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Dog Areas in Cut and Shoot

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Cut and Shoot, TX might just have the most Texan name in history, but this small town has much more to offer than that. Its population has exploded since the mid-seventies, when it only had fifty residents, and it’s easy to see why -- Cut and Shoot has a real small-town, family-friendly feel, and its citizens can press "paws" on the big city grind while remaining close to the bright lights of Houston.

Cut and Shoot got its title during a spirited public argument in the nineteenth century. Several of the townsfolk were quarreling about the size of the proposed church steeple, and either for lack of anything better to do or to avoid being left out, a bunch of neighbors joined in. Finally, a small boy in the crowd had enough, and shouted, "I’m gonna cut around a corner and shoot the bushes in a minute!" The proto-mob laughed, and the name stuck.

There’s no dog park in Cut and Shoot, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! Cut and Shoot City Park is a lovely spot for a leashed walk, and the town is close by some fantastically fur-friendly hiking options. And if your buddy longs to lose the leash, don’t worry -- you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities for off-leash adventure a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cut and Shoot

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,430/sq mi

    #1 Kaspiersky Park

    You’d need to be barking mad not to take your doggo to Kasmiersky Park in Conroe! Located in the quiet, residential neighborhood of the same name, this park is home to Conroe’s very own off-leash area. There’s enough space here for even the most hyperactive of hounds to burn off some excess energy, and bags and water are provided. Unfortunately, though, there’s no separate small dog area, so be mindful of your pup’s temperament. It’s well worth taking a leashed wander through the people side of the park, too, where you’ll find a couple of tree-lined walking trails.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #2 William Goodrich State Forest

    If your pooch likes hiking, a trip to William Goodrich Jones State Forest is sure to leave them one happy hound! This preserve is a pawfect place for you and your buddy to get back to nature, and all the trails are flat, so a day out here is suitable for everyone from the most athletic animals to older furry friends who can’t quite move like they used to. The paths meander through native pines and around a couple of ponds, and you’ll see lots of wildlife along the way. You might want to keep a tight leash on your little tearaway if they’re the type to chase after squirrels!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,137/sq mi

    #3 Alden Bridge


    Make no bones about it, Bear Branch Dog Park in The Woodlands is, paws down, one of the best in the area! Just on the edge of the suburban neighborhood of Alden Bridge, the park has a whole two acres of space for your pup to run around in. Unlike the park in Conroe, there’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pooch can play and socialize no matter their size, and there’s a small kiddie pool for a cool-down after their workout. Bags and toys are provided, so just bring your pup and prepare to play!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,066/sq mi

    #4 Old Town Spring

    If you and your pooch are looking for something different to do, why not head down to Spring and search for spirits? Old Town Spring is supposedly the sixth most haunted place in America, and the furrific three-hour Old Town Spring Ghost Tour will take you through all the spooky stories associated with the place. Be prepared to hear about cats who harbor the souls of the dead (and be glad you’re a dog person), ghost trains, and hallucinating axe murderers. The guides are natural storytellers and will also fill you in on local history, so skeptical or superstitious, you’re sure to learn something of interest!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,514/sq mi

    #5 Sterling Ridge


    The Woodlands' village of Sterling Ridge is home to the fantastic Terramont Dog Park, a real mutts-visit for you and your furry friend! The dog run here isn’t the largest in the area, but there’s still space enough for your doggo to leap about to their heart’s content. Like the Bear Branch Dog Park, there’s a separate area for smaller fur-balls, and bags and water are provided on-site, so all you need to do is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beast)! The rest of the park bears investigating, too -- there are a couple of shaded walking paths, and non-furry family members might appreciate the playground and disc golf course.

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