pooch to run around on. If you want to enjoy a nice walk with your pooch, leash up your pup and hit the walking trail here. The park also has agility equipment that your canine pal will love romping around on. You'll also find a hose at the entrance in case your furry friend gets muddy so you can wash them off before you leave. Remember to bring some towels with you, and some extra water for those hot days.
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    Population Density 2,888/sq mi

    #2 Washington Ave./Memorial Park

    This Houston neighborhood, located right in the heart of the city about a half-hour away from Atascocita, is home to the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. This natural oasis offers the pawfect refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city. Your pal will love sniffing out some new smells, and you might even get to see some of the wildlife that lives here. The dirt trails here are dog-friendly, and are lined with mutts-needed shade trees. There are a few ponds to see along the way as well; just don't let Fido swim! You will want to make sure you bring along water and bags for doggie waste disposal.
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    Population Density 2,364/sq mi

    #3 Lakeville Dr.


    Just 5 miles from Atascocita, you'll find another pawesome dog park in Kingwood, Texas where your pup can play and make new fur-iends! The AABY Dog Park is an off-leash, fully fenced park which covers about 2 acres of land. Small breeds have their own separate, safe space to play. There is a short walking trail if you and your pooch want to take a stroll. Your furry friend will love strutting his stuff on the agility equipment here! Something to keep in mind is that there is no fee, but the park requires proof of vaccinations before entering the dog park. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. If you want to spend a fun day at a quiet park, look no fur-ther than AABY Dog Park!

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    Population Density 5,865/sq mi

    #4 Fourth Ward

    If you want to visit a dog park that offers breathtaking views of Houston's skyline, you're in the right place! The Buffalo Bayou Dog Park is located inside the larger community park, and is a great place for your canine pal to socialize with other dogs. The dog park is an off-leash area with plenty of room to run around. Shade, picnic tables, and benches are available for the pet parents. There's also a paved walkway where you and your furry friend can take a stroll. Something to keep in mind is that you will want to bring extra water and doggie waste bags for cleaning up after your pup. The park can get crowded at times, especially during events in the park. Your pal is welcome to explore all parts of Buffalo Park with you, as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 5,502/sq mi

    #5 Greenway/Upper Kirby

    The Danny Jackson Bark Dog Park is located about 14 miles from Atascocita, but the short drive into Houston is well worth it! This off-leash, fenced park has more than enough room for your pup to run and romp. The area is divided into two sections for different sized dogs. The park also has ponds, so if your pup likes to swim, he can make a splash here! There are also water fountains for your thirsty pup, along with a fire hydrant that he can play on. You can watch your furry friend play from one of the benches in the shade. Grab a ball and head over for a furrific day at this park!
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