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Dog Areas in Aubrey

2 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
3 Groomers

Aubrey, TX was once known for its peanut crop -- a way of life its proud citizens celebrate with an annual festival. Though peanut farming in the area was all but through at the turn of this century, the town has had a resurgence of life in recent years. Many ranchers have been attracted to the area, and the small city has been nicknamed "Horse Country." With a population of just under 3,500, Aubrey may be small, but there’s still room for two veterinary clinics to take good care of your buddy, and emergency services are available in nearby Frisco.

There’s no dog park in Aubrey, but you and your pooch can still sniff out something to do! There are some trails to explore close to Lake Ray Roberts -- the town is home to its own slice of the gorgeous greenbelt. Several pawesome community parks are great for leashed walks. Lesley Park in particular is well worth a visit. For doggy dining, try World Famous MOMs, a furrific local joint that caters to canine customers at their outdoor tables. And don’t forget, the town is well served by roads and highways. You’re only a short drive away from somewhere you can let your furry friend run free!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aubrey

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 214/sq mi

    #1 Pilot Point

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    Located just seven miles from Aubrey, Ray Roberts Lake State Park is a real mutts-visit! Beloved by locals for its campgrounds, this gorgeous park also boasts miles of walking trails. There’s one for every ability, whether you and your pooch are looking for a sedate stroll or some more intense cardio! Most of the trails are well-shaded, so you enjoy your hike without worrying about your fur baby overheating in the summer. If possible, visit in the evening so you can catch a spectacular sunset over the lake. You’ll need to pay seven dollars for parking, though, and remember to bring bags and water!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,553/sq mi

    #2 Stonebrook Crossing

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    Make no bones about it -- your pup will love the Ruff Range Dog Park in Stonebrook Crossing. This Frisco gem has a whopping 2.5 acres of space, ideal for games of catch! Water, bags and toys are provided, so all you need to do is bring your pooch and your enthusiasm. There are plenty of trees for shade, and benches for you to take a rest if you feel like your dog has been walking you! Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you two can chow down at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, an amazing Tex Mex place that welcomes wagging tails outside.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,954/sq mi

    #3 Lakewood Estates

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    The Wiggly Field Dog Park at Lakewood Estates in Denton is seventeen miles from Aubrey, but you’d need to be barking mad not to make the trip! If your pooch likes to swim, they’ll love splashing about in the pond. There’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pup can socialize no matter their size, and bags and water are provided. Just bring some toys for your pooch to play with! As an added bonus, there are several shaded trails running around the enclosed area -- perfect for a leashed walk or a warm-up.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,139/sq mi

    #4 West Aubrey

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    For dog-friendly hiking, look no fur-ther than the Ray Roberts Lake Greenbelt Trail. This pawsitively lush, 21-mile corridor runs from Denton all the way up to the lake. There’s a wide selection of paved and dirt trails available, most of which are well-shaded by trees. Dogs are welcome as long as they stay on leash, but watch out for cyclists and horses! Just remember to bring your own bags to keep the area clean. Water fountains are scarce on the route, so you might want to bring your own from home.
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    Population Density 2,643/sq mi

    #5 Little Elm

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    Dogs aren’t allowed on the beach at Little Elm Park, but you and your pup can still have a good time at this lovely lakeside spot! There are plenty of scenic walking trails with views over the water, and you and your pooch can even catch a movie here on Friday nights during the summer. Little Elm is also home to some grrreat fur-friendly eateries. Tower’s Tap House serves up the best bar food in the area, and has lots of pet-friendly outdoor seating. Or, you two can slake your thirst at Little Elm Crafthouse, where they’ll put out a bowl of water for your buddy.
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