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Dog Areas in Cresson

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Cresson is a small, tri-county city in Texas with a population of around 30,000 people. It sits on the corners of Hood, Johnson, and Parker counties, and it's just a short drive from the larger city of Fort Worth, Texas. Cresson experiences classically hot and humid Texan summers with mild winters, which means spending time outdoors is always appealing! Cresson may not have its own off-leash park, but you're never far from a trail or park in another town where your dog can get some exercise.

In under half an hour, you and your pooch can drive to the Fort Worth Branch Trinity Trails System in Fort Worth. At nearly 48 miles long, the Trinity Trails System connects neighborhoods, business districts, parks, and shops throughout Fort Worth. It's part of a nationwide network of former railway lines that have been converted into trails for public use. Different parts of the trail have different surfaces that include asphalt, concrete, and gravel. This trail is a perfect place to get a good walk in with your dog and explore Texas at the same time! Your dog must be on a leash on this trail, but there are paw-lenty of places nearby where your dog can explore off-leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cresson

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    Population Density 2,983/sq mi

    #1 Lake Worth

    Less than a half-hour drive northeast from Cresson gets you to the Keenum-Shelton Dog Park in Lake Worth, Texas, which is part of the Fort Worth area. This park is located in the southern area of town, and it features big and little dog sections so your Chihuahua won't get mixed in with Great Danes! There is some agility equipment in the park, including tunnels, ramps, and tires, where your dog can show off their special skills and get extra stimulation. You'll also find lots of seating in the dog park, as well as drinking water and doggy bags.
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    Population Density 4,063/sq mi

    #2 Ridglea Hills

    One of the best uses for a former golf course is turning it into a dog park, and that's exactly what's been done with the former Z. Boaz Golf Course in western Fort Worth, Texas, which is only a 20-minute drive from Cresson. It's now known as the Z. Bonz Dog Park and it features a seven-acre big dog section and a three-acre section for little dogs. There are two ponds and a lake where dogs are welcome to take a dip and cool off, and the park also features some impressive agility courses. There are 12 waste stations in the park as well as two sheltered areas and drinking water for dogs.
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    Population Density 322/sq mi

    #3 Keeler

    Some dog parks go above and beyond to make sure they're not only a fun place for dogs, but also a safe place. The Pet Paradise Dog Park in Burleson, Texas is one of these places, and it's just a 25-minute drive from Cresson. This private dog park subjects all dogs to temperament testing before they're permitted to enter the park, and you will also need to pay a registration fee as well as a monthly or annual fee. The park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs as well as water stations, waste disposal items, picnic tables, benches, and shaded spots.
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    Population Density 2,269/sq mi

    #4 East White Settlement

    It takes less than half an hour to drive to White Settlement, Texas and the Cherry Lane Dog Park, which is also sometimes referred to as the Buzz Fence Dog Park. This dog park is open every day from dawn to dusk, and it features different enclosures for big and small dogs. There is also agility equipment in the park which is a great way for especially energetic dogs to burn off some steam. You'll also find water stations in the park in addition to waste bags. The shade shelters in the park provide relief from the heat during summer days, and there is seating available as well.
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    Population Density 2,041/sq mi

    #5 Gateway Park

    One of Fort Worth's most pawpular dog parks is called the Fort Woof Dog Park, and it takes around half an hour to drive there from Cresson. The off-leash area is located within Gateway Park, and it's beloved by the locals as well as people and pets who are just passing through. Like most dog parks, this one has separate big and small dog areas. Fort Woof has all of the other amenities that make a dog park great, including an obstacle course, water spigots, waste stations, benches, and shade. You and Fido are welcome to explore outside the dog park as long as your pal is on a leash.
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