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Dog Areas in Bandera Falls

Bandera Falls is an unincorporated community in Bandera County, which is known as “The Cowboy Capital of the World”. This community borders the Medina River, which runs off into the Medina Lake, the largest body of water in southern Texas. The Medina River is a great place to enjoy a picnic or just a quick dip in the water on those dog days of Texan summer. Your pooch will enjoy spending time with you in this peaceful setting. Prepare to see an amazing view of the river, as well as plenty of local wildlife. Make sure your dog doesn’t harass any of the animals here! If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you’ll find a rope swing at one point.

Although this community is home to a natural paradise, it doesn’t have much to offer dogs and their owners in the way of dog-friendly amenities. However, since it’s part of the San Antonio Metropolitan area, it’s close to plenty of pawesome Fido-friendly activities in nearby towns. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a nice long hike, or just want to go on a leisurely stroll at the dog park, you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities for adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bandera Falls

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    Population Density 38/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Bandera Falls

    The Hill Country State Natural Area is the pawfect place for you and your pup to enjoy a day out in nature together. Within this expansive nature park, you’ll find over 40 miles of hiking trails which range from easy to difficult and offer a variety of terrains. This area is undeveloped and is home to lots of local wildlife, so be on the lookout for the critters and creatures that call this space home! Keep your pup on a leash in all areas of the park.
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    Population Density 160/sq mi

    #2 Flatrock Park

    Kerrville is located 25 miles from Bandera Falls, Texas and is home to Flat Rock Park. This park has a spacious, grassy area which welcomes pooches to play off-leash. You’ll also find a stream that runs through the park, which is the pawfect place to make a splash on a hot day. Looking for a quiet walk? Leash up your pup and hit the paved loop trail here. Don’t forget to bring doggie waste bags and water along! Hungry? Kerrville is home to lots of dog-friendly restaurants, including Francisco’s and Rail Cafe.
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    Population Density 102/sq mi

    #3 Ingram

    Looking for something a little different to do with your dog? Head to Ingram, about an hour away from Bandera Falls, to check out Stonehenge II, a replica of what the original Stonehenge might have looked like if some of it hadn’t been toppled by bad weather and erosion. As long as your pup is on their leash, they can accompany you on the grounds of the Hill Country Art Foundation. There is a lot to see here, so be sure to leave yourself plenty of time to explore!
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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #4 South San Antonio


    The sprawling neighborhood of South San Antonio is a bit of a trek at 53 miles away, but the drive is well worth it for Pearsall Dog Park. This off-leash, fenced park has great hours -- from 5 AM to 11 PM -- which make it a great place for a walk no matter what time of day (or night!) you decide to visit. Here, you’ll find two separate areas for large and small dogs, fire hydrants, agility equipment, plenty of shade, and water fountains. Just don’t fur-get the waste bags! (And a leash, too, since South San Antonio has tons more dog-friendly places and spaces!)

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    Population Density 2,821/sq mi

    #5 Churchill Forest

    Just outside the southern border of San Antonio’s Churchill Forest neighborhood is Phil Hardberger Park, which is home to an off-leash dog park! The dog park features two separate areas for small and large pups. Pay close attention to the signs in the park; there are certain areas here where your pup must remain on his leash. Water is available here, but you should bring some waste bags. You’ll also find a rinse station in case your pup’s fur gets a little dirty. For a casual walk, leash up your pup and hit the paved and dirt trails available here.
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