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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blue Mound

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    Population Density 2,600/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Saginaw

    Saginaw is a small and cozy city in Tarrant County and the closest neighbor to Blue Mound. The city is located in less than 6 minutes away. You and Fido could even tackle the distance on foot -- the trip would take you about 35 minutes. Saginaw features several public parks in the western part of the city, including the Willow Creek Disc Golf Course. But what your pup will like is Willow Creek Park in the southwest part of town. The park is well-known and loved by local four-legged visitors, so your pooch is welcome to socialize and play with others in one of two areas separated by dog size. You will also find some simple agility equipment in the area to keep your buddy in good shape!
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    Population Density 5,600/sq mi

    #2 Basswood Park

    The city of Watauga is set to the east of Blue Mound in Tarrant County. The northern part of the city is a great place for dog owners to spend some quality time with their pooches and enjoy few shopping and dining facilities nearby. Capp Smith Park at 5800 Hightower Drive is a spacious dog-friendly park with a lake set right in the middle! Your pup is provided with 36 acres of pure joy, which include miles of walking trails to have strolls around the lake, simple equipment on the playground and a few picnic areas to share a drink or a sandwich together with your mutt after a good walk.  If you want to spend a day in Watauga, try hitting the road via Western Center Boulevard. The trip will take a little over 15 minutes.
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    Population Density 3,700/sq mi

    #3 Smithfield

    The third largest city in Tarrant County is North Richland Hills, which is set close to I-820 East and near all the attractions for locals and visitors, including eateries and shopping centers. Right across from all these facilities, in the northern part of the city, you will find a beautiful place that’s made just for your special family member. Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park is located at 6720 North-East Loop 820, and provides four-legged visitors with lots of fun all year round! The park features a big off-leash area with a separate spot for small breeds. Your pup will love socializing with others, swimming in the local pond and playing fetch with you in the area. You will find everything you may need: benches, shaded spots, and an express dog wash to clean up your pooch’s paws before heading home.
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    Population Density 3,148/sq mi

    #4 Carter Riverside

    Haltom City, located inside Tarrant County, is an inner suburb of the city of Fort Worth, set 6 miles from its downtown. East Belknap Street is one of the main roads in the area stretching from northwest to southeast, and if you follow it, you will eventually spot a dog-friendly place in the city – Gateway Ball Dog Park at 1701 North Beach Street. This is a beautiful place in southwestern Haltom City to visit with your pup. The park provides an extensive off-leash experience for pooches of all sizes, featuring two separate areas for large and small breeds. Apart from the room to run and play, this park also has water doggie fountains, picnic areas and waste bags for your convenience. The best part? Haltom City is located just 20 minutes from Blue Mound.
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    Population Density 1,800/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Lake Worth

    The city of Lake Worth is located about 9 miles southeast of Blue Mound, which is 15 minutes by car via I-820 West. The city is named after the adjacent Lake Worth, which is a pawpular recreation spot in the area. The downtown region of Lake Worth is full of different attractions, including some spots for your lovely pooch. You will find Keenum-Shelton Dog Park at 2317 Dakota Trail, which is a local dog park featuring two off-leash areas for small and large pooches and simple agility equipment to train dogs and keep them in good shape and a happy mood. The place is very clean and there are usually not very many visitors, so your pup will definitely have some room to run on his own. And, if you’re in the mood for shopping, there is PetSmart Lake Worth store at 6572 Lake Worth Boulevard, which is surrounding by dog-friendly eateries!
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