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Dog Areas in Cleburne

8 Parks
15 Shops
3 Eateries
4 Groomers

Cleburne is a muttropolitan area only 30 miles south of Fort Worth, that acts as a center point for 6 major highways. The town and reservoir that provides the town its water was named after Patrick Cleburne, a Confederate General. The city is known for its compassion towards pups and has some major programs to help its four-legged residents like an official lost pet website, adoption site, and 5 animal hospitals.

A great dog-friendly adventure to take Fido out on is a hike in the Cleburne State Park. The park has a large wooded area that surrounded Cedar Lake, with over 6 miles of forested trails over hilly terrain, a picnic area, fishing pier, and a boat launch. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside the park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags along the way.

The Buddy Stewart Park is a large developed park on the north end of Lake Pat Cleburne. With scenic views of the lake, vibrant open fields, and recreational space, its no wonder this gorgeous park is such a dog-friendly stop for residents. Although pups must remain on a leash, they still have access to features like picnic tables, hiking trails, fishing spots, and 3 miles of paved and dirt trails. Also available are clean-up bags, water fountains, trash bins, and benches.

Whether you need a service provider for your pup, or just looking to go out on a scenic walk, Cleburne is the spot you want to be when going outside with your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleburne

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,844/sq mi

    #1 Old Southwest Cleburne

    The neighborhood of Old Southwest Cleburne is located on the original land that made up the town. Inside the area is one of the city's largest parks, Hulen Park, which is known for its vast open fields, a creek that cuts through the park, and recreational fields. Leashed pups can enjoy most of the features humans can, like the playground, fenced-in baseball field, paved walkways, forested trails, picnic pavilion, enclosed tennis courts, and restrooms. Whether playing in the fenced in areas or in the open space, dogs will have access to water fountains, benches, trash bins, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #2 West Westhill Drive

    West Westhill Drive is a packed residential community named after the major street that cuts through the neighborhood. In the center of the area is Westhill Park, a small but open area that has a paved sidewalk that runs around the park, with some trees for shade, a basketball court, a playground, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. The park is perfect for letting Fido run around and play, although you will have to keep the pup on their leash. After you finish playing, head down to the Texas Royal Pizza to fill up on some delicious pizza and pasta dishes. You can enjoy the lunch and dinner courses on the outside dog-friendly porch, with water for Fido.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,983/sq mi

    #3 Carver Park

    Carver Park is an open neighborhood with old farmlands and intersecting rows of residential homes. Some of the old farmlands belong to Carver Park, a park with the same name as the neighborhood. The park is large, with open space and trees located along the Lockett Branch Creek. Inside the park is .9 miles of paved trails, a fenced-in baseball field, water fountains, a playground, basketball courts, and picnic tables. Whether playing or taking a stroll with your pup, both of you will enjoy the time outside. The John P. Bradshaw Park is another dog-friendly park inside the area, and although smaller, it has a shaded area to run in and basketball courts open to pups and humans. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside this park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 280/sq mi

    #4 Lake Pat

    Lake Pat is an upscale residential community that surrounds the Lake Pat Cleburne. Kirtley Park is the most visited park in the neighborhood, thanks to its lakeshore location on the south side of the lake. The park has a nice open field along the water with gorgeous views of the lake and plenty of space to run around and play, with additional amenities like a playground, picnic tables, and paved walkways. The area welcomes leashed pups, and even has a dog-friendly hotel known as Motel 6 available if you plan on staying. The motel allows up to two pups of any size into a room for a small fee per night.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,889/sq mi

    #5 Keene Center

    Keene Center is a bustling community in the college town of Keene, 5 miles north of Cleburne. The area is visited by Cleburne residents thanks to the great parks in the area, like the Callicott Student Park. The park is a recreational park right along a large pond, with soccer fields, enclosed tennis courts, and a fenced-in baseball field. Extra features for Fido and you include a gazebo, a picnic area, restrooms, a playground, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, and water fountains. There's also a boat launch and a fishing pier to enjoy, but no matter the activity you're doing with your pup, remember to leash them up before coming.
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