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Dog Areas in Corpus Christi

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Are you ready to waste away again in Barkaritaville? Yes, Barkaritaville Dog Park! This members-only dog park has a variety of membership packages – individual, monthly, and yearly – and is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. Barkaritaville is completely fenced-in, beautifully lighted, and tastefully landscaped; as well as equipped with an agility course, benches, and a water feature. There's an age limit, with dogs required to be at least four months old, completely vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and temperament tested.

Emerald Beach Hotel is a paradise for pets and their owners. Rooms start at $113, and all pets are welcome for a fee of $30 (plus tax) per stay. At Emerald Beach Hotel, you’ll be minutes away from attractions such as the Texas State Aquarium, if that isn't enough the beautiful sandy beach is just a few strides away from the hotel’s back door. Amenities include free high-speed Internet, fitness center, swimming pool, and more.

The Extended Stay Deluxe Corpus Christi is for people who want more than just a hotel. Rooms start at $81, and Fluffy and Fido are more than welcome for a fee of $25 per pet, per night (maximum fee of $150 per pet, per stay). During your stay, you’ll enjoy free local phone calls, free movie channels, dry cleaning/laundry services, swimming pool, and more.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corpus Christi

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    Population Density 100,532/sq mi

    #1 Central City

    If you’re spending the day exploring downtown Corpus Christi with your four-legged companion, check out one of the area’s parks, such as Rose Hill Memorial Park, Ben Gaza Park, or Blucher Park. There is also the Corpus Christie Dog Park in this neighborhood, but locals say it is rather small and has little grass. If you’re feeling hungry, stop by Executive Surf Club. This local favorite has nearly two dozen beers on tap and has a large menu with delicious fare to suit any taste. Dogs are always welcome to join their owners on the restaurant’s outdoor patio. The Tavern on the Bay at Harrison’s Landing is also a great place to enjoy a meal with your pup. Dogs are welcome on the deck, which is the perfect place to catch an incredible sunset.
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    Population Density 8,935/sq mi

    #2 Mustang-Padre Island


    When you want to take your canine companion out for a tail-wagging good time, check out South Padre National Seashore. Dogs are welcome in most areas in the park as long as they are leashed. Make note of the signs in the area to determine the few areas where dogs currently are not allowed. With more than 60 miles of beach and a pet access trail, there is plenty of space for you and your four-legged friend to spend the day exploring. Pet owners are reminded to be mindful of other park guests and to not allow their dogs to chase birds and other wildlife.

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    Population Density 102,072/sq mi

    #3 Southside


    When visiting Corpus Christi’s Southside, check out Pup-A-Palooza. This dog boutique features products from upscale brands like Urban Pup, Oscar Newman, Doggie Design, Frenchie’s Kitchen and more. If your pup is in need of a bath, the boutique also has a self-service dog wash with raised tubs and professional pet dryers. While you’re in the area, check out South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are always welcome to join their parents on the Center’s many trails, sidewalks and pathways. Just make sure to clean up after your dog, and don’t allow him to disturb any plants or wildlife.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,054/sq mi

    #4 Port Arnasas

    Located just across the bay from Corpus Christi, Port Arnasas is a fun destination for pets and their parents alike. Start your day by checking out the Port Arnasas Dog Park, a 29,000 square foot dog park with plenty of grass and shady areas for dogs to enjoy. The park features separate areas for large and small dogs, so even the smallest canine companion can feel safe. When you’re done there, head to Port Arnasas Beach. Dogs are allowed on the beach and in the water via kayaks and boats. When you’re finished, enjoy a meal at one of the area’s many seaside restaurants where dogs are welcome.
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    Population Density 16,618/sq mi

    #5 Portland


    Across the Nueces and Corpus Christie Bays is the town of Portland, home to the Kaiah Dog Park. Residents are thrilled with their pawsome park, which features separate fenced in areas for small dogs under 35 pounds and larger dogs over 35 pounds. There are covered picnic tables and benches for owners to take a break while their pups play, and agility equipment to test your dog’s skill. With on site waste stations, and water fountains for thirsty pups, this is one park you don’t want to miss!

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