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Dog Areas in Bastrop

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Bastrop, Texas is located about thirty miles southeast of Austin, Texas’s capital city. Founded in 1835, the city is famous for having one of the oldest published weekly newspapers. Despite being located so close to the capital, though, Bastrop remains a small town at heart; the quaint city is full of charm and friendly faces of people always willing to lend a hand.

However, if you’re looking for things to do with your four-legged companion, you might need to branch out from Bastrop and head to a larger nearby city. Bastrop does have two dog-friendly restaurants, which are Starbucks and Sonic Drive-In, so if you’re looking to enjoy a nice, sit-down meal with Fido, you’ll want to make the drive to Austin, where you’ll have more options. Bastrop does have two veterinarian clinics, though neither are open twenty-four hours a day for emergencies. Despite this, Bastrop does have some options for dog owners; don’t let the big city lure you away from a nice walk in its smaller neighbor!

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    #1 Central Bastrop

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    The heart of Bastrop is home to the aptly-named Bark Park, which is an off-leash dog park where your canine companion can enjoy some time running around and burning off any excess energy. Bark Park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and both areas have automatic refilling water bowls. There are even kiddie pools in case your dog wants to take a swim or just cool off. There’s plenty of shaded seating for dog parents. You’ll want to remember to bring your own waste disposal bags, though, as none are provided.

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    #2 Bastrop State Park

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    If you and your dog love going for walks, make sure to check out Bastrop State Park! Bastrop State Park has over seven miles of trails waiting to be hiked, and the best part is, your dog can join you! Make sure Fido stays on a leash no longer than six feet; you wouldn’t want him to run into any local wildlife while straying too far ahead. Make sure to bring along plenty of water and waste disposal bags to clean up anything left behind after nature calls. Grab your walking shoes and head to Bastrop State Park!

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    Population Density 3,570/sq mi

    #3 Bouldin

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    Located about thirty minutes outside of Bastrop is Austin’s Bouldin neighborhood, which is home to Auditorium Shores Off-Leash Park. This dog park, located within a larger park, is sure to be a ball of fun for you and your dog. It allows you to meet other dog owners while your dog meets other dogs; it’s a win-win! You’ll want to bring along water and waste disposal bags, as none are provided. Be aware that this dog park isn’t fenced in, and the nearby roads can be quite busy. Always keep an eye on your dog!

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    #4 Downtown

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    If you’re wanting to become more familiar with Austin, head downtown, which is about thirty minutes away from Bastrop. Between March and November, Austin offers guided walking tours, and well-behaved dogs are welcome to join, so long as they’re leashed. If you’re hungry, make sure to swing by Brick Oven and grab a delicious slice of pizza, fresh out of the oven. Fido can join you on the restaurant’s spacious patio, but he’ll need to stay on his leash at all times. Not in the mood for pizza? Head to Murphy’s Deli and grab a delicious sandwich. Bone Appetit! 

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    #5 McKinney Falls State Park - Austin

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    Located about thirty miles west of Bastrop is McKinney Falls State Park, where you and your pooch will find even more fun places to explore! McKinney Falls State Park has over nine miles of trails winding through it, meaning you and Fido certainly won’t run out of options. The trails are marked by level of intensity, so make sure to pick one that’s the best choice for you and your dog. Bring along water and a good pair of walking shoes, along with a leash and waste disposal bags – all are required for a fun time for you and Fido!

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