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Dog Areas in Del Valle

6 Parks
1 Trail
11 Shops
4 Eateries

Del Valle, Texas became a city as part of the Spanish land grant of 1812. At the time, there were only about fifty families living here. However, by 1907, there were enough families to establish the school that is still standing today. The city itself is alive because of family and tradition. You can feel the importance of family in the number of parks that fill the small town. Of course, this includes their pets as well! You don't have to worry about leaving your pet at home in Del Valle, because there is plenty you can do as long as you have a leash with you.

If you want something for the whole family to do, head on over to Southeast Metropolitan Park. You will find a playground, rock climbing walls, and picnic tables. Your and your fur baby can enjoy a walk or run on the hiking trails and explore the scenic natural areas. 

For a quieter adventure, head on over to Barkley Meadows Park. There are multiple trails that lead through the park and around the pond. It is never very crowded, which makes it the perfect place to escape your busy life and spend some quality time with your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Del Valle

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,570/sq mi

    #1 Red Bud Isle

    You will definitely want to drive your dog the eleven miles to Red Bud Isle in Austin. When you come visit this peninsula, you will want to bring some extra clothes and a towel, because you and Fido are sure to get very wet here! Your pup will exploring the beach and playing in the water. It can be a very muddy experience, but it is so much fun! There isn't any running water, so bring some to drink. There are off-leash areas, but you need to keep a leash on hand for exiting and entering the areas. Your whole family will love playing here! Keep in mind there's a fee to park, so bring some petty cash with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,424/sq mi

    #2 West

    While you're in Austin, you should check out West Austin Dog Park. Only fur babies are allowed in the dog park, but there is a children's park right next door. This dog park has lots for your precious pup to do. The agility equipment is the pawfect place to show off Fido's tricks, or work with him to learn new ones. There is a water hose here so your pup has access to drinking water, but you will want to bring your own dish. This is an off-leash park, but you will need a leash to travel to and from the park from your car. There are no cleaning stations here, but there are trash cans.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,539/sq mi

    #3 Lake Creek Park

    Round Rock Dog Depot is located about thirty miles from Del Valle, but it's well worth the trip because it has everything you and your pooch need to have a pawesome day at the dog park! You will have access to fresh drinking water, and the doggie cleaning stations are regularly emptied and stocked. There is agility equipment for your dog to climb, play, or train on. There are also separate areas here for large and small pooches so the Chihuahuas don't have to ruffhouse with the Labradors. Don't forget to bring your pooch's favorite toy!
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #4 Falcon Pointe

    Pflugerville Bark Park is about twenty-five miles from Del Valle. This is a great little dog park that is fairly new and well taken care of. There is lots of grass for you and your dog to play in here. You'll have access to the necessities, like water and cleaning stations, while you are here. The only downside is that there is no seating for the humans. You can bring your own chair, or play until you get tired. While it isn't one of the biggest dog parks in the area, it's quiet and has a fair few canine visitors for your pup to play with.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #5 Harris Ridge

    Harris Ridge Dog Park is another great park located just twenty-five miles from Del Valle in Pflugerville. There are lots of trees and spots to sit and relax in at this off-leash area. Like most dog parks, this one features two separate areas for the large dogs and small dogs. Water is located outside of the gate, but you will need a dish for your dog to drink out of. Baggies are located at each of the trash cans, so be a good pet parent and use them! This is a great spot for daily socialization, and your pup will be barking to come back!
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