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Dog Areas in Boyd

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10 Eateries
1 Groomer

Boyd, Texas is right on the Trinity River. It is so beautiful here that it is little wonder why it is such a popular vacation spot. You will find that there are lots of RV parks here because the Trinity River offers many fishing opportunities. The original settlers choose this spot because it was a water source that was needed to raise hogs and fatten them up for sale at the Fort Worth Stock Yard.

James Snodgrass Park is the pawfect place to enjoy an outing with your family, furry members included! You can bring your pup and challenge your friends to a game of volleyball. Or you can rent the park for the afternoon, or you can meet up for a spur-of-the-moment game. Of course, you could just come play on the playground or walk the trails if you want.

If you want a relaxing day, you could come by and check out RT Brooks Baseball Complex. You will find walking trails that wind all around the green space. You can even bring your pup to catch a baseball game. If you bring a lunch, you could even eat at the picnic tables. It is just a great place to walk and enjoy the afternoon.

Boyd doesn't have much else to offer in the way of dog-friendly amenities, but you'll find more just a few minutes away in surrounding cities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boyd

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,653/sq mi

    #1 Gateway Park

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    Fort Woof Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that gives your pet somewhere safe to run and play. While it is a little bit of a drive, about thirty minutes, it does have a lot of amenities. They have running water during most of the year, although  it does get shut off in bad weather. You will find that the cleaning stations are very well-stocked. There are always lots of other fur friends for you to meet and play with. Of course, pet parents aren't forgotten. The seating is in the shade so that you don't get too hot in the Texas sun.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 633/sq mi

    #2 Central Lake Worth

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    Lake Worth is a little over half an hour away, but you should make the trip to see Keenum Shelton Dog Park. It is the only dog park in the area that offers agility equipment for you to train your dog on. You can work one-on-one with your dog and teach your best fur-iend some fancy new tricks in an area that is set apart from other dog areas. You will have water while you are here. There are cleaning stations set up for you to use, too. So come on down and let your dog run and play off of her leash for a while!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 838/sq mi

    #3 Knowles

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    Come on down to Willow Creek Park. It's only twenty minutes away. The dog park is your basic dog park. You can let your dog off of his leash and let him just run and play with other dogs. They have waste disposal stations, but you will need to bring your own poop bags and water bottles. It is a quiet park that offers you an oasis in the middle of a busy city. You can walk your dog on the running trails and leave your stress behind you, at least for a little while. Who doesn't need that from time to time?
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 50/sq mi

    #4 State St

    12
    Tacos! There really doesn't need to be any other reason to drive the twelve miles to Fuzzy's Taco Shop, except there is! You can bring your dog with you to enjoy these little morsels of goodness. These are classic street tacos made with fresh ingredients. You can get a classic taco if you really want to, but everyone should try the specialty tacos at least once. All the outdoor seating is pet-friendly so just grab and leash and water dish so that you can get some authentic Mexican tacos.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 167/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

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    Have you ever tasted a brew and wanted to know what inspired the creator to make it? Then you should come to Rabbit Hole Brewing. The story is simple: these friends wanted to create their brews and then share them. It is only nineteen miles away, which is perfect for your friends to meet you here. Each brew has a story behind it. You can try several or just learn about each one before you take a sip. It is a unique opportunity to tap into the mind of the creators of that brew you know you want to try.
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