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Dog Areas in Canyon Lake

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Canyon Lake is a little town named for one of Texas’ deepest lakes (the average depth is approximately 43 feet). Scenic Comal County contains a large portion of the Guadalupe River, a popular place for tubing, swimming, and fishing. The focus on recreation in the area provides for a great place to live, for both humans and their furry companions.

Four of the city’s parks allow on-leash dogs to visit. The first is the East Port Park, which is also the sit of a boat launch, making it the perfect place to fish off-shore or on a boat. This park is located at the most eastern point in Canyon Lake. Emerald Park also allows dogs, whilst providing scenic views of the East Bay. This park is smaller than the others, but the views make it a must-see.

Harrelson Park has been recently renovated. It is located near the Catfish Cove, so curious dogs who might like to stick their noses in the water will have to be careful! A boating dock, covered pavilions, and picnic tables are featured in this park. Canyon Lake’s last dog-friendly park is the Lions Park, built over thirty-five years ago in 1976. Complete with BBQ pits, this park is a great place to enjoy a family (including Fido!) outing.

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    Population Density 1,146/sq mi

    #1 Town Center

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    Located on the long peninsula of the Guadalupe River in Canyon Lake, Cranes Mill Park in the Town Center neighborhood is a fun place to enjoy the sunset and walk Fido after a day at work. Pups can frolic in the grass near the fishing pier, or fetch a ball out of the water. Families can enjoy fishing at the park. You can even take your favorite pup canoeing or boating. The campsites also allow dogs, but they must be kept under control and are not allowed to be left unattended at the camp. Water and bathrooms are available, as well as picnic areas where you and Fido can enjoy lunch and a cool drink.
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    Population Density 1,740/sq mi

    #2 Sattler and Startzville

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    Situated on a hilltop at the south end of Canyon Dam, Overlook Park in the Sattler and Startzville neighborhood is run by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The scenic park offers a large open space to let your pup run and fetch his ball, or you can spend time walking the trails along the Dam. Restrooms and fresh water are available when you and your pooch need a cool drink. If you are hoping for a picnic lunch with your pooch, bring a blanket and your favorite kibble, as there are no picnic tables in the park.


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    Population Density 3,543/sq mi

    #3 Jacobs Creek

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    Randolph Recreation Park, or JBSA Park, is in the Jacobs Creek neighborhood and is only open to DOD card holders. The day-use areas offer picnic sites where you and your pooch can enjoy lunch, or play a game of frisbee in the large grassy area. If your pup has energy to spare, there are miles of nature trails you can explore and seek out puppy treasures. The park also features a marina where you and your pup can rent a boat and spend the day fishing, or relax on the beach and soak up the sun while dipping your paws in the cool water. A Country Store located in the park also offers cold drinks, snacks, and ice cream when your pooch deserves a treat.
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    Population Density 2,833/sq mi

    #4 Rebecca Creek

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    Located on the South shore of Canyon Lake, Comal Park is in the Rebecca Creek neighborhood, and offers space for you and your to run and play. The park features 65 picnic sites where you and your puppy pals can enjoy a snack and lap up some water.  There is a playground and swim beach area, but dogs are unfortunately not allowed to swim. You will want to keep your pup under control and use a leash when walking near other guests of the park. If you love to take your pooch for a ride in the boat, there are two boat ramps available, just remember to bring life jackets for yourself and Fido.
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    Population Density 460/sq mi

    #5 Mystic Shores

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    Potters Creek Park is situated along the northern shore of Canyon Lake, and offers scenic trails to walk Fido in the Mystic Shores Neighborhood. While meandering along the Guadalupe River, you and your pooch will probably meet other pups and owners to socialize with and exchange sniffs. Wooded areas are surrounded by grassy fields where you can play a game of fetch and enjoy the plants and wildflowers. If your pooch loves to watch you fish, take a break along the river to cast your line and bring home dinner. Your dog might also enjoy a ride in the kayak, or hiking along the trails on a cool afternoon. Picnic tables, bathrooms, and fresh water are just some of the amenities you will enjoy while spending the day with your pup and family.


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