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Dog Areas in Castroville, TX

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
3 Groomers

Castroville, Texas is one of the most historically rich cities in Texas. The fact that it is located on the Medina River has made it the place to stop since the 1800s. The city is known for its Alsatian architecture. Dog owners love that the city that makes its history known by preserving the trails and homesteads that are original to the city. Even though it is on the smaller side, it still boasts three vet clinics. This shows just how dedicated the residents are to their pets. 

If you want to get a firsthand view of the town's historical significance, you should check out The Poppy House. With original buildings that have been restored and natural wildflowers, the rustic look of the Poppy House is unique to this area. As long as you keep your dog on a leash, you can walk through the homestead and feel as though you are walking back in time. 

For something more grown-up, you could check out the Medina River Winery. They offer walking tours and wine tastings that are authentically Castroville. The beauty of the area and the Medina River are spectacular. The quaint city of Castroville is the pawfect place to enjoy a relaxed day out with your best fur-iend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Castroville, TX

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #1 Castroville

    Castroville Regional Park is the place to take your pup while you are visiting. The 126 acres are not only wooded, but are also right on the Medina River. You can come spend the day and take your pick of the marked trails. There are places to splash in the water, too. You could also spend the weekend camping if you make a reservation. You will need to bring water for day trips, but the camping spots have water. You do have to keep your dog on his leash while you are exploring. You and your whole family, including your pup, will have a blast playing here.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #2 Castroville

    Hillside Bar and Grill welcomes you and your four-legged friend at any of their outdoor tables. They are friendly and accommodating, even providing water for your puppy. Their fare is as authentic as the countryside you will view from their tables. They have Mexican dishes that will have your mouth watering as soon as you step out of the car. Or, if you prefer, grab some classic bar food like a burger and fries. They show you what is possible when you embrace your roots and eat your favorites. Of course, you could grab a brew or mixed drink to sip on too.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,820/sq mi

    #3 Pearsall

    Pearsall Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that provides the perfect environment for you and your pup to come and socialize. The dual fenced-in areas are set up so that you can socialize your dog with other dogs around their size. You will have everything you need while you are here, including water stations and cleaning stations. The benches are placed in shady spots where you can watch your pet play while getting to know other pet owners. This dog park is located about 25 miles from Castroville. Children 12 and under are not allowed to play within the gates.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 34/sq mi

    #4 Hill Country

    Hill Country State Natural Area is a 42-mile drive away. You will notice how quiet it is here as soon as you pull in. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you and your puppy can enjoy the 40 miles of trails. Each trail is marked so that you know where you are going without getting lost. Please remember that you will need to bring water. There are some natural springs in the park, but they are miles apart. Your dog will need to stay on his leash because there are lots of wildlife that call this park home.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 863/sq mi

    #5 Downtown San Antonio

    It is true that you will have to drive almost half an hour into the heart of San Antonio, but it is well worth the unique adventure. Big Bad Ghost Tours is a barkingly spooky time to be had by all. If you bring your pup on a leash, you can listen to the fantastic tales and try to decide if they are real or embellished. All the tours start around sundown and last about an hour. You will see historic sites and hear the history of the city along the way. This is a family-friendly tour that will send chills down your spine.
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