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Dog Areas in Easton, TX

Easton is a small community with a fascinating story of decline and prosperity. Located at the southeastern end of Gregg County, just next to Sabine River, the city is connected to the former area of Camden, a real ghost town with real ghosts! It’s an amazing place for travelers and adventurers who are not afraid of challenges! For those who prefer civilization, Longview is less than 30 minutes away via FM 349 West. What will you find here? Parks, cafes, restaurants and lots of other attractions, paired with 16 veterinary hospitals.

Longview’s downtown has almost everything you can ask for. Want a shaded park hidden away from civilization with lots of space? Welcome to Teague Park! Quiet and spacious, the area is perfect for a sniffing adventure with leashed Fido around the lake. Love walking? And walking a lot? There are plenty of walking trails around, and the closest one surrounds Guthrie Park and Rotary Park. Guthrie Trail stretches for about 1.25 miles and features a wonderful picnic area! Get your doggie treats ready! You have to prepare for a visit, though. Bring as much drinking water with you as you think you'll need (there’s no place to refill it) and always keep Fido on his leash!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Easton, TX

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    Population Density 2,951/sq mi

    #1 Bill Owners Parkway/ H G Moseley Parkway


    The intersection of Bill Owners Parkway and H G Moseley Parkway form a community in Longview, just north of downtown. The residential quartets, made up of apartment complexes and large single-family homes, was built between 1970 and 1990, which adds a certain modern allure to the area! But neatly organized buildings are not the only thing you may find interesting here. Get your leash on and jump on a walking adventure with Fido along Paul Boorman Trail, which will lead you to a dog park! The trail offers a gorgeous, scenic view and is the pawfect place to escape the city buzz. The dog park you will eventually bump into is one of the best in the area. It’s simple and fenced but has tons of grass and room to play with the pup off-leash.

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    Population Density 310/sq mi

    #2 Greggton


    Greggton is a suburban neighborhood located at the southwestern corner of Longview, TX. Formerly an independent community and a ghost town, Greggton eventually became a part of the city, but has a distinctive architecture in the central commercial area. Just east is Lear Park, a wonderful local attraction for the whole family. This is a great example of a nicely organized city park with a playground for kids and shaded picnic areas. A sniffastic experience is guaranteed if you keep the pup on-leash while exploring the acres of landscape and running around the splash pad. Sadly, canines, even the small ones, are not allowed to play on the splash pad.

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    Population Density 1,897/sq mi

    #3 Teneryville


    As a suburban neighborhood in Longview, Teneryville is made up of medium-sized and small single-family homes with a few small apartment buildings. It’s conveniently close to the shopping area off Gilmer Road and has wonderful recreation spots. Pups of all sizes and temperaments love them! McWorther Park, for example, is perfect if you want to spend some quality time with your furry baby, and walk for a while in the natural environment. But if the paws are ready to walk a lot, head to Julieanna Park! The trail here loops around Julieanna Park, Ward Park, and McWorther Park, offering drinking fountains and a picnic area for visitors.

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    Population Density 827/sq mi

    #4 Marshall City Center


    Marshall’s City Center has a pleasant cultural allure and quiet residential quarters. You will find small apartment buildings and small single-family homes close to the most important arterial streets. Right in the heart of the neighborhood is City Park. This is a family-friendly, simple facility to have a mindful walk or just go outside and play with the kids. Pooches are welcome but should stay on the leash. If your buddy behaves well, feel free to treat him at Central Perks at North Washington Avenue. This is a pleasant coffee shop with outdoor seating and a free bowl of water for four-legged visitors.

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    Population Density 1,374/sq mi

    #5 FM 2813/ Neighbors Rd


    FM 2813/Neighbors Road is a modern suburban neighborhood in the southern part of Tyler, Texas. It's on your way to Noonday. This is one of the most expensive neighborhoods not only in Tyler but in the state! It has a pleasant mixture of high-rise apartment complexes and small single-family houses among different amenities, shops, schools, and cafes. And dog owners win the lottery – you will find Tyler Sunrise Paw Park at the very southern end of the neighborhood. This is a completely free, 4-acre dog park open 24/7 for the comfort of your pup! The place is clean and fenced, with gazebos and shaded spots to sit and relax.

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