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Dog Areas in Brushy Creek

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The small, laid-back town of Brushy Creek is packed with natural beauty, and boasts several scenic spots from where you can enjoy it. With numerous city parks to explore, as well as walking trails and a highly rated veterinary clinic, this is a town that offers so much for you and your pooch to do together.

The 54 acre Olson Meadows Park is one of the most popular parks in Brushy Creek, and features two spring-fed ponds, as well as a spring-fed stream. In addition to its sports facilities, two playgrounds and paved jogging trail, this park also provides access to the Brushy Creek Regional Trail, which stretches out for 13 miles and passes through several different parks.

The 11 acre Cat Hollow Park is also worth exploring, with its playground, sports facilities and paved walking trail, while the 5.3 acre Fern Bluff Park is home to similar amenities, as well as large trees that provide plenty of shade.

Also in Brushy Creek is the 7.5 acre Shirley McDonald Park, which is also known as the Duck Pond Park due to the large duck pond that lies at the center of it. There are two playgrounds and plenty of picnic tables here, as well as a half mile walking trail.

With so many exciting green areas to explore, your pooch will love all of the tail-wagging walks to be had in Brushy Creek. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brushy Creek

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    Population Density 4,277/sq mi

    #1 Stone Canyon


    Stone Canyon is always popular with pooches, because there are quite a few pawsome parks to be found here. Begin at the two and a half acre Friendly Oaks Park, with its playground, picnic tables and large grassy areas, before heading over to Brightwater Park, which is home to gorgeous landscaping and a granite trail that will take you and Fido around the whole park. The eight acre Cheatham Park is also worth a visit, with its playscape, picnic tables and paved walking trail. Dogs are allowed to use all of these parks, but you will need to keep your pooch on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags and drinking water with you too.

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    Population Density 464/sq mi

    #2 Brushy Creek Rd/ W Parmer Ln


    This neighborhood of Cedar Park is directly adjacent to Brushy Creek, and boasts two large parks that your dog will love. The Brushy Creek Lake Park is the most scenic, thanks to the 38 acre lake that lies at the center of it. In addition to being home to playgrounds, picnic shelters and a one mile nature trail, this park also features a labyrinth, fishing spots and a wildlife observation area. Champion Park is also popular, especially with families, as this park has built-in grills, relaxing picnic pavilions and pawtastic views over Brushy Creek and the surrounding areas. 

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    Population Density 4,826/sq mi

    #3 Vista Oaks


    Just over two miles from Brushy Creek lies the Vista Oak neighborhood in Round Rock, where you will find the one-of-a-kind Dog House Drinkery and Dog Park. There are 2.5 acres in total for Fido to explore here, although the fenced-off, designated off-lead area is about half an acre, with a separate run for smaller dogs. Once you and your pooch are done playing, head on over to the park's bar for a refreshing drink, which welcomes dogs both inside and outside. If your pup still needs more exercise, Vista Oaks also provides access to the 800 acre Southwest Williamson County Regional Park, where you will find numerous sports facilities, a playground, and a nature trail.

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    Population Density 2,841/sq mi

    #4 Sam Bass Corridor


    Less than a five minute drive from Brushy Creek is the Round Rock neighborhood of Sam Bass Corridor, which is home to a couple of pawsome parks. The Chisholm Trail Crossing Park is quite a small park at one and a half acres, but is incredibly scenic due to its creekside location. In addition to the tranquil views, this park also features picnic tables and bronze sculptures of cows that were created by a local artist to commemorate the cattle drives that used to take place in this historic spot. At just under ten acres, Somerset Park is larger, and boasts sports facilities, picnic areas, a playground and a walking trail. 

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    Population Density 4,611/sq mi

    #5 Round Rock West


    Less than two miles from Brushy Creek is Round Rock West in Round Rock, where you and your pup will be able to enjoy some pawtastic walks. The 15 acre Round Rock West Park is one of the most popular in the area, with sports facilities, a playground, picnic tables and a duck pond that will no doubt keep Fido entertained. If your pooch enjoys walking trails, there is a trail just over a mile long at the Round Rock West Greenbelt, as well as a half mile trail at the smaller Creekmont West Park, where you will also find a playground and picnic benches. If you would like to treat your pup to a meal after all of that walking, the dog-friendly Corner Bakery Café is in this neighborhood, with its fresh and hearty breakfasts, lunches and dinners. 

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