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Dog Walking in Eagle Pass

Eagle Pass is a small Texan town along the Rio Grande River, which serves as a border to Mexico. It was the first American settlement along the Rio Grande and got its name from the contour of the surrounding hills, which resembled the spread of eagle wings. Today, the city is home to many more dogs, and to accommodate the city's four-legged friends, the city has established many dog-friendly parks and is home to 1 animal hospital.

The largest park to bring your pup is the Ft. Duncan Ballfields. The area makes up more than 40 acres of land with softball and baseball fields, most of them fenced-in with nighttime lights overhead. Surrounding the field is open space, with a playground, restrooms, concessions stands, and a soccer field. The park is open to leashed dogs, and even provides water fountains, benches, and picnic tables along a paved walkway.

Chittim Park is another dog-friendly place to bring Fido. The park is home to recreational baseball fields, all fenced-in with nighttime lights and bleachers. Around the fields is open space, with restrooms, water fountains, benches, and picnic tables. Dogs must be on a leash while playing or walking in the open area, but can also play safety in the fenced-in fields as long as no teams are playing.

With multiple green spaces and dog-friendly areas to explore, Eagle Pass will become a great place to live for you and Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eagle Pass

Eagle Pass Center

48
Population Density
2,254 per sq. mi.

Eagle Pass Center

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Eagle Pass Center is the gorgeous downtown area of the city, backed by residential homes and the Rio Grande to the west. Right on the water is Shelby Park, a large park to play in that offers plenty of space, a paved trail along the water, a boat launch, and a fenced-in baseball field. Dogs must be on a leash in the park while they run, play, or walk around, even in the baseball field. San Juan Park is a much shadier park, with trees covering the area. There are paved paths around and throughout the park, connecting to a pavilion, a playground, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. There's even open space to play in, next to shaded sitting areas for relaxing and picnicking.

Loop 431/ N Bibb Ave

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Population Density
5,628 per sq. mi.

Loop 431/ N Bibb Ave

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The Loop 431 and North Bibb Avenue neighborhood is a unique residential area with large open spaces. One of these is Kelso Park, a narrow place with recreational fields, open fields, and a shaded sitting area. There's a paved looping trail, basketball field, and playground to enjoy. The entire park is entirely fenced-in with water fountains and benches, but does requires pups to remain on a leash. More open space is available at the Pasquele DeBona Park, a fenced-in park with a looping trail, a basketball court, soccer fields, benches, and trash bins. Remember to bring water and clean-up bags for your pup.

Morales Circle Colonia

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Population Density
3,752 per sq. mi.

Morales Circle Colonia

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Morales Circle Colonia is a bustling community with large industrial and shopping districts, and surrounded by residential homes. For a lovely day out, head over to the Eagle Pass Lake with your pup. The dog-friendly park is located right on the shore of the lake, and although it doesn't have an official name, its known as the Eagle Pass Lake Park. Inside the park is a wide open area made of grass and sand, with covered picnic tables, restrooms, a pavilion, and a paved walking trail. Additionally, there's a fishing pier, fenced-in baseball fields, benches, and water fountains. The park also connects to the Maverick County Jogging Trail, a 1.3-mile paved trail. The trail is multi-use and is dog-friendly to leashed pups, but you'll need to bring water and clean-up bags.

Edison Road

12
Population Density
4,561 per sq. mi.

Edison Road

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Edison Road is a quaint little residential neighborhood on the south side of the city. The featured park of the area is the Nick Carr Sports Complex, a residential park with additional open space and walking trails. Dogs are welcome at the complex and can walk around the paved looping trail, run around in the open field, or play in the two fenced-in baseball fields and the soccer field. Additionally, there's a pavilion for picnics, a playground, shaded sitting areas, and water fountains available. The park is close to a rural trail without a name, made from dirt and grass that follows the nearby creek. The trail is open to pups, doesn't require them to be on a leash, and extends .7 miles.

E Main St/ Hillcrest Blvd

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Population Density
5,054 per sq. mi.

E Main St/ Hillcrest Blvd

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The East Main Street and Hillcrest Boulevard neighborhood is a suburban neighborhood east of the city's downtown area, with plenty of homes and small businesses. Besides a walkable area with lots of sidewalks and benches, the neighborhood offers the Jando Guedea Park as a place to play and walk with Fido. The park has a nice grassy area to play in, encircled by a paved walkway with large oak trees that line the edges of the park. There are plenty of shaded spaces, a sitting area, and a field to run and play in. Additionally, there's water fountains, benches, trash bins, and a covered playground available to leashed pups.