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Dog Areas in Baytown

2 Parks
4 Eateries

The city of Baytown, Texas was originally three separate towns. The citizens started talking about combining the three towns shortly after World War I. The townspeople agreed upon this merge and the new town was officially established in January of 1948.

Today, Baytown is a doggie heaven! There are several restaurants where you and your canine friend can dine in Baytown. Schlotzsky’s is a local favorite, and welcomes you to bring your pooch with you. They serve pasta, wraps, salads and other classic lunch items. There are four dog-friendly tables outside where you and your furry friend can enjoy a meal together.

Baytown is also home to a couple of pawesome dog parks! One of these is the Baytown Bark Park, located on Market Street. This 5-acre park is available to small dogs as well as larger dogs. One acre is dedicated to the smaller breeds, and the other 4 acres are reserved for larger dogs. If you're looking for a quiet, on-leash stroll, there are walking trails for you and your pooch to explore, as well as agility equipment for your furry friend to enjoy. Seating, shade, and water fountains are also provided.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Baytown

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    Population Density 1,301/sq mi

    #1 Bayou Vista Terrace


    This pawesome neighborhood has a friendly dog park for you and your pooch to visit. The W. L. Jenkins Bark Park is a huge park that is fully fenced in. The surface area is mainly grass and there are several trees for shade. The park has a small section for smaller dogs, and the other portion of the park is for larger breeds. A few things to keep in mind: you can't bring a dog younger than 4 months to this park, and your pooch needs to be on a leash when arriving at the park and when leaving. There are water fountains available and waste stations to make cleaning up easier. You can sit on the benches and watch your furry friend enjoy the agility equipment. Another great feature of this park is that there is a path around the outer edge where you and your leashed pooch can take a stroll and enjoy the lovely scenery. 

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    Population Density 966/sq mi

    #2 Sonnier


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located 26 miles from Baytown and is home to the Alexander Dueussen Dog Park. This dog park is an off-leash, fully fenced park with two separate areas: one for smaller breeds and one for larger dogs. The surface area is grassy and there is a paved walkway to walk on with your pup if you want some on-leash exercise. Your furry friend will love romping around on the agility equipment and making new friends here! There are benches to sit on and there are equal amounts of sun and shade. Before leaving the park, you can rinse your dog off at the rinse station if he got down and dirty while playing. Grab your pup's favorite toy and head on out for a fun-filled day!

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    Population Density 2,410/sq mi

    #3 Riviera East


    If you're looking for a great place for your pooch to run off some energy, this neighborhood has just the place for you. The Maxey Park Bark and Run Dog Park is located about 26 miles from Baytown, and your pooch will love it! This off-leash park is completely fenced in, and there are separate areas for smaller dogs that are fenced in too. Your pooch will love running around on the grass and smelling all of the different scents. Seating and shade trees are available for added comfort. Keep in mind that you will need to bring supplies for cleaning up after your canine pal. If your pooch gets too hot, there are also doggy showers where he can cool off.

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    Population Density 1,265/sq mi

    #4 East Houston


    Just 17 miles from Baytown, you'll find another pawesome park in Houston: the Gene Green Beltway 8 Dog Park. This large, off-leash park is totally fenced, and is part of the 250-acre Gene Green Beltway 8 Park. Your pooch will love playing in the grassy and wooded areas at this park. If you have a smaller pooch, don't worry; there's a separate section for them. You can walk with your pooch on the trails, or your pal can make a splash at the pond.  The park provides a drinking fountain, but you will need to bring your own supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. Seating and shade are available for the hot days or if you just need a break. 

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    Population Density 2,050/sq mi

    #5 Nassau Bay


    If you and your pooch are looking for a relaxing afternoon in a quiet park, this neighborhood has the perfect spot. The Nassau Bay Dog Park is located about 26 miles from Baytown, and is a small park for your pup to play in. It has plenty of seating and shade available. There are benches to sit on while your pup explores and makes new friends. Small dogs have their own section to play in. You will need to pack some water and supplies for cleaning up, though. Grab a ball and head out to this quaint park for a pawesome time.

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