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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Edgecliff Village

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    Population Density 2,653/sq mi

    #1 Eastside

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    Nine miles from Edgecliff Village is Fort Woof Dog Park at Gateway Park. This is a good sized, fenced-in dog park. There are two separate areas for dogs of different sizes. You will find that it is well-maintained and even the agility course is top-notch. Water stations and cleaning stations are provided at the park -- all the amenities you’d expect from a furrific dog park. There are also plenty of shaded areas where you can rest and relax while Fido plays. No matter the time of year, Fort Woof Dog Park is sure to be Fido’s new favorite place to play and romp with some new fur-iends.

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    Population Density 813/sq mi

    #2 Central Burleson

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    Looking for a Fido-friendly restaurant to enjoy? You need to head on over to Burleson, just 15 minutes away. The Spice Rack is the pawfect place to share a meal with your best pal. This restaurant offers scumptious Southwest favorites, like wings, taco salad, chili wraps, and pulled pork. Want to channel your inner adventurer and try something different? Go for the grilled gator tacos! They’re a delicacy at the Spice Rack. Your darling dog is allowed to dine with you at the restaurant’s outdoor tables. Just bring a leash and some willpower. You’ll need it when Fido starts begging for a bite of your food!

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    Population Density 2,654/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Haltom City

    24

    Just thirteen miles from Edgecliff Village is Gateway Ball Dog Park. The thing that makes this one stand out from other dog parks is that it has a designated picnic area. You and your family can bring lunch and spend the day just enjoying nature. The dog park is off-leash and is in a fenced-in area. There are cleaning stations and waste bins to ensure that you can leave the park just as you found it. The only real downside is that children can’t play with dogs in the off-leash area unless they’re older than 8 years, so be sure to plan your visit accordingly.

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    Population Density 3,727/sq mi

    #4 Southeast

    12

    This time, let’s take an eighteen miles trip over to Tails N' Trails Dog Park. You will be impressed with how well-kept this dog park really is. There’s lots of wide-open space for Fido to run and romp without his leash. Within the massive fenced in area, there is a wooded area to explore and enjoy. This is a nice feature, as Texas tends to get really hot in the summer. Maintenance can be seen throughout the day taking care of the trash and the lawn. Grab your dog and come out to play!

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    Population Density 5,084/sq mi

    #5 Bear Creek Parkway/E Ash Lane

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    Euless Dog Park, which is part of the larger Villages of Bear Creek Park, is only 24 miles From Edgecliff Village. This double gated, fenced-in dog park is every dog’s dream. Your precious pal will have plenty of things to climb on, jump through, and climb in here. There is lots of space to run and play. The fenced area is separated into two areas based on dog size. When Fido gets tired of playing with his fur friends, put him on his leash and cool down on one of the walking trails in the park. Don’t forget to bring some water and waste bags with you! Nobody likes a litterbug.

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