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Katie
Reviewed by Casey H. on 10/03/2017

"Katie is awesome! She is always so good to my pup. I scheduled a walk without knowing it was going to rain at that time, and she still came and walked Bailey. She is the best! "

1.31 mi
30m
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Krislynn
Reviewed by Andrew V. on 09/23/2017

"You are amazing, my pup seemed so happy I will ded prioritize you for future walks! "

2.25 mi
60m
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Dog Areas in College Station

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Located on Park Road, Canine Station is a fenced-in, leash-free dog park your dog is sure to love. There’s a separate area specifically for small dogs, and plenty of benches for dog owners to relax on. That’s not the best part, though. Canine Station has a pond so that dogs can cool off on a hot, dry Texas day!

Steeplechase Dog Park is another dog park in College Station that has a water feature for pups, but instead of a pond, Steeplechase has a creek that winds its way throughout the landscape. This dog park is completely fenced in, so your dog can run off-leash safely. Steeplechase is in a wooded location that provides plenty of shade and is nearby a children’s playground.

Dogs can roam off-leash at Lick Creek Park Off Leash Area, but if your dog isn’t trained, you may want to reconsider because this park isn’t fenced in. Lick Creek Park is located on East Rock Prairie Road, has no admission fee, and is open year-round. Don’t dilly dally; grab your dog’s favorite toy, some potty bags, a few snacks and treats, and lots of water, and get some quality bonding time in with your favorite pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in College Station

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    Population Density 103,483/sq mi

    #1 University Park

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    When you’re looking for a great place to let your canine companion run and make new friends, check out Canine Station, also known as University Dog Park, in University Park. This fenced-in dog park features separate areas for small and large dogs. There’s even a pond where your pooch can cool off on a hot day. Not feeling up to playing yourself? There are also benches throughout the park where you can rest while your dog runs and explores. There is plenty of space to run, and the large dog area has agility equipment. When you’re done playing for the day, the park has a dog wash area so you can get your pup sparkling clean before heading home.
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    Population Density 1,049/sq mi

    #2 Steeplechase

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    Located on the southside of College Station, Steeplechase is a quiet neighborhood that is popular among young adults. The area is home to Steeplechase Dog Park, a fenced-in, off-leash dog park. The park is in a scenic, wooded area, and there is a creek for canine adventurers to splash in. There’s also a play area for kids nearby, making this park a great place to take the whole family. If you’re in the mood to take your dog on a walk, strap on a leash and head to the nearby Georgie K. Fitch Park. This park features several nature trails you can explore with your canine companion.
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    Population Density 2,588/sq mi

    #3 Pebble Creek

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    While not a designated dog park, Lick Creek Park is a great place to take your four-legged friend when visiting the Pebble Creek area in College Station. This park encompasses more than 500 acres and offers several miles of trails that are perfect for hiking, nature study and more. Pets are welcome to explore the area off-leash, as long as they stay within your line of site and come when called. The park is not fenced in, but the trails are heavily wooded. This park does not have a water supply for pets, but there are restrooms for their parents.


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    Population Density 6,018/sq mi

    #4 Wolf Pen Creek

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    If you and your dog find yourselves in the Wolf Pen Creek area in College Station, stop by Wolf Pen Creek Park. This park features a popular amphitheater, but there is also a two-mile walking trail where you can take your pup for a stroll. The park also has playground facilities and restrooms for two-legged guests. When you’re finished there, grab a bite to eat at Harvey Washbangers, a local favorite serving up tasty burgers and sandwiches. And of course, dogs are welcome. Need to wash your dog’s favorite clothes? Harvey Washbangers also features a self-service laundromat.
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    Population Density 83,260/sq mi

    #5 Bryan

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    Located just to the north of College Station, the city of Bryan is home to a state-of-the-art dog park you have to check out. The Dog Park at Morris “Buzz” Hamilton Park boasts three separate play areas for dogs of various sizes as well as gravel walking trails. Each play area has a shaded area and a place for pet parents to sit and relax. This park has a small agility set as well as trash cans and clean-up bags. There are also fountains for both people and dogs. Make note, though, that these fountains are turned off during the winter months. The park is open until 10 p.m., and there are lights to help you and your pup see after sundown.
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